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Scary secrets: counting down 10 ‘hidden gem’ horror movies to watch on Halloween

Quite a few of these are terrifying films that will scare the living daylights out of you

Image by Sammy-Williams from Pixabay

After over a month of boiling water, Port McNeill can finally drink out of a tap again

Island Health officially lifted the boil water advisory on Sept. 22

First Nation, forest company to work together on North Island forest plan

First Nation and WFP announce collaborative forest management planning process for TFL37

Month-long boil water advisory finally over in Port McNeill

Island Health officially lifted Aug. 11 order over E. Coli concerns on Sept. 22

Port McNeill mayor re-elected as a Director at Large for UBCM

'I get to bring North Island and rural, remote issues to the executive table'

Breaking the cycle: An Indigenous woman’s search for ‘Sanala’

Intergenerational residential schools trauma shared for the 'Sacred and Strong' report

Sointula students back in the classroom after mask exemption dispute

New teacher in place, maskless teacher takes temporary position elsewhere with district

1 person dead following two-vehicle crash at Hyde Creek turnoff

The other person involved in the crash was checked out and had no known injuries

Parents nearly empty Sointula school of kids over teacher’s mask exemption

Majority of students are not attending class

Port McNeill council approves purchase of new pumper truck

Fort Garry's bid came in at $22,832 below budget

Young cougar euthanized in Port Alice after killing small dog

Multiple reports led conservation officers to conclude the animal was not just passing through

Confirmed case of COVID-19 in Alert Bay

The household is currently isolating under doctor's orders

Port Hardy Fire Rescue hoses down structure fire in Fort Rupert

Four trucks and 14 fire fighters were on scene for the call.

Copper & Kelp Market aiming to open by the fall

'Building this business during the Covid-19 pandemic has given us the opportunity to refocus'

Conservative candidate wants a government that cares about economy and resource sector

'Canada deserves better than what we have been seeing from our current federal government'

Port McNeill council votes to send pumper #3 to the mainland to help fight wildfires

Coun. Baron made the motion for pumper #3 to be made available for firefighting on the mainland

MLA says skills training will help people in the North Island get back to work

'People on the North Island are resilient'

Port McNeill issues boil water advisory after trace amounts of E. coli found in sample

The town posted a notice on Facebook roughly around 4:00 p.m. on Aug. 11

Road upgrades causing detours in downtown Port Hardy

'Please be cautious around the work activities and observe all signage'

North Island Music Festival will hit the stage in Port McNeill in late August

The festival will provide family-friendly, covid-compliant music for North Islanders to enjoy

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