Alistair Taylor

BC Hydro to conduct final test of Campbell River warning siren

BC Hydro will be doing a final test of the new sirens which are part of the public warning system on the Campbell River on Wednesday, Aug. 28, from about 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Jury retires to deliberate on 2015 Port Hardy RCMP fatal shooting

Jurors could come back with recommendations arising from five days of a coroner's inquest

UPDATE: Cortes to Quadra Island ferry experiences mechanical problems on last run Monday evening

Long line up greets first sailing which departed 8:05 a.m. from Whaletown

Coroner’s inquest into fatal police shooting in Port Hardy begins in Campbell River

James Reginald Butters, 24, killed in 2015 after RCMP responded to call of male uttering threats

VIDEO: Hear Campbell River countertenor Rory Shade in concert

A Touch of Music plays Trinity Presbyterian Church on Sunday, Aug. 25 at 7 p.m.

Strathcona Regional District rejects well out of concern for Oyster River watershed

Board won't entertain actions that facilitate additional development, threaten the Oyster River,

Two Campbell River First Nations advance to final stage of treaty negotiation

The Campbell River-based Wei Wai Kum and Kwiakah First Nations have signed a new agreement with the governments of Canada and British Columbia that will advance reconciliation and treaty negotiations to the fifth of six treaty negotiation stages.

Our instincts respond to the kind of fear bears trigger

There's been a lot of bear encounter stories lately, it seems.

Retaining wall rebuild will delay Quathiaski Cove traffic

Drivers may experience minor delays beginning Wednesday, Aug. 21 between 7 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. while crews rebuild the Quathiaski Cove retaining wall, on Quathiaski Cove Road, Mainroad Contracting says.

Two Riverites among eight Royals moving on to US and Canadian college baseball programs

The Save-On-Foods Parksville Royals will see eight of nine graduating players move on to play college ball this September, including two Campbell River players.

The local news is still where it has always been

We're not producing fewer local stories because our website includes stories from across the country

Woman charged by Campbell River RCMP with string of property offences

Accused of a string of property crimes in the Campbell River and Courtenay/Comox area since May 15

Woman charged with string of Courtenay/Comox property offences

Tanya Fowlow appeared in Campbell River court Aug. 1

Campbell River Ravens swept out of PNWLL playoffs

The Campbell River Ravens were swept out of the Jr. B Pacific Northwest Lacrosse League playoffs on the weekend.

La Familia gets Campbell River’s River City Arts Festival swaying to the music

Campbell River Arts Festival was treated to the sounds of Latin music provided by Nanaimo-based La Familia.

Man stabbed in leg outside Campbell River courthouse Sunday night

Campbell River RCMP responded to a report from BC Ambulance of a male that had been stabbed in the leg near the courthouse on 13th Ave. at approximately 9 p.m., on Sunday, July 14.

Road across John Hart Dam to close for two days next week

BC Hydro issues notice of closure at Campbell River-area hydroelectric facility

Four arrested after undercover operation at Campbell River pawn shops and second hand stores

Accused face charges of attempt to possess stolen property

Campbell River Ravens finish out regular season with 12-2 defeat at hands of Saanich

The two teams will meet again on Saturday for PNWLL Jr. B lacrosse playoff opener

Cloudy skies, chance of showers this evening for Campbell River

In the Campbell River area weather, look for cloudy skies this morning developing into a 30 per cent chance of showers late this afternoon, according to Environment Canada.