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Christy Clark cancels political staff raises

Christy Clark cancels political staff raises

Premier Christy Clark has rolled back salary increases for political staff in ministry offices, after getting an earful from B.C. voters

Power shutdown coming this weekend

NORTH VANCOUVER ISLAND-All areas from Woss north will go dark overnight Saturday night as BC Hydro upgrades equipment, performs repairs

RCMP completes sexual assualt investigation

An RCMP investigation resulting from an allegation of sexual assault among students at EVES has been completed.

New recycling program may bring changes

A new recycling program implemented across B.C. may affect the North Island.
Premiers Clark, Redford to meet in Kelowna

Premiers Clark, Redford to meet in Kelowna

Oil on agenda as Alberta, B.C. premiers meet to resume discussions after dispute over resource revenues last year

Heritage piece may find new home

Port McNeill Council discusses museum funding, relocation of the steam donkey, Loggers Golf Tournament and more.

Outdoor party leads to arrest

One man is arrested following an assault at an outdoor party near Sayward.
Van Isle 360 arrives on North Island

Van Isle 360 arrives on North Island

TELEGRAPH COVE-Support crews play key role as sailboats prepare to round northern tip of Vancouver Island

Motorists expect delays

Motorists on several North Island roads can expect delays next week for resurfacing.
New faces in bigger B.C. cabinet

New faces in bigger B.C. cabinet

Premier Christy Clark's 19-member team introduced at public ceremony at Canada Place