Erin Haluschak

Comox council gives green light to third non-medical cannabis store

Prime Cannabis Corp. submitted an application for a commercial strata lot at 278 Anderton Rd.

MARS seeking applicants for work experience student program

Work experience volunteers are accepted year-round

Virtual blue Christmas to honour loved ones, acknowledge tough times

"We know this year has been hard in general … we want to offer support"

80,000 health-care workers who have yet to get pandemic pay will receive it, Dix says

The B.C. government did start paying the COVID-19 top up to some employees in October

Valley health-care workers still waiting for pandemic pay

"It was supposed to be paid out … and nothing is getting done."

Creatively masking up for loved ones

"I want her to have a healthy, long life."

Serving up a slice of community

Saying thanks while supporting local

‘This too shall pass:’ Working through loss of gatherings, traditions of the holiday season

Finding ways to manage and process the changes COVID-19 presents to seasonal plans

Courtenay’s food trucks rally to help feed those in need

"Just a small act like that and you could just see the smiles on their faces and the thank yous."

Island Aurora ferry spotted in the Comox Valley

A new ferry is catching the eyes of residents near the Buckley Bay ferry terminal

‘Need to remain vigilant’ at YQQ with small increase in COVID-19 flight exposures

Seven flights between YQQ and the YYC have been flagged for exposure to the virus

SkyHawks cancel 2021 season, raising questions if Snowbirds will follow

The Snowbirds hold their annual spring training at 19 Wing Comox

Snowbirds release 2021 airshow season, set to return to Comox for spring training

The 2021 season will celebrate the team's 50th anniversary

More donations, more demand at the Comox Valley Food Bank

On Dec. 1, the CVFB officially welcomed David Reynolds as its new executive director

Gnarly Youth Craft goes virtual

The virtual fair will be open until Dec. 19 and features talented youth aged 9 -19 years

Lake Trail Middle School closed for the second time in a week due to threat

On Nov. 26, the school was closed for a day while a similar incident occurred.

Mount Washington opens on time, COVID-19 protocols in place

"We're super excited - it's been six months in the planning."

UPDATE: Vehicle hits hydrant in Courtenay; registered owner ticketed

Comox Valley RCMP were on scene looking at a vehicle left behind which had extensive damage.

Comox Fire Rescue to continue fire service to KFN

Comox council approved a five-year renewal to a service agreement

Mustang Sally spreading joy, one car ride at a time in the Comox Valley

Valley resident's 1966 Ford Mustang truly a sight to see