Caitlin McKinnon

A look back

Each week we feature Valley history taken from our back issues

A look back

Each week we feature Valley history taken from our back issues

A look back

Every week we feature Valley history taken from our back issues

A look back

Every week we feature Valley history taken from our back issues

Pride dance and picnic this weekend in Comox Valley

Members of Comox Valley Pride are hoping for sunshine as their annual Pride Weekend approaches.

Comox Valley bus ridership way up in 2006

The wheels on Comox Valley buses went round and round with more and more passengers in 2006.

A look back

Every week we feature Valley history taken from our back issues

A look back

Every week we feature Valley history taken from our back issues

Conservation officers, RCMP inspect boaters on Comox, Campbell lakes

Conservation officers teamed up with local RCMP on the Canada Day weekend to spot and stop hazardous boating behaviour.

A look back

Every week we feature Valley history taken from our back issues

Comox Valley students support teacher by donating to BC Children’s Hospital

A heart-warming tale of charity and goodwill has emerged from the “big, bad front page stories” from an ongoing BCTF labour dispute.

Latest Top Chef Canada used to live in Comox Valley

With Comox Valley roots, Carl Heinrich is the second person from B.C. to take the title of Top Chef Canada.

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Every week we feature Valley history taken from our back issues

Mayors in Courtenay and Comox winning while they’re losing

Mayor Larry Jangula of Courtenay and Mayor Paul Ives of Comox are reaping the benefits of an active and healthy lifestyle.

‘Tough love’ bootcamp coming to Comox

Professional football player turned celebrity trainer Tommy Europe is hosting a “no-nonsense, tough love” fitness bootcamp in Comox.

A look back

Every week we feature Valley history taken from our back issues

A look back

Every week we feature Valley history taken from our back issues

Parsons’ performing experience shines

Stage presence divides “good” musicians from “great” musicians, claims Parsons.

Courtenay hair salon helps Victoria woman honour her mom’s memory

Sue bishop raised roughly $150 for a charity that assists underprivileged children suffering from medical hair loss.

A look back

Every Friday we feature Valley history taken from our back issues