An editorial from Tyson Whitney, a home-grown North Island Reporter and Editor of the North Island Gazette. Tyson’s thoughts: Growing up in Port Hardy One of the cool things about my job is I get to interview people I find interesting. I recently had an in-depth phone conversation with North Island local Megan Hanacek regarding… Read more »
There is always something new happening on the North Island. This time, it’s a potential plan that will help literacy in our community. From Tyson Whitney, North island Gazette The Vancouver Island Regional Library (VIRL) wants to get on board with Port McNeill council and develop a brand new multi-use facility in town. “Thank you… Read more »
The Village of Alert Bay and N’amgis First Nation Supports economic development in their community. If you’re looking to move or invest into the communities, “Tides of Change” is a great resource for understanding the perspectives of the community and areas of opportunity. Have a look online today!
“I believe it’s all of our responsibility for our schools to provide quality education,” said Dixon. Article by Tyson Whitney, North Island Gazette “North Island Secondary School Principal Jay Dixon was nominated this year for a Premier’s Award for Excellence in Education, under the category of School and District Leadership, ultimately finishing as a runner… Read more »
The N’amgis First Nation are promoting collaborative training opportunities in their Traditional Territory. Read more on their website about the Fundamentals of Forestry Program the operates in Woss, BC. – home of the N’amgis people. http://www.namgis.bc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Fundamentals-of-Forest-Harvesting-Practices-S19-Information-Sessions-Pos….pdf
Brown Bag Lunch with the Mayor