Port Hardy featured in airline’s Soar magazine

The District of Port Hardy has been featured in the April/May 2015 issue of Pacific Coastal Airlines Soar magazine.

The District of Port Hardy has been featured in the April/May 2015 issue of Pacific Coastal Airlines Soar magazine.

The article, penned by writer Alyn Edwards, features the west coast fishery.

The article focuses on Keltic Seafoods, Hardy Buoys Smoked Fish products and Marine Harvest and the impact they have on the local economy and employment. The three fish-processing companies provide full-time employment for 500 Port Hardy residents, with more people employed seasonally.

Value-added businesses provide payrolls in the millions and over $125 million in supplies and services are purchased each year.

Make sure to pick up a copy or read the entire story on line at www.pacificcoastal.com.

 

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