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Health centre update

Port Hardy councillors get an update on Island Health’s proposed Primary Care Centre at last week’s council meeting.
Teachers vote on three-step strike plan

Teachers vote on three-step strike plan

Phase one is restricting work hours and refusing supervision, phase two is rotating strikes in different districts
Massive sockeye salmon run forecast for Fraser River

Massive sockeye salmon run forecast for Fraser River

B.C. fishermen buzzing over projection of up to 72 million salmon expected to return
Good health draws good crowd

Good health draws good crowd

The Mount Waddington Health Network hosted its 2014 health forum last Wednesday at the local Lions Club Hall.
U’mista re-opens potlatch exhibit

U’mista re-opens potlatch exhibit

The Anisalaga Chilkat blanket goes on display in the newly remodelled Potlatch Collection section of the U’mista Cultural Centre.

Johnny murder trial begins

Campbell River Court hears testimony as Port Hardy man goes on trial.
Carbon offset cash to go back to hospitals, colleges

Carbon offset cash to go back to hospitals, colleges

The B.C. government is continuing to remake its unpopular "carbon neutral government" program
Appeal court upholds roadside suspensions

Appeal court upholds roadside suspensions

Steep fines and vehicle seizures within province's rights, Attorney General says it reinforces road safety efforts

Engineers eye NISS heating project

School District 85’s Board of Education had a timely discussion on the planned NISS heating project during last week’s meeting.
Candidate: rural communities key to B.C.

Candidate: rural communities key to B.C.

Dan Brooks came to the North Island Sunday as part of his bid for leadership of the B.C. Conservative Party.