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School District 85 schools reopened June 1 for students who want to come in person
VIRL will offer the service on a branch-by-branch basis
Hunger doesn’t take the weekend — or a pandemic — off
Washrooms, showers and all other amenities will remain closed for now
Direct between Bella Bella and Vancouver not resuming at this time
Waivin’ Flags Taxi wants to operate Route 5 between Cambpell River and Port Hardy
The cost for the weekly garbage pick up service is an additional $30.12 annually.
Cancelling bus service between Campbell River and Port Hardy will compromise health access, region warns
Mount Waddington Health Network says transportation primary factor for rural health access
Parksville Qualicum Beach News editor JR Rardon dies at age 61
A massive fire burnt down the old building in April
The average home in Port McNeill is valued at $224,000.
Kwakiutl First Nation cautiously eases restrictions around COVID-19; Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw to remain locked down for now
Both First Nations near Port Hardy have no COVID-19 cases, and are prioritizing community safety
‘We are pleased to confirm that we will be resuming scheduled service on June 1, 2020’
MP Rachel Blaney feels low-income boost for seniors falls short, but is pleased with the support for commercial fishers
‘Seniors in our communities have been asking for help with additional costs due to COVID-19’
Western Forest Products fined $73K for high-risk violations causing a 2015 fatal accident near Port McNeill
WorkSafeBC levied the fine nearly five years after the incident that killed a north island resident.
‘Without hesitation, firefighters immediately began extrication work’
School will use combination of digital and in-person strategies to offer courses
This time of year bears should be eating grass. Make sure they’re not eating your garbage instead.
The fire appeared to have originated in the post office recycling bin.
Port Hardy RCMP find over $20,000 in cash and evidence of drug trafficking after responding to impaired driver complaint
‘Frontline RCMP members located the vehicle driving and initiated a traffic stop’