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The federal government's plan for legalizing marijuana has rubbed a local man the wrong way.
Icy roads cause single-vehicle motor vehicle accident near Cluxewe.
Nov. 1 people in need will have access to more places to spend the night in Port Hardy
A young North Islander is doing her part to rid the world of cancer.
The inaugural year of seasonal moorage at Bear Cove Marina has been deemed a success.
Results of test drilling done by Northisle Copper and Gold inc. have proven better than hoped.
The Marine Education Research Society hopes investigation into second humpback whale entanglement leads to reduced risk to whales.
Port Hardy Councillor Rick Marcotte thinks there should be a system in place where both wind and hydro-electric power can be redirected.
A BC Ferries meeting in Port McNeill was attended by only three people.
During the power outage on Nov. 7 that left the North Island in the dark for 12 hours, SD85 opened in the morning as usual.
Port Hardy RCMP shut down Granville street on Nov. 15 for a period of time due to an incident of domestic violence.
Regional District of Mount Waddington will be pursing a $500,000 grant.
New environmental response team and equipment good news for North Island.
Road closures happened all over the North Island during storm.
A show of power will take Nov. 12 at the CFI gym on Mine Road in Port McNeill.
North Vancouver Island Aboriginal Training Society will be opening an office in Port Hardy.
Former Conservation Officer Bryce Casavant's fight with government appears to be over.
RCMP Staff Sgt. Wes Olsen moved to Port Hardy from Lake Cowichan on Sept. 17.
The Village of Alert Bay council is looking into grants and other opportunities for a Glice ice rink.
Port Hardy Mayor Hank Bood raised the issue of weighted voting at the Board of Directors meeting Oct. 18.