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Formerly located at Victoria Quay, the weekly summer market is moving to take advantage of more space and less wind at Clutesi.
The city is moving ahead with the sale of former plywood lots A and B to the owners of Canadian Alberni Engineering for $250,000.
A car caught fire just after 11 a.m today (May 19) in the 4500 block of Elizabeth Street.
Preparations for Thunder in the Valley are underway at Stamp Avenue.
Port Alberni’s longest three streets could soon be amalgamated into one
Harbour Quay will soon get musical, thanks to four girls in Anne Ostwald’s social justice class at Alberni District Secondary School.
The Port Alberni Port Authority will open up the waterfront to the public with a Port Day celebration on Saturday, May 28.
Advocacy group hope that Bike to Work week will inspire longterm bicycle use
Alberni District Secondary students are hoping to have smoking banned in cars across the city.
Day care spaces lacking in the Alberni Valley, according to a childcare consultant.
The Coulson Group is exploring alternate options for the Hawaii Mars waterbomber, according to CEO Wayne Coulson.
Alberni Valley residents will soon have a better idea of what’s going into their inlet, thanks to West Coast Aquatic.
The City of Port Alberni has begun dredging the former Catalyst Sewage lagoon, said major projects advisor Ken Watson.
Kids follow the lifecycle of coho salmon from the classroom to Kitsuksis Creek out at McLean Mill.
A fourth First Nation is considering joining the Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District.
The ACRD board had voted unanimously at the end of March to award the $4.2 million airport expansion contract to Bowerman Excavating.
The neighbours are looking towards a brighter future thanks to the Huu-ay-aht’s property purchases
The elementary school sustained only minor damage,according to the Port Alberni Fire Department.
The province of Alberta has contracted one of Coulson Aviation's Sikorsky S-61's to fight the 2,600 hectare fire raging near Fort McMurray.
West Coast Aquatic fulfills dream of education centre