RECN: Providing Rural Internet Access to the RDMW

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It’s “Computer Education Week!” This week we celebrate the success of Ragged Edge Community Network Society (RECNS), a Non-Profit Society working to provide rural and remote local businesses and residences on the North Island with an opportunity to access fast, reliable high speed wireless. RECNS STORY: Community Futures Mount Waddington (CFMW) has been working since… Read more »

Island Health: Careers Abound

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Health Care Careers: Island Health is recruiting multiple health care positions on Vancouver Island North. The Vision: “excellent health and care for everyone, everywhere, every time” Click on this link FMI on jobs available: https://islandhealth.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/JobSearch/search Click on this link FMI on Island Health: https://medicalstaff.islandhealth.ca/ Island Health #professionals #healthcare #gonorth #lovewhereyoulive#myVIN

The North Island Concert Society: Did you Know?

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My Vancouver Island North supports all manner of arts and skills that enhance the culture of living in this wonderful part of the world. The North Island Concert Society and supporters are in the 21st year of working diligently to present quality performances for us to enjoy. Do yourself, and your friends and family a treat, and… Read more »

Keltic Seafoods: A Co-Op on My Vancouver Island North

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Port Hardy, B.C. A story of a co-op: local people banding together to create opportunity. When Keltic Seafood was on the block in 2000, the local employees banded together to purchase the business, and it’s been run as a coop ever since. “Keltic Seafoods Ltd, established December 1, 2000, is located in a safe harbour… Read more »

Hardy Buoys Smoked Fish: What a Story

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Port Hardy, B.C. – From www.hardybuoys.com Hardy Buoys Smoked Fish Inc. was founded in 1994 by Bruce and Carol Dirom. What started as a hobby, a way for Bruce to supplement his young family’s income has evolved into one of the largest employers in Port Hardy. An avid sports fisherman, Bruce Dirom recognized a need… Read more »