Erin Haluschak

Courtenay Fire Department assists woman escape from home

Pot on stove created smoke in unit on Anderton Avenue

Comox Valley’s Coldest Night of the Year walk surpasses fundraising goal

The fundraiser helps raise money and awareness about the issue of homeless.

Comox Valley Farmers’ Market set for online shopping

An online store will complement the market and is set to start taking orders soon.

Comox Valley Food Bank set to reopen

The organization closed last week due to concerns around COVID-19

Comox Valley RCMP adapt to new strategies during pandemic

The detachment is finding a balance between protecting public safety and the needs of its members.

Snowbirds team on three-week training pause, will reassess to determine schedule

The team is set to arrive in the Comox Valley on May 6 and depart May 29.

Canada-wide Tragically Hip sing-along planned for March 26

Montreal comedian Joey Elias has put the call out on social media

Canada-wide Tragically Hip sing-along planned for March 26

Montreal comedian Joey Elias has put the call out on social media

Valley residents stepping up to sew masks for those in need

"I recognize this isn't going to save the world, but it gives me purpose."

Girl Guides, Canadian Tire get creative for cookie fundraising efforts

"Who doesn't like Girl Guide cookies?"

VIDEO: Valley accordion player sharing the joy of music with those most vulnerable

Johnny Cunningham hoping to share music amidst pandemic

COVID-19 scam hits Comox Valley church

The reverend of a Comox church is hoping her experience can serve as a warning to others.

Restrictions in place, donations needed for Comox Valley SPCA

Shelter only open to the public by appointment for adoptions and emergency surrenders.

Snowbirds team still planning on coming to the Comox Valley – for now

The team is set to arrive in the Valley on May 6 and depart May 29.

Comox Valley Airport following Pandemic Response Plan; measures in place

CVAC acknowledges the general risk to Canadians is deemed low as noted by the Government of Canada

Handheld alarm ‘basically saved’ Courtenay woman’s life during dog attack

A dog attack happened near Harmston Park last week in Courtenay

Lost hiker rescued off Mount Beacher on Vancouver Island

Crew members were tasked around 4:30 p.m. Wednesday for the hiker

Bursary to honour Vanier student on the right track to highlight legacy

The goal is to be able to offer a $1,000 bursary annually in Megan Dalziel's name.

Three international trips now called due to coronavirus: Comox Valley School District

"This was a difficult decision, and one we did not make lightly," said SD71 superintendent.

Town of Comox hires new CAO

Jordan Wall is known for building and sustaining strong relationships with the community.