Erin Haluschak

Comox Fire Rescue selling wildfire protection kits

The WASP gutter mounted sprinkler system helps protect homes from hot embers.

Comox seeking feedback on proposed third non-medical cannabis store

The proposal is from Prime Cannabis Corp. for the second storey of an existing building location.

Seafood festival and trade show postponed

Organizers are working to secure late fall dates to host a modified festival and trade expo in 2020.

Snowbirds liftoff virtually with online airshow

The team isn't coming to the Comox Valley this year, but you can catch them online.

Comox council finds middle ground with two per cent tax increase

More than $7 million worth of projects were removed from the original budget due to revenue loss.

Early morning fire destroys home on Forbidden Plateau

The area does not have fire protection services.

Free 24/7 counselling service available for NIC students

Here2Talk provides free, confidential, single-session services by app, phone or online chat.

Garbage collection costs piling up in Comox

Council approved a two-year extension to the contract with a 16.5 per cent increase for services.

Pacific Coastal Airlines extends flight suspensions

On April 16, they announced the temporary service suspension has been extended to May 31.

Isolation challenge produces celebrity, musician photos for Valley photographer and daughter

David Bowie, David Rose, Ellen included in photo recreations.

LUSH Valley Food Action Society hosts online forums

The forums place food security, local resilience and healthy eating in the spotlight.

CATS strapped for funds as fundraisers cancelled, trapping continues

"... It's easy to forget about the vulnerable animals that need our help."

BC Hydro water supply forecast showing 78 per cent of normal for Comox Valley

This is the fourth year where the February to March period has had well below normal precipitation.

Comox Valley RCMP see increase in non-violent family disputes during pandemic

"It's important to remember that help and support are still available for those who need it."

Comox Valley Classic Cruisers hitting the road to bring the community together

Residences, hospital, on the list to drive by Thursday night

Snowbirds cancel Comox spring training

The team announced that due to ongoing travel restrictions they will not be training in the Valley

Two new food programs available for Cumberland residents

The goal is to provide support for individuals and families in the village facing food insecurity.

Comox Valley Transition Society available for women who need help throughout pandemic

"We anticipate more women than usual will access our resources, but we do have plans in place."

Hip tradition sing-along planned again for Canadians April 2

The Tragically Hip's Paul Langlois is encouraging all to join him virtually in a'Porch Session.'