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RCMP lay charges in Port Hardy drug bust 

A search warrant executed by Port Hardy RCMP has resulted in the seizure of several drugs and weapons.   The warrant was executed on May. 15 after the detachment says they started a drug trafficking investigation at a home on Thunderbird Way in Port Hardy.   Police say two individuals were...

Travel tips to enjoy weekend Comox Air Show, RCAF Centennial

If you’re planning on visiting Comox for the air show and Armed Forces Day celebration on Saturday, the Department of Defence has some travel tips. You can avoid getting stuck in traffic by taking the free shuttle bus service, provided by BC Transit from 8:30 am to 6 pm. Buses will...

Effects of solar storm detected underwater off Island’s west coast

Last weekend’s solar storm painted the night skies with colourful Northern Lights, but also had effects detected deep underwater. Ocean Networks Canada has a network of underwater observatories off the west coast of Vancouver Island. During the storm they detected distortions almost three kilometres deep, possibly some of the most...

Travellers will save this summer, BC Ferries 

BC Ferries is gearing up for the summer and say they’re helping passengers enjoy the season with a slash to their fuel surcharge for travellers.   The busiest time of year for BC Ferries is between June 1 and Sept. 5 where they’re anticipating around eight million passengers will pass...

BC Highway Patrol members to increase enforcement this long weekend

Expect to see more highway patrol members this long weekend. The Drive to Arrive enforcement blitz aims to lower the number of people hurt or killed by highway collisions by educating the public and increasing enforcement efforts of the BC Highway Patrol. According to ICBC, an average of 1,800 collisions took...

North Island non-profit asking for swim passes from Port Hardy council

A local not-for-profit hopes to get swim passes from Port Hardy council. The passes are for the New Beginnings program, operated by North Island Crisis and Counselling Centre Society. It’s a program supporting adults seeking recovery from substance use and mental health challenges. In a letter to the district’s chief administrative...
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