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All Neucel Specialty Cellulose employees working at the pulp mill were told to go home on Feb. 27.
The team left Carrot Park in Port Hardy at 7:30 a.m. on Feb. 25 in -6 weather conditions.
Furney, who was 85 years old, served as mayor for the Town of Port McNeill for 39 years.
Stellar Jay Organics in Port Hardy has been approved by the Liquor and Cannabis Regulation Branch
The fire was “quickly brought under control, contained to a single unit, and fully extinguished.”
RCMP said the boat operator was ‘grossly impaired and an open container of liquor was located nearby’
The Nanaimo Clippers defeated the North Island Atom Eagles 6-4 on Saturday in Port McNeill.
It was a bit of an up and down rollercoaster ride of a weekend for the North Island Midget Eagles.
“You don’t have issues and problems when you look at these kids and how much they’re going through.”
A 73 year old resident of Whitehorse, Yukon, was arrested on September 13th and remains in custody.
Social Media and citizens of the North Island played a big role in solving the case.
James Hayward was shot by police in Port Hardy after refusing to drop a large knife in 2015
Justice Manson said Marine Harvest has made “good faith” attempts at consultation with the ‘Namgis.
For Jacqueline Zweng, the Wounded Warrior Run is a personal matter.
It was another do or die playoff game for the North Island Bantam Eagles last Saturday.
The Wounded Warrior Run is a relay run where a group of runners cover Vancouver Island in seven days
Port Hardy’s Marijuana Committee will be looking into the issue of tax revenue sharing.
Trevena discussed topics from Highway 19, to the Port Alice pulp mill, and fish farms.
Trevena discussed topics from Christy Clark, to BC Ferries, to the E&N corridor, and fish farms.
“The logging truck was stopped for other traffic, and it was rear-ended by a passenger car.”