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Pacific Coastal reinstates cancelled flights

Company listened to North Island concerns

Coastal makes cuts: airline reduces Port Hardy service

Pacific Coastal cancells some Port Hardy flights

Tex Electric named finalist for Vancouver Island Business Excellence Awards

“It shows we are constantly putting in effort every day.”

Esquimalt Drydock awarded millions in contracts for North Island ferry upgrade

BC Ferries vessel Northern Sea Wolf arrives this week from Athens, Greece

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Concert Society brings back favourites

Vivace is a combination of four pop and classical singers

New boxing gym comes to Port Hardy

Pound4Pound Boxing gym opened in Trustee Mall

Mount Cain, the North Island’s best kept secret

“Mount Cain sucks, tell your friends!”

B.C. minister warned salmon farm not to restock

Letter to Marine Harvest not a threat, Lana Popham says

Canada’s Supreme Court to hear from small B.C. wineries

Okanagan wineries granted intervener status in monumental case

Whale watching Captain receives tourism award

Port Hardy will also host the awards gala in 2018

Empowering women with martial arts

Raincoast Martial Arts is encouraging women to give Aikido a try.

Finalists announced for 2017 Torch Awards on Vancouver Island

These awards handed out by the Better Business Bureau honour companies that demonstrate ethics and integrity.

Wicked Salmon Shines a light on the North Island

“We heavily promote Port Hardy because that’s where we are.”

The Shed moves to a new location in downtown Port McNeill

The bike shop has been a Port McNeill staple for around a decade.

Non-profit gallery shows local art

“we want people to know they can participate too.”

North Island local Kim Kufaas photographs worldwide for a living

Kufaas’ style of photography is “capturing people enjoying their life.”

Vancouver pop-up showcases the North Island

Cafe Guido & Co. brought island vendors to the mainland.