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Anticipation for the currently-expanding Alberni Valley Regional Airport is growing, according to economic development manager Pat Deakin.
Task Force 1, Vancouver’s heavy urban rescue search and rescue team has descended on Port Alberni for Exercise Coastal Response.
Commissioning trials are the cause behind emissions from Cantimber Biotech, according to the director of project development and research.
High school students hope to instil a sense of musical community at Harbour Quay.
The provincial and local governments held a kickoff reception at Echo Centre on June 6 to introduce those involved to the exercise.
The first test run of Stamp Avenue for Thunder in the Valley was a success, according to Alberni Valley Drag Racing Association president.
Temperatures hit record highs on Saturday, June 4 with Port Alberni hitting 34 degrees Celsius.
A four car test run of Stamp Avenue for the Alberni Valley's drag racing event went smoothly.
The deadline for receiving thousands of dollars to upgrade your Port Alberni storefront is coming up on June 6.
The Tseshaht made history when they went to the polls in mid-May by electing their youngest, female chief councillor.
It’s well known that Port Alberni has a high teen birth rate—but that’s not the only stat that teacher Anne Ostwald’s class finds worrying.
The lack of public consultation on the proposed sale of plywood lots A and B have waterfront advocates and some on city council up in arms.
City council is looking to make the entrance to Harbour Quay more appealing for residents and tourists alike, Mayor Mike Ruttan announced.
Thunder in the Valley won’t be the only race in town this summer with the Kinsmen Club’s soapbox derby flying down Argyle Street on July 30.
Work for the Alberni Valley Museum, tourism grant application for the city and more at the Port Alberni city hall this week.
Rainbow Gardens has updated expansion plans to include park space and recreational facilities, some Westporte residents still aren’t happy.
The Alberni Valley's Tseshaht First Nations members went to the polls on May 14 to elect a new executive council.
Port Alberni’s streets are about to be filled with cyclists—or at least that’s what Bike to Work week organizer Sarah Thomas is hoping for.
Coulson Aviation has won the United States Air Force contract install up to seven retardant delivery systems in C-130H model aircraft.
Have you ever been curious about the ships that come in and out of the Alberni Harbour? This Saturday, May 28, is your chance to find out.