Port Clements

A log barge owned by O’Brien & Fuerst Logging is towed back down Masset Inlet to Port Clements on Wednesday, Dec. 6, escorted by the Haida Princess. (Andrew Hudson/Haida Gwaii Observer)

Listing log barge towed back to Port Clements

O’Brien & Fuerst Logging has safely towed a damaged log barge back…

A log barge owned by O’Brien & Fuerst Logging is towed back down Masset Inlet to Port Clements on Wednesday, Dec. 6, escorted by the Haida Princess. (Andrew Hudson/Haida Gwaii Observer)
Aaron Williams is a seasoned firefighter who has fought wildfires across B.C. While visiting family here on Haida Gwaii, Williams will read from his memoir Chasing Smoke at 6:30 p.m. tonight in the Port Clements Public Library. (Submitted)

Chasing Smoke gives on-the-ground look at fighting B.C. wildfires

Firefighter Aaron Williams talks about his wildfire memoir tonight at the Port Clements Library

Aaron Williams is a seasoned firefighter who has fought wildfires across B.C. While visiting family here on Haida Gwaii, Williams will read from his memoir Chasing Smoke at 6:30 p.m. tonight in the Port Clements Public Library. (Submitted)
Shining through morning fog, one of BC Hydro’s new LED streetlights lights up the corner of Burgess and Christie in Masset. BC Hydro recently installed 26 of the energy-efficient streetlights in Masset, Port Clements, Skidegate, and Queen Charlotte as part of a year-long pilot.                                 (Andrew Hudson/Haida Gwaii Observer)

LED streetlights shine at last

BC Hydro is doing a year-long test of LED streetlights at over two dozen locations in Haida Gwaii

Shining through morning fog, one of BC Hydro’s new LED streetlights lights up the corner of Burgess and Christie in Masset. BC Hydro recently installed 26 of the energy-efficient streetlights in Masset, Port Clements, Skidegate, and Queen Charlotte as part of a year-long pilot.                                 (Andrew Hudson/Haida Gwaii Observer)
Wood chips are auto-fed into a new wood-fuelled heating system for the Port Clements Multiplex in April 2016.                                The Village of Port Clements’ chief administrative officer recently resigned over a series of problems with village councillors, including a recent purchase order for wood pellets that did not meet village policy on seeking competing quotes or assigning village purchases to the village CAO or superintendent of public works. Mayor Urs Thomas has since promised to clear up the way council does business, in part by recording council meetings and repeating council motions before they’re voted on. (File photo/Haida Gwaii Observer)

Port Clements mayor promises clearer council procedures

Port Clements Mayor Urs Thomas says his council will clear up the…

Wood chips are auto-fed into a new wood-fuelled heating system for the Port Clements Multiplex in April 2016.                                The Village of Port Clements’ chief administrative officer recently resigned over a series of problems with village councillors, including a recent purchase order for wood pellets that did not meet village policy on seeking competing quotes or assigning village purchases to the village CAO or superintendent of public works. Mayor Urs Thomas has since promised to clear up the way council does business, in part by recording council meetings and repeating council motions before they’re voted on. (File photo/Haida Gwaii Observer)
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Port Clements CAO resigns over council behaviour

First one mayor quit over council’s inaction. Now, under a new mayor,…

Kim Mushynsky (LinkedIn)
Port Clements faces costly decision on Rainbow Wharf

Port Clements faces costly decision on Rainbow Wharf

Port Clements council could sure use a pot of gold at the…

Port Clements faces costly decision on Rainbow Wharf
Port Clements rings in Canada’s 150th

Port Clements rings in Canada’s 150th

Paddling, fishing, parading, mudbogging and logger-sporting fun mark 150 years since confederation.

  • Jul 4, 2017
Port Clements rings in Canada’s 150th