Local News

Historic Hornsby Crawler housing at hand

Construction for Hornsby Crawler structure approved by RDMW

Port McNeill Kids in Motion granted swimming funds from the town

Kids in Motion were granted $300 from the town to help cover costs for using the pool this summer.

Seven Hills seeks funding for power poles

Golf and Country Club requests $40,000 advance from RDMW

Long receives Highest Academic Achievement Award

RDMW staffer commended for his achievements in Local Government Administration Program

Woss to get a new library

VIRL is planning on building a 1,400 sq.ft prefabricated facility

Campfire ban coming into effect across West Coast

The Coastal Fire Centre says bans will begin on Wednesday

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A-Frame Bookstore Garden Party
James Reginald Hayward memorial bench unveiled in Port Hardy
North Island College 2018 Graduation Ceremony
BC's Mobile Medical Unit visits Port Hardy Hospital

Mount Waddington Transit System celebrates 10th birthday

Mount Waddington buses to participate in summer festivals

Island wide crime spree leads to multiple charges against Cowichan Valley resident

Social Media and citizens of the North Island played a big role in solving the case.

Port Hardy council stands with Marine Harvest

Mayor and council went out on the water to experience local aquaculture firsthand.

Heat warning issued for Vancouver Island

Temperatures expected to cool down later this week

Living with obsessive compulsive disorder

The Big Read: Vancouver Island mom calls for more mental health services as son battles OCD

Port Alice considers taking back Link River

Village debates not renewing agreement with RDMW

Bomb threat closes North Island College campuses

Bomb threat called into college’s phone lines

  • Jul 12th, 2018

Vehicle smashes Supreme Convenience window

After speaking to the driver, the RCMP entered into an impaired driving investigation.

Bomb threat closes North Island College campuses

“Out of an abundance of caution, all campuses are being evacuated.”

Island moves four to five millimetres away from mainland

Southern Vancouver Island shifts due to tiny tremors

New Filipino grocery store opens in Port Hardy

FilCan Filipino-Asian Variety Store celebrates grand opening at the North Island Mall

First Fundamentals of Forestry Students Graduate

Woss celebrates the successful first year of the new forestry program

Trevena tackles tough topics at Q&A

MLA Claire Trevena attended a Q&A session hosted by Community Futures

Report reveals widespread violations by fish processing facilities

Most effluent-discharging plants in the province “out of compliance with their permit”