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Two Port Alberni residents and their husbands, who are affected with Parkinson’s disease, hope to start a support group in the Valley.
Elementary school students visited the Tseshaht long house to learn about First Nations history and traditions
Tom Torraville of Northern Hart Designs will display his 3D wood carvings at Burde Beans coffee shop through March.
The three adults and five children were found at 9:30 p.m.
Coldest Night of the Year fundraiser raises close to $34,000 for ACAWS
Owner Aaron Colyn is hoping to open the doors early March.
On March 11 Deluca will know if he can run for Liberal seat
Ariane Terez finds inspiration for her acrylic paintings by exploring Vancouver Island
Kiwanis club takes on Canal Beach as a project; improvements planned for summer
In their 2017 budget, the province announced a plan to cut the PST on electricity in half effective Oct. 1, from seven per cent to 3.5.
When not commercial fishing, artist Doug Blackwell creates fish prints using salmon and acrylic paint
Before outlining a detailed plan to replace the aging Echo Aquatic Centre, more discussion is needed between the city and regional district.
City of Port Alberni’s first e-town hall budget meeting allowed the public to comment on the draft five-year financial plan
The Valley's first responders were recognized at a Feb. 11 Bulldogs vs. Silverbacks game.
Students unveiled three paintings at Eighth Avenue School as part of the Oneness of Nature project.
Port Alberni was host to the Islands Agriculture Show, which was a big success in helping to promote the Valley’s agricultural industry.
The new Elizabeth Street clinic is open on Tuesdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Local food producers, government and First Nations representatives and organizers were brought together for a welcome ceremony on Friday.
Despite a snowy weather delay, the Armada Wrestling Invitational saw more than 500 wrestlers from 78 different high schools.
Lieutenant governor Judith Guichon and other local government representatives gave speeches during a welcome ceremony at IAS.