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Sign to reduce incidents, Woss, Vancouver Island (2002)

This sign in Woss tells the workers, how many accident-free days they have accomplished. To reduce accidents is very important in an area that basically lives from logging and mining.

Logging Company, Vancouver Island (2002)

Logging is indeed big business in the northern part of Vancouver Island. Right before Telegraph Cove you will find this viewpoint where the logging process is explained in detail.

Telegraph Cove, Vancouver Island (2002)

On your way to Port Hardy, make sure to stop-by at Telegraph Cove (pop. 5)

Telegraph Cove, Vancouver Island (2002)

Another view of Telegraph Cove.

Welcome to Port Hardy, Vancouver Island (2002)

Welcome to Port Hardy - the capital of fishing, logging, mining!

Port Hardy, Vancouver Island (2002)

Directly in Port Hardy you will find Hardy Bay, which invites for short walks and a rest in the afternoon sun.

The Harbour of Port Hardy, Vancouver Island (2002)

The harbour of Port Hardy.

Port Hardy, Vancouver Island (2002)

This carrot marks the northern end of the Island Highway. It was built as a reminder to the struggles the people went through until they finally got the highway.

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