Erin Haluschak

Golden anniversary for G.P. Vanier Thursday

It was a day of celebration for students, educators and administrators past and present of G.P. Vanier Secondary School in Courtenay Thursday, as the school hosted its 50th anniversary celebration.

Preliminary inquiry for Island resident facing numerous charges in Comox Valley shooting

A 27-year-old Saanich resident had his preliminary hearing in Courtenay Wednesday as he faces numerous charges in relation to a shooting north of the city earlier this year.

VIDEO: Leaf Compassion celebrates legalization in Courtenay

Leaf Compassion in Courtenay celebrated the official legalization of marijuana in Courtenay Wednesday by handing out free joints and talking about the various uses of the product.

Workplace weed: what is allowed with cannabis legalization

Can you smoke a joint and then go to work starting Wednesday?

Trial to conclude Wednesday for Comox Valley driver of vehicle involved in pedestrian death

The woman involved in a trial for a multi-vehicle collision in which a pedestrian was killed two years ago in Courtenay admitted she was aware she was over the legal limit for alcohol prior to driving.

Comox examines including K’omox First Nation signage within the town

Councillors from the Town of Comox have unanimously agreed to investigate K'omoks First Nation signage within the town.

NIC hosts documentary on consent and coercion

Join NIC's Human Services staff and students in Flirting with Danger - a film screening to raise awareness of sexual consent and violence.

Personal favourites shine at Ken Lavigne’s Island tour

We all have our favourites; the lyrics, harmonies, rhythms and beats that somehow timelessly thread together chapters of an evolving life in ways that that only music can.

Laughs, tears and secrets coming to the Sid Williams Theatre

Fall is a wonderful time of year to enjoy the crispness of a new day and reminisce about summer past times. If golfing was part of your recreation, then you will definitely enjoy Courtenay Little Theatre's The Ladies Foursome.

School for students on Hornby Island ‘normal as can be’: portables expected in new year

While it's not an ideal situation, the return to school for students living on Hornby Island is "as normal as it can be," following a fire to the Island's only school last month, according to a member of the Hornby Island Education Society.

Comox Valley medical cannabis business growing despite impending legalization

With nearly a month to go until new cannabis legalization laws come into effect in the country, Denise Ropp sees increasing opportunities for her business.

Valley Father-daughter duo share a special bond over a kidney

Annual kidney walk is set for Sept. 23 at Simms Park

Aboriginal voices highlighted in new book

On Thursday, Sept. 20 from 7 to 8 p.m., everyone is welcome to attend a book reading of Welcome Friends and Family to Our Bighouse.

Courtenay trial for driver of vehicle involved in pedestrian death to continue next month

The trial for a woman involved in a multi-vehicle collision in which a pedestrian was killed two years ago in Courtenay will continue next month.

Red Dress campaign returning to the Comox Valley

The Red Dress campaign is returning to the Comox Valley this month.

Trial underway in Courtenay for driver of vehicle involved in pedestrian death

The trial for a woman involved in a multi-vehicle collision two years ago, in which a pedestrian was killed, began Monday at the Courtenay courthouse.

Proposed Stotan Falls development draws large crowd for open house

Standing-room-only at Filberg Centre where the CVRD heard from both sides during an open house

Comox council approves submissions for three liquor applications

Although the province has the final say, it's appearing as though residents in Comox can soon raise glasses of their favourite beverage at a variety of establishments throughout the town.

Charge laid in Hornby Island school fire

One person has been charged with arson in relation to a fire at the Hornby Island Community School.

Smoky Comox skies most likely due to shifting wind: fire chief

Comox Fire Rescue received calls for smoke over Comox Tuesday afternoon but have confirmed no fires of note in the town.