North Island Cannabis

  • Quatsino

    Quatsino is just a quick water-taxi ride away from Coal Harbour. First settled in the late 1800s, Quatsino is one of Vancouver Island North’s earliest communities. St. Olaf’s Anglican Church, which was built in 1896 as a one-room schoolhouse and then converted to a church that is still used for special occasions and weddings, is an interesting historic site, along with the old graveyard. Nature lovers and eagle watchers can enjoy the 654 hectares of undeveloped, protected parkland in Quatsino Provincial Park.
  • Port Alice

    The Village of Port Alice is a picturesque community built on a mountainside affording excellent views of Neroutsos Inlet from every vantage point. It is accessed via a short, scenic drive on a newly paved section of highway (Hwy 30). The community is a gateway to the wild west coast where visitors can explore further via logging road or boat to areas like Side Bay, Gooding Cove, Harvey Cove, Brooks Peninsula and Klaskino Inlet. It is also known as the Sea Otter Capital of Canada!
  • Holberg

    The tiny village of Holberg sits at the most westerly end of Holberg Inlet. Access to this community is via a 50 km (31 mi) gravel logging road leading west from Port Hardy. In its early days Holberg existed as a floating camp, at one time the world’s largest, for forestry workers in the area. Logging operations are completely land-based here today.
  • Ronning's Garden

    Norwegian settler, Bernt Ronning, established his homestead in 1910 near the terminus of the old San Josef Wagon Road. During the earliest years, Bernt Ronning cleared over five acres of rainforest in order to plant the wilderness garden of his dreams. A garden created from seeds, cuttings of trees, and exotic plants he ordered from around the world. His house and garden became a regular way station for the settlers hiking from Cape Scott, Raft Cove, and San Josef Bay. As the years passed, the garden continued to grow in size and variety.
  • Bella Coola

    Bella Coola Valley is the Perfect Place to spend your Great Bear Rainforest Vacation. Bella Coola is located in the Heart of the Great Bear Rainforest, on the Central Coast of BC Canada. This valley has a temperate climate that encompasses the Coast Mountains, glacial rivers & inland regions, yet because Bella Coola lies 100km inland from the outer Pacific, it has much less rainfall than the coast, July through September tend to be dry & sunny.
  • Marble River

    Marble River Provincial Park is a very popular destination for recreational angling, including fly fishing on the river and tidal water fishing in the marine portion of the park. Chinook and coho salmon, steelhead, cutthroat, rainbow and Dolly Varden trout can all be caught in this park. The Marble River Trail contains a number of angler-access routes down to the river, which is considered to be one of the best steelhead fishing rivers on Vancouver Island.
  • Gold River

    Gold River is two hours northwest of Campbell River and is home to the Mowachaht/Muchalaht, Nuchatlaht, and Ehattesaht First Nations who have been in the region in excess of 4,200 years, these traditional territories include all of the area known today as Nootka Sound. If you’ve been thinking about exploring the Village of Gold River, then checking out the road trip itinerary below is the best way to prepare, set expectations high and get excited about this trip.
  • Zeballos

    Nestled among towering forest-cloaked mountains, Zeballos sits at the head of Zeballos Inlet, gateway to Nootka Sound, world-famous for salmon fishing and kayaking opportunities. The inlet was named by Captain Alejandro Malaspina in 1792 after one of his lieutenants, Ciriaco Cevallos.
  • Winter Harbour

    A sheltered west coast haven from violent Pacific Ocean weather for sailing ships in the 1800s and fishing boats over the last 100 years, the historic fishing village of Winter Harbour is North America’s western-most point. Tall-mast sailing ships would hole up here in the 1800s and this tiny dot on the map has been a refuge for fishing boats and its own fleet over the last century.
  • Grant Bay Rec Site

    An isolated bay on the north side of Quatsino Sound, Grant Bay is long, remote, and sandy beach accessed by an easy 10-minute walk. Surrounded by rocky shores, this white sand beach is as beautiful as it is alluring, suitable for day use and overnight, rustic beach camping.
  • Sointula

    Sointula means “place of harmony” in Finnish. This charming seaside town on sprawling Malcolm Island was established as a community in the late 19th century when a colony of Finnish settlers arrived with utopian dreams of building the perfect community. While that vision was derailed within a decade, there’s no question these visionaries chose the right place for a fresh air and salt water paradise on earth.
  • North Island Cannabis 3 Year Anniversary

    How quickly 3 years have gone by!  Thank you everyone for your support, you're the reason we're having our 3rd Year Anniversary at North Island Cannabis, where the owner is the operator. #shoplocal