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The City of Port Alberni signed a five-year deal with West Coast Hockey Prep Camp Inc. for the use of the Multiplex and other facilities.
The City of Port Alberni will set aside $250,000 it earned from the sale of plywood lots A and B for the possible buyback of those lands.
The top earners at the City of Port Alberni collectively netted an extra $21,324 in 2015 as compared to the prior year.
Port Alberni mayor and council’s record on transparency and staffing practices were called into question at Monday’s council meeting.
The Alberni Valley Senior Citizens Homes Society remains in a bind over how to pay $40,000 in property taxes for its Pioneer Cottages.
The annual bike ride benefits the Canadian Mental Health Association which supports individuals with mental health issues.
City councillors hope that working with the Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District to update the plan will leave the region more prepared.
The biggest seaplane in the world could soon be under your control—provided you can fly it.
Anne Ostwald’s social studies 11 class want the City of Port Alberni's help to save their soles.
Krista Tremblay assumed her duties in the new role on May 30.
The American election in November has put the Philippine Mars trade deal on hold, according to Coulson Group CEO Wayne Coulson.
A report was approved by Port Alberni city council in 2014.
Neighbouring residents of Cantimber Biotech say they are feeling sick as a result of the company's emissions.
The City of Port Alberni will provide an additional $25,000 for Thunder in the Valley while working on a repayment plan.
In the wake of Exercise Coastal Response elected officials are feeling better prepared for a disaster.
Public input will be considered before Port Alerni city council decides whether or to rename Gertrude Street, Stamp Avenue and Third Ave.
Waterfront advocates feel the sale of plywood lots A and B was made without proper public consultation.
Hupacasath, Tseshaht, Huu-ay-aht and Uchucklesaht are all investing in local projects around the Alberni Valley.
Coulson Aviation is looking for opportunities in the Alberni Valley that bring the same amount of success as ventures abroad.
Anticipation for the currently-expanding Alberni Valley Regional Airport is growing, according to economic development manager Pat Deakin.