Tri-Port gets money

Tri-Port communities have a few more dollars in their coffers

Local municipalities have a few more dollars in their coffers. The board of directors for the North Island

Community Forest Limited Partnership issued dividend payments for $35,740.81 to all three shareholders (Port

Alice, Port Hardy, and Port McNeill). “It was nice to get a little bit of money,” said Town of Port McNeill Mayor,

Shirley Ackland, at the Jan. 18 Town Council meeting.At the regular meeting of District of Port Hardy council

Jan. 26, Mayor Hank Bood explained there is a provision in place that “anything over $300,000 needs to be

dispersed at the end of the year.”The District of Port Hardy, Town of Port McNeill and Village of Port Alice hold

a legal licence to manage and operate their own forest. The annual allowable cut for the North Island

Community Forest is approximately 10,000 cubic meters. The tenure is located within the vicinity of Alice Lake,

Marble River and Quatse Lake.

Just Posted

Community support keeps girls hockey alive on the North Island

“A successful program depends on community engagement and support.”

Proposed public art installation sparks debate in Victoria

$250,000 sculpture compliments an interactive sound element of First Nations drumming and singing

#MeToo at work: Employers play a role in fixing culture of harassment

B.C. workplaces are getting ahead of being the next MeToo debacle, calling on experts to train staff

Wilson recognized by Port Hardy Council for commitment to thrift store

Marg is a true leader for Port Hardy’s auxiliary and her nominators feel she is unstoppable.”

#MeToo at work: How reporting sexual harassment works – and how it doesn’t

British Columbians have four options to report harassment or assault, but none of them are easy

REPLAY: B.C. this week in video

In case you missed it, here’s a look at replay-worthy highlights from across the province this week

Family suspends search for missing Alberta couple, plane near Revelstoke

Due to bad weather, families of missing Albertan couple say they will resume in the spring

Canadian grocers make $3M per year from penny-rounding: UBC study

Ottawa announced plans in 2012 to phase out the copper coin

Sagmoen neighbours recall alleged hammer attack

Woman was screaming outside Maple Ridge townhouse in 2013

B.C. anti-hate campaigner finds Google search on his efforts redirects to porn

Text from online news article about Cran Campbell being used to link to suspect websites

‘The Last Jedi’ opens with $220M, 2nd best weekend all-time

As anticipated, the movie fell shy of the opening weekend for J.J. Abrams’ 2015 franchise reboot

2 couples tie the knot in Australia’s 1st same-sex weddings

West Australian couple Anne Sedgwick, Lyn Hawkins have been together for 40 years

INTERACTIVE MAP: Follow the 2017 Tour de Rock

Follow the Tour de Rock, as they pedal more than 1,000 kilometres fundraising to combat paediatric cancer

Most Read