DAVE MAZUCCHI PHOTO / AYSHA BOYNE PHOTO Left photo, Mark Hutchison and Annie Danko with the Mount Cain Cup. Right photo, Greg Muirhead on the course.

Mount Cain Cup 2018 results

All three Cain Cup winners were from Port Hardy this year.

North Island residents dominated the Mount Cain Cup on Feb. 27, claiming the top three spots in the men’s division.

All three winners were from Port Hardy, and the three were separated by a mere 4 tenths of a second after two combined times.

Mark Hutchinson was first overall and the 2018 King of the Cain Cup. Christian Tutors was second and Chris Lindsay was third.

The Queen of the Cain Cup this year, for the third time in a row, was Annie Danko. For more information on Mount Cain and the upcoming events please visit www.mountcain.com.

– Gazette staff

Just Posted

Port Hardy RCMP’s 2017 year-end crime statistics

“We ended 2017 with 4140 files opened, versus 4042 files opened from the year before”

Foot found near Victoria belonged to missing Washington man

No foul play suspected in death of Stanley Okumoto, 79

Greyhound cleared to end routes in northern B.C., Vancouver Island

Company says nine routes have dropped 30% in ridership in last five years

B.C. BUDGET: Fare freeze, free travel for seniors on BC Ferries

A complete fare freeze will be put into place on major routes, and fares will be rolled back on smaller routes by 15 per cent

BC BUDGET: New spaces a step to universal child care

Fees reduced for licensed daycare operators

VIDEO: Top 10 B.C. budget highlights

The NDP is focusing on childcare, affordable housing and speeding up the elimination of MSP premiums

How to keep local news visible in your Facebook feed

Facebook has changed the news feed to emphasize personal connections. You might see less news.

Two Haida men detained for crossing U.S.-Canada border

Edenshaw and Frisby travelled from Alaska to Prince Rupert for the All Native Basketball Tournament

Alberta takes out full-page ads in B.C. over strained relationship

It’s the latest move between the two provinces over progress on Trans Mountain pipeline expansion

Vancouver Island job market ever-evolving

Various sectors driving employment in region will be represented at Black Press career fair in Comox Feb. 8

B.C. teacher suspended over allegedly using N-word in worksheets

Trafalgar Elementary teacher under investigation by Vancouver School Board

Toddler swept away in Ontario floods

Toddler missing as flooding forces thousands from their homes in Ontario

Inside the Olympic performance of the Island’s Teal Harle

Islander finishes fifth in Olympic Men’s Slopestyle final in Pyeong Chang

BC BUDGET: New money helps seniors’ care shortage

Job stability for care aides key to recruitment, union leader says

Most Read