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Port Hardy council to nominate Glynn for the Order of British Columbia

Glynn's nomination was endorsed unanimously by council.

Council discusses Highland Manor sale

Port Hardy council debates what approach to take to Highland Manor after sale.

Speed and alcohol believed to be the cause of Saturday night car crash

More information on the crash could potentially be released at a later date.

‘Namgis First Nation partners with the Province of B.C.

The next step in the Gwa'ni Project will be community and stakeholder consultation in spring 2021.

Civic Centre needs 10 grand to be fully operational during a power outage

Staff "will be creative in where they get the money to pay for this and they'll let us know."

Mount Cain to start construction on new lodge once season ends

The North Island ski hill has been awarded $874,000 to build a brand new lodge.

Port McNeill friends win over 55 grand

Wigman and Cote purchased the ticket from the Port McNeill Petro Canada on Mine Road.

Quatse Estuary Trail renovations nearing completion

Port Hardy Bulldozing and Onsite Engineering have contracts on the project.

Mount Cain gets grant funding to construct new day lodge

The North Island ski hill has been awarded $874,000.

Quiet year for crime in Port Alice

In total, there were 238 files opened for the entire year.

Departing doctor cuts Port McNeill staffing in half, raises questions about clinic’s future

What does the future hold for healthcare in Port McNeill?

Crime stats: Port Hardy sees decrease in RCMP files opened in 2020

"We're still as busy as we were"

Mysterious package sent to Port Hardy family

"We don't know if its drugs or bath powder or what it is — The substance is being tested"

Salmon farming exec says feds left the North Island on the hook with no safety net

"Quite possibly the most impactful, careless, reckless, thoughtless, decision that I have ever seen"

False fire call made by child in Port McNeill

'No signs of fire were found in our search so we believe it was a prank call'

Major crime unit investigating homicide in Sayward

A Sayward man was initially taken into custody and has been released as the investigation continues.

Port Hardy minor hockey holds safety week to help teach youth about their gear

Gear checks can be a component of game or tournament play in the older divisions.

North Island-Powell River MP wants dental care to be covered for everyone

North Island-Powell River MP Rachel Blaney is speaking out on dental care.

North Island Lanes bowling alley reopens for business

COVID-19 has caused some issues for North Island Lanes, but the bowling alley has reopened.

Port McNeill mayor talks two years in office, ready to lay down concrete plans in 2021

Wickstrom believes the Official Community Plan will lead to big things for the town's future.