Tyson Whitney

Wounded Warrior Run 2018 leaves Port Hardy

Wounded Warrior Run 2018 leaves Port Hardy

The Wounded Warrior Run is a relay run where a group of runners cover Vancouver Island in seven days

Wounded Warrior Run 2018 leaves Port Hardy
DISTRICT OF PORT HARDY PHOTO                                Port Hardy Mayor and Council discussed tax revenue sharing from the sale of marijuana.

Port Hardy council debates marijuana tax revenue sharing

Port Hardy’s Marijuana Committee will be looking into the issue of tax revenue sharing.

DISTRICT OF PORT HARDY PHOTO                                Port Hardy Mayor and Council discussed tax revenue sharing from the sale of marijuana.
BLACK PRESS FILE PHOTO Claire Trevena is the Minister of Transportation and the MLA for the North Island.

Trevena talks: exclusive interview with the MLA for the North Island

Trevena discussed topics from Highway 19, to the Port Alice pulp mill, and fish farms.

BLACK PRESS FILE PHOTO Claire Trevena is the Minister of Transportation and the MLA for the North Island.
BLACK PRESS FILE PHOTO Claire Trevena is the Minister of Transportation and the MLA for the North Island.

Trevena talks: exclusive interview with the MLA for the North Island

Trevena discussed topics from Christy Clark, to BC Ferries, to the E&N corridor, and fish farms.

BLACK PRESS FILE PHOTO Claire Trevena is the Minister of Transportation and the MLA for the North Island.
One person dead in logging truck collision

One person dead in logging truck collision

“The logging truck was stopped for other traffic, and it was rear-ended by a passenger car.”

One person dead in logging truck collision
RCMP officer cleared in 2015 fatal shooting

RCMP officer cleared in 2015 fatal shooting

No charges will be forwarded to the Crown in officer-involved shooting on Vancouver Island.

RCMP officer cleared in 2015 fatal shooting
Premier Christy Clark

UPDATE: Province provides $7.5 million for passenger rail

Restoration of passenger rail service on Vancouver Island is a step closer following a $7.5 million investment from the B.C. government.

Premier Christy Clark