Erin Haluschak

Public hearing set for proposed Comox condo building

A new five-storey, 45-unit condo building is being proposed for Balmoral Avenue, adjacent to the Comox Golf Course, but the architect for the project notes the building is actually lower than a previously proposed four-storey building at the same site.

Valley fundraiser set for Ugandan women

Though it may be half a world away, David Moore has a close connection to a community in Uganda, and is hoping to share that connection with the Comox Valley.

Man survives fall from Royston train trestle

A man survived a fall off a trestle Monday evening south of Courtenay. Rescuers discovered him at the bottom of a riverbed about two feet from the water.

Woodroffe named as main suspect in Peruvian shooting

The National Police of Peru have named Comox Valley resident Sebastian Woodroffe the main suspect in the slaying of indigenous shaman Olivia Arevalo Lomas.

Assault charge laid against Comox Valley RCMP officer

BC Prosecution Service approved assault charge against Const. Geory Penner

Tainted blood mini-series producer draws from personal experience

Filming of Unspeakable wraps in Comox Valley Friday

Tainted blood mini-series producer draws from personal experience

Filming of Unspeakable wraps in Comox Valley Friday

Woodroffe remembered by neighbours as ‘spiritual, loving, kind and polite’

Those who knew him say accusations are incomprehensible

Tribute concert coming to Comox Marina Park in June

The sounds of the '80s are set to take over Marina Park in Comox in June, as Comox Valley Rocks for Kids is set to crank out the tunes for a good cause.

Crowdfunding page created for family of Comox Valley man killed in Peru

A GoFundMe page has been created for the family of Sebastian Woodroffe, the Comox Valley man who travelled to the Amazon rainforest and was killed last weekend in Peru.

UPDATED: Comox Valley man killed in Peru

A Canadian man killed in Peru has been identified by the Peruvian government as a Comox Valley resident.

Canadian mini-series set to shoot in the Comox Valley

St. Joseph's General Hospital will soon be shining brightly on the small screen.

JIT getting ready to rock the boat

Come join the Just In Time Choirs for an evening of music that will make you want to cheer.

Comox opts for ‘blank sheet’ when it comes to cannabis bylaw

Comox council unanimously approved a bylaw to prohibit the sale of cannabis within the town.

Comox Valley Community Foundation collecting information for upcoming Vital Signs report

Online survey open to all Valley residents until May 15

Comox marijuana bylaw vote set for today

A decision on a contentious Comox bylaw surrounding the plan to temporarily ban marijuana sales is set for third and final reading at council Wednesday afternoon.

B.C. RCMP constable being sued for alleged assault, false imprisonment

Lawsuit stems from traffic stop incident in November of 2017

Comox Valley resident suing RCMP for alleged assault, false arrest

A Comox resident is suing a member of the Comox Valley RCMP for an alleged assault, battery, false arrest and false imprisonment stemming from an incident in November 2017.

No drone zones in most of the Comox Valley

It's no secret the Valley is a photographer's paradise, but those taking to the air are paying heightened attention to what shouldn't be in the skies near them: drones.

Courtenay-based overdose petition gaining traction

With more than 1,000 signatures in just over one week, Courtenay parents John and Jennifer Hedican are hoping a petition will push for change for the country's opioid overdose crisis.