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Young filmmaker seeks Conservative nomination for next fed election

Aaron Gunn is hoping to flip the North Island-Powell River riding from orange to blue when the next federal election is called. The documentary filmmaker...

Island Health hopes to attract North Island doctors, nurses with recruitment drive

Island Health has a lot of empty positions to fill, as it launches a recruitment drive for doctors and nurses on the North Island. The...

Volunteers hope to build new home for burned burl

Volunteers are fundraising to restore the world’s largest burl to its former glory in Port McNeill. The burl, a 30-tonne growth harvested from a Sitka...

Sayward-area wildfires may have been deliberate: RCMP

A series of five wildfires near Sayward may have been set on purpose, and police want to speak with any witnesses. Last month police became...

Kusam Klimbers are getting ready to hit the trail

There's still some time left to register for the first Kusam Klimb event since 2019 and put your body to the test. The popular event...

Residential school memorial pole begins 600 km journey to Vancouver for ceremony

A monument created in Port Hardy to remember children who died at residential schools starts its journey to Vancouver tomorrow. Master carver Stan Hunt has...

North Island festivals to get boost from province

Multiple festivals in Campbell River and on the North Island are getting provincial funding to continue. The province announced the $30 million in support of...

BC Movement Arts Society to bring ‘Grass is Green’ performance to the North Island

An art society from the North Island is bringing a dance and drag show to two North Island venues this spring. According to the BC...

Strathcona Regional District approves financial plan, operating budget

Spending for the next four years has been approved by the Strathcona Regional District, with over $42 million set aside for 2023. The district says...

North Island Doctor says Call for Help Remains Unanswered

The Port Hardy doctor calling on Health Minister Adrian Dix to approve the use of a Physician Assistant says last week's announcement concerning healthcare...

Virtual sessions planned to enhance extreme temperature resiliency on North Island

Residents on North Vancouver Island are being invited to participate in a roundtable session to enhance community resiliency in the face of extreme cold. Two...
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