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Infrastructure

Port Hardy’s friendly residents have access to many natural and man-made amenities to support new and existing businesses and to help ensure quality of life for area residents. Infrastructure includes:

  • Civic Centre
  • Indoor heated pool
  • Skating arena and snack bar
  • Curling rink
  • Salmon enhancement and interpretive centre
  • Secondary and post-secondary educational facilities
  • Ambulance and hospital services
  • Volunteer fire department
  • Senior’s housing – information
  • Museum and library
  • Recycling facility
  • Regional transit system
  • Seven Hills Golf & Country Club
  • Skateboard park
  • Government agent’s office
  • Opportunity Zone – free employment centre
  • Facilities for gymnastics and martial arts classes
  • Tennis courts
  • Canadian Coast Guard base
  • Department of Fisheries and Oceans
  • Senior’s Centre
  • Physician offices and dental facilities
  • Diverse business services

Port Hardy is also home to five fish processing facilities, a barge terminal, extensive park and trail systems, several government wharfs and the start of the new BC Marine Trail. Service organizations and social groups such as Rotary, Lion’s, Kinsmen, Royal Canadian Legion and Dragon Boat team provide invaluable support for the community while increasing quality of life and a sense of belonging for members.