Alistair Taylor

Crab poaching under cover of darkness earns 10-year commercial fishing ban, vessel seizure

A Cape Mudge resident involved in poaching dungeness crabs in Vancouver Harbour under the cover of darkness in February 2019 is banned from fishing commercially for 10 years and had the boat he was using - which didn't belong to him - and all the crabbing gear in it forfeited to the Department of Fisheries and Oceans.

Campbell River Storm take 2-0 lead in series against Saanich Braves

The Campbell River Storm hung on for a 2-1 victory in Game 2 of the VIJHL second playoff series against the Saanich Braves Saturday at Rod Brind'Amour Arena.

Campbell River Storm win round 2 opener in overtime

Game goes into double overtime to decide it

Will 50 km/h make any difference to speeders?

As expected, our story about the city lowering the speed limit on the Old Island Highway (Highway 19A) from 60 km/h to 50 km/h generated significant comment.

Campbell River Storm open semifinals against Saanich Braves on Friday

After a bit of a road bump in the first round, whereby the Campbell River Storm had to come back from a 3-1 deficit in the opening series against the Peninsula Panthers to win it with a game 7 victory on Sunday, the VIJHL regular season champions resume their drive for a title on Friday and Saturday against the Saanich Braves.

Two-vehicle accident blocks Campbell River intersection

Access to Dogwood Street from Hilchey Road was blocked this afternoon because of an accident.

10 Questions with harmonica-maestro Carlos del Junco

Embarking on 14-day tour of B.C. and Western Canada

Campbell River Storm on the brink at the Brindy

The Campbell River Storm are on the brink of elimination from the Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League playoffs after falling 4-3 to the Peninsula Panthers last night.

Clearing trend today followed by a chance of snow flurries or showers mid-week in the Campbell River area

Good morning everyone. Environment Canada says we can expect a mainly cloudy morning today with clearing near noon.

Court acknowledges steps defendant takes to turn life around

Campbell River provincial court judge commends man's efforts to escape addiction cycle

Campbell River man enters fourth week waiting for bail hearing on numerous weapons charges

A man facing numerous weapons charges has spent a month in custody while Campbell River provincial court finds time for a Judicial Interim Release (JIR) hearing.

Kids behind phony broadcast for help given a talking to

Appeal galvanized RCMP and media in attempt to locate the emergency

Diver discovers possible historic anchor off Campbell River

"This is an anchor I believe to be from a Spanish galleon."

Board rejects water features for Comox Valley and Campbell River hospitals

The Comox-Strathcona Regional Hospital District (CSRHD) at their Feb. 7 board meeting decided to no longer pursue the installation of water features at the two hospital locations in Campbell River and Courtenay.

Time to hit the powder at Snowarama

37th annual event raises funds for children with disabilities and Easter Seals

Campbell River crosstown highschool rivals clash in Timberline RCMP Tournament

Timberline Wolves cruised to two straight wins in their own Timberline RCMP Tournament in boys basketball Friday and Saturday.

Campbell River rolls to victory in Special Olympics floor hockey

Campbell River's Special Olympics floor hockey squad took first place in the Comox Valley Floor Hockey Tournament at Mark R. Isfeld Secondary School on Sunday.

Campbell River’s Jorgensen clinches win – focuses on BC title

Campbell River native, Kaitlynn Jorgensen, captured a unanimous decision victory over Sarah Van Sandt on Friday night at Legendary Fight Promotions in Bellingham, Washington.

Ralph Boyd Men’s Open in the house at Campbell River Curling Club

Annual competition a highlight of the curling calendar

Is 70 the new 100?

Years ago, early on in my bike industry career, I worked for a large mountain bike company and each of us that worked there, seemed to have way too much on our plates.