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My dear Campbell River,
Parents once again made presentations concerning the implementation of the government-mandated Sexual Orientation Gender Identity guidelines at the school district meeting last week.
Standing room only at Carihi's Beauty and the Beast
Indigenous Education Advisory council presents Indigenous student policy to Campbell River School District board
The principal of Indigenous Education for the Campbell River School District presented the proposed Indigenous Education Board Governance Policy to the Board of Education April 17.
I have shed many tears this month.
The U18 Girls Riptide played the Upper Island Storm on Saturday in the league semi finals, winning 2-1.
Rotary celebrated the best of the best young performers on Saturday evening at their annual Honours Concert.
Kaitlyn Jinda won provincial championship by pinning her opponent in just 30 seconds
There is a bit of generation gap here at the office.
Last Thursday Louis Poitras came home to his property on Read Island to find his sheds collapsed and burning and the firewood stacked next to his house on fire.
Superintendent's annual report lays out the growth, strengths and weaknesses of SD72
'At present the provincial budget has allocated no additional funds to offset this cost increase'
The Campbell River Storm are moving on to the Cyclone Taylor Cup in Richmond April 12-15.
After negative parent feedback the school board has requested a new calendar be drafted
The Campbell River Storm lost 5-4 to the Saanich Braves in game five of the VIJHL playoff finals yesterday evening.
Authors talk writing experience and inspiration at Campbell River’s Words on the Water Writer’s Festival
Last weekend's writer's festival kicked off with Writers in Conversation on Friday evening
They voiced their concerns at Tuesday's school board meeting
New exhibition at the Campbell River Art Gallery sheds light on reclamation, resurgence and the land
All of the artists featured in the new exhibition are First Nations
Trustee John Kerr is worried about students safely using social media.
The Campbell River School District employs 30 new teachers this year compared to last year thanks to new funding that was mandated by the Supreme Court.