Erin Haluschak

Hamper distribution continues this week for striking Island loggers

Loonies For Loggers assisting with Christmas hampers

Filling the need for growing senior home care in the Comox Valley

Tracie Robertson and Melissa King recently opened Home Instead Senior Care

Mount Washington receives more than 30cm of snow

Last week, the resort announced they were pushing back opening day due to lack of snow.

Snowbirds set to take to the skies of the Comox Valley and beyond

The Royal Canadian Air Force officially announced the 2020 Snowbirds schedule

Kwigwatsi Studio a labour of love for Comox Valley couple

The studio is at 3250 Comox Road and overlooks the Bighouse and K'omoks First Nation Band Office.

Valley filmmaker receives funds to produce web series pilot

Chukwumuobi Obasi was awarded the funds through Telus Storyhive's Web Series Edition

PHOTOS: Ceremony to honour National Day of Remembrance on Dec. 6

The ceremony took place at noon on the plaza outside of the Comox Valley Art Gallery.

MARS receives the gift of an X-ray machine

Country Animal Hospital in Courtenay donated the machine and processing machine to MARS

Coroners service investigating following death of 19 Wing Comox firefighter

19 Wing noted William Vant Erve passed away from an accident while climbing on Vancouver Island.

Opening day delayed at Mount Washington

Dec. 6 was set as opening day but will now be delayed due to lack of snow.

Handbags offer hope and more for Comox Valley women

The Handbags for Hope donation drive encourages anyone to help support women less fortunate

Crowd gathers for climate action march in Courtenay

The event was organized by the Youth Environmental Action group

A championship 29 years in the making

A prairie transplant's perspective on the Grey Cup

Annual Snowbirds spring training in Comox delayed for 2020

The Snowbirds have been on an operational pause since a crash prior to a U.S. airshow in October

CVEX president recognized for going the extra mile

Mike Trimble received the Canadian Fair Champion award

Highland students bring a classic Comox Christmas display back to life

The updated characters are set for display on Friday, Nov. 29.

Valley mother encourages food literacy and mindfulness with placemats

The Mindful Meals placemats help kids to slow down and pay attention to the food they eat.

Denman ferry cable to be replaced with plastic cable – for now

The first flattened steel strand cable is expected to be installed late summer 2020

SLIDESHOW: Remembrance Day in Courtenay

The annual ceremony took place in front of a large crowd under rainy skies.

Volunteers needed for St. Andrew’s cemetery cleanup

The entire community is invited to join on Nov. 9 from 9 a.m. to noon to continue the tradition