Aleister Gwynne

Port Hardy man convicted for public disturbances

A Port Hardy man was sentenced to 60 days behind bars for several criminal charges

The North Island Employment Foundations Society is one resource for youth looking for work.

N.I. Jobs wanted

North Island youth say they continue to be frustrated by lack of opportunity and are forced to look elsewhere for gainful employment.

The North Island Employment Foundations Society is one resource for youth looking for work.
Stan Beech, business agent for USW Local 1-1937

Union falls short at local processors

Despite the failure of an all-out, three-month effort to unionize two local seafood businesses, the fight’s not over,

Stan Beech, business agent for USW Local 1-1937
RCMP officers remove the body of a bear they said they were forced to shoot last week in Port Hardy.                        Photo courtesy Nancy Wilson

Wandering bear shot dead

Port Hardy RCMP officers said they were forced to shoot and kill a bear that entered the town and posed an imminent risk

RCMP officers remove the body of a bear they said they were forced to shoot last week in Port Hardy.                        Photo courtesy Nancy Wilson

But will it work on the North Island?

Buying alternative fuel cars is not only good for the environment, but cheap too.

Confab to battle poverty

The number of homeless people on the North Island has been increasing rapidly and a meeting is being ... to find out why

Gary Wells, of The Source, said money he must spend to repair damage done by vandals is money that won’t go back into the community.

Vandals on the loose

It seems punks were busy wrecking a community garden.

Gary Wells, of The Source, said money he must spend to repair damage done by vandals is money that won’t go back into the community.
The Gazette’s production guru, Marlene Parkin, peers through a stack of Gazette Hamper Fund buckets which will grace the countertops of businesses and other offices on the North Island beginning this week.

Gazette hamper fund kicks off this week

November is here, and apart from Remembrance Day and the post-Halloween candy hangover, it’s time to get ready for Christmas.

The Gazette’s production guru, Marlene Parkin, peers through a stack of Gazette Hamper Fund buckets which will grace the countertops of businesses and other offices on the North Island beginning this week.
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