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RDMW frustrated over WFP response to logging trucks on the highway

“The only way you are going to have our trust back is if you sit with us all at the table.”

Working group discusses public intoxication problem in Port Hardy

The aim is to “set up a framework to make the community a safer place.”

Port Hardy RCMP’s 2017 year-end crime statistics

“We ended 2017 with 4140 files opened, versus 4042 files opened from the year before”

Snow in the forecast for Vancouver Island

Environment Canada is calling for up to four centimetres of snow to fall Wednesday

Port Alice waves rental fees for Adult Day Program

The program aims to improve health services for seniors and caregivers

The Wounded Warrior Run makes it to Woss

Feb. 20 marks the Woss to Sayward leg of the run

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Stormy weather at Storey's Beach
Winter photo gallery
Winter photo gallery
Orcas near Sechelt, B.C.

Better At Home needs Volunteers this spirng

The Side-by-Side with seniors program aims to help seniors tackle yard work

Wounded Warrior Run stops in Port McNeill

For Jacqueline Zweng, the Wounded Warrior Run is a personal matter.

Wounded Warrior Run 2018 leaves Port Hardy

The Wounded Warrior Run is a relay run where a group of runners cover Vancouver Island in seven days

District of Port Hardy receives ESS grant funding

District gets $23,361.88 grant fund for its Emergency Social Services Program Enhancement project.

Before and After: Quatse River Dumpsite Cleanup

The area looks spotless thanks to volunteers who cleaned up the site

Future of Port Alice debated at town hall

Candidates tackled tough questions about Neucel and tourism

Toyota Expedition 3.0 ready to hit the North Island backroads

‘The 3.0 is because this is the third time we are doing this’

Gwa’sala-‘nakwaxda’xw hosts Murdered and Missing Women’s Memorial March

The Feb. 14 march took place from Tsulquate Bridge to Wakas Hall

The Sointula Art Shed draws artists to the North Island

Current Artist-in-Residence Emma Rush performed a concert at the Athletic Hall

Proud parents cheer on Island-raised athletes at Winter Olympics

Parents remember their kids as young athletes before the Olympics

Province gives FNHA $20 million to combat overdose emergency

The funding will support community-driven solitions

Port McNeill housing start ups show population growth

“2017 was a very good year for New Housing compared to the previous two years.”

New Woss forestry program holds information session

Information was given to prospective students about the program