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Hupacasath win bid for 1,400 sockeye from DFO test boat

The fish was distributed to the nation's members

Free art activities at Port Alberni Solstice Fest

Art Rave will again be offering free art activities, evening music and a dance

Tseshaht oppose Cantimber operations without consultation

The Tseshaht First Nation strongly opposes the startup of Cantimber Biotech without their consent.

Teens and bullies clash in new book

Victoria-based author Roy Dimond has just released his novel, I, Bully

McCoy Lake Road gates raise concern

Questions remain about who owns Alberni Valley road

Improvements planned for Bamfield health services

BC Ambulance Service explores options for enhancing patient care

Valley overdose prevention site seeing visitors

Port Alberni's overdose prevention site that opened on May 1 has seen fairly good numbers of people using the Third Avenue facility.

Nuu-chah-nulth basketry displayed at Rollin

Current exhibit, Solstice Arts Fest, summer kid's programs and more on this week's community art scene

Party drugs present risk of overdosing

Medical health officer says Victoria pharmacy found fentanyl in MDMA

Theatre program launches for Valley seniors

Production will be based on history of Port Alberni as seen through eyes of seniors

Solstice Arts Fest joins with Port Day

Event brings four Alberni Valley festivals together under one umbrella for weekend of art, heritage

Mackenzie School of Dance holds annual recital

Ceilidh '17- Inspiration will be held at the ADSS auditorium on Sunday, June 4 at 2 p.m.

Nuu chah nulth basketry exhibit coming to Rollin

collection from Hugh Braker will run in the gallery from June 1- 29

Forum outlines housing needs, projects in Valley

AVCSI will compile information and plan for future housing goals

Smoke raising concern in Cherry Creek

A Moore Road resident has appropriate permits for open burning on property

Alberni cadets on Arctic Circle adventure

Snowstorm in Naujaat, Nunavut delays cadets' return

Spoken word host celebrates five years in Valley

Stephen Novik will be the feature reader for the event at Char's Landing

Valley sets high temperature record on Victoria Day

On May 22 Port Alberni temperatures hit a high of 30.3 degrees Celsius

ADSS boys rugby head to championships

The underdogs have went on to win most of their games

Recruitment begins for ACRD CAO

Former CAO Russell Dyson will begin new position in Comox shortly