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75 per cent of those surveyed were in favour of financial compensation for the fire department.
"I think we did our job in helping the curling club have a facility that is no longer leaking."
The Chiefs defeated the Eagles at the Doug Bondue Arena in Port Alice.
The North Island Midget Eagles lost 5-2 to the Tier 3 Campbell River Tyees.
Approximately 20 firefighters responded to the incident.
Tri-Port Midget Wild forward Mackenzie Murgatroyd scores natural hat trick, leads team to victory.
"Coach Mike Bell has been focusing on the girls passing and shooting, and it has been paying off."
"My hope is that our community works together on this problem as one."
"All the players have made huge improvements this season."
The Eagles final game of the season is a rematch against the Comox Valley Chiefs in Port Alice.
"It should be a fun day for all, and a great opportunity to make new friends."
Casavant produced the technical report while in a doctoral program with Royal Roads University.
In May of each municipal election year, an independent committee is formed to review council pay.
The North Island Gazette published incorrect information on the front page of the Dec. 20 edition.
The Eagles next home game is Feb. 17 at the Don Cruickshank Memorial Arena.
Handley had nothing but praise for how team captain Klein-Beekman took over the game.
The Wild had a quiet start to their season, going 1-2-1 before suddenly coming alive.
The North Island Atom Eagles went to battle with the Victoria Racquet Club B1 team at the Doug Bondue Arena in Port Alice on Saturday, ultimately falling 5-1 in a game that was a lot closer than the final score indicates.
There was a Bantam house league tournament held all weekend at the Chilton Regional Arena in Port McNeill.
"A successful program depends on community engagement and support."