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Port McNeill an Port Hardy mayors vow steady as she goes
Port McNeill Mayor Gerry Furney maintained he’s so confident of a Nov. 19 win, he’s already campaigning for the 2014 municipal election
Shelley Downey could go down in the history books as the candidate who took out one of Canada’s longest serving mayors.
Several well-known North Islanders gathered to chart a course for economic wellness in increasingly tough times
It’s been nearly a decade since Russ Hellberg retired as Port Hardy’s mayor, but he’s in the race again
A Bella Bella company was fined $2500 for failure to comply with WorkSafeBC regulations.
Bev Parnham feels she’s done so well during her first term as Port Hardy’s mayor, she wants to take another run at the town’s top job.
The Tri-port communities are rallying around a North Island woman who’s facing a tough battle with cancer
Georgia Murray said she was “thrown under the bus” which resulted in her and her band being booted from a popular reality show.
Who must remove barrels of solvent discovered hidden in the bush
There will be two contested mayor's chairs in the upcoming election — one in Port Hardy and the other in Port McNeill
A “disappointing” number of people showed for a recent town hall-style meeting to discuss emergency preparedness, but organizers say at least it’s a beginning.
A program meant to save lives in Port McNeill was such a success, Coast Guard Auxiliary organizers are looking to expand the project to other seaside communities.
PORT HARDY—Joe Greif is not a violent man, but the 82-year-old said he wouldn’t mind just a few moments alone with the person responsible for desecrating a bench dedicated to his dead wife.
While the North Island’s NDP MLA said the recent throne speech by Premier Christy Clark lacked “substance,” Claire Trevena saved her harshest criticism for Clark’s recently announced job plan
Family and friends of a missing G’usgimukw woman say they’re frantic to hear from the woman who disappeared from her North Vancouver home in May, in a case now under investigation as a serious crime.
Another high-profile member of the Port Alice community has decided to move south for greener pastures.
While the North Island community and its leaders struggle to keep our hospitals open, there’s another emerging problem on the health horizon — a shortage of qualified ambulance personnel.
Maggie Sedgemore was one of just a handfull of people who participated in Sunday’s Terry Fox run, which raised only $520.
New Orleans is sinkin’, man — but even worse, it seems a couple of holes at the Seven Hills Golf and Country Club are doing the same thing.