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Nav Canada assessment could have impact

The District of Port Hardy has thrown their support behind an attempt to overturn an assessment for Nav Canada Airport properties

District working to reduce footprint

The District of Port Hardy is working to reduce its carbon footprint.

Ready to ride the super highway?

The information super highway is in place on the North Island and should be available at your doorstep in April.
Abbott dumped as BC Treaty Commission head

Abbott dumped as BC Treaty Commission head

Approved by the federal government and First Nations for the job, Abbott suspects Premier Christy Clark did him in

NISS gymnasts finish sixth at provincials

Port McNeill’s North Island Secondary School gymnastics team soared to great heights at provincials.
Local government auditor feud intensifies

Local government auditor feud intensifies

AGLG Basia Ruta rejects appointment of former deputy finance minister Chris Trumpy to review her performance
Ferry fare hikes to be capped at 1.9 per cent

Ferry fare hikes to be capped at 1.9 per cent

Route reductions, cheaper fuel and more tourists expected to hold fare hikes to around inflation until 2020
No more cuts to BC Ferries routes, subsidy

No more cuts to BC Ferries routes, subsidy

Subsidy was increased to $180 million a year when route cutting began, Ottawa asked to pitch in more
Bridges, blacktop in B.C. transportation plan

Bridges, blacktop in B.C. transportation plan

10-year program includes trucking strategy and provincial cost sharing for community airports and bike lanes
B.C. minimum wage to be tied to inflation

B.C. minimum wage to be tied to inflation

Hourly rate goes up 20 cents in September, to be increased annually based on consumer price index for province