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VIDEO: North Island NDP candidate Claire Trevena: “we will remove fish farms”

The NDP candidate later said that is the natural progression of moving fish farms to land

VIDEO: North Island NDP candidate Claire Trevena: “we will remove fish farms”

The NDP candidate later said that is the natural progression of moving fish farms to land

North Island candidates talk issues: Trevena says hydro rates her No. 1 priority

Candidates spent almost three hours answering questions in Port Hardy on Monday night

‘Powerful’ film about homelessness comes to Port Hardy

Filmmaker followed four chronically homeless people for 10 years

North Island candidates talk about health care improvements

Tonight in Port McNeill — all candidates forum at The Gate House Theatre starting at 7 p.m.

EDITORIAL: Do candidates need to be nasty?

About a month before the provincial election of 2013, then-NDP Leader Adrian Dix was confident he was going to be occupying the premier’s chair after the votes were counted.

Young students gather for hoops fest in Port Hardy

About 100 elementary school students from seven area schools participated

UPDATED: Two people dead after logging train incident near Woss

RCMP Island District General Investigation Section is investigating, along with others

Train derails near Woss

Western Forest Products personnel aboard train; details about any injuries not currently available

B.C. chamber president brings message of teamwork and optimism to Port Hardy

Val Litwin was the guest speaker at the Port Hardy Chamber of Commerce AGM Wednesday

Train derails near Woss

Western Forest Products personnel aboard train; details about any injuries not currently available

Quatsino First Nation signs agreement with three forestry companies

A signing ceremony and dinner was held Tuesday night in Quatsino to celebrate the event

Port Hardy may have buyer for seaplane base

The listing had a selling price of $500,0000; district says sale pending

All-candidates forums in Port Hardy April 24, Port McNeill April 25

The chambers of commerce of the two communities are organizing these events

EDITORIAL: This PM is getting free passes

The North Island Gazette suggests the shiny veneer is coming off Justin Trudeau

MP Blaney doesn’t like direction of federal government on environmental issues

The North Island’s rep in Ottawa was commenting on last week’s federal budget

Students help serve meals at Salvation Army in Port Hardy

The Port Hardy Salvation Army served 19,000 hot meals last year

Quality Foods founders step down

Original owners transfer interest in Vancouver Island grocery chain 35 years after opening first store

Recreational halibut fishery expanded — RDMW news

And more news from the Regional District of Mount Waddington board of directors meeting this week