Mike Davies

‘Uninsured minor’ allegedly destroys Tyee Club property with truck

Youth flees scene, found nearby and now faces 'numerous charges'

Jesse Roper and Vince Vaccaro take Campbell River fans on a wild ride

Metchosin bluesman shows once again why he's become one of our favourite performers

Campbell River food truck project to move forward, possibly expand outside downtown

Despite low vendor interest, public response was positive, including from downtown businesses

MIKE’S MUSINGS: Knowing when to call in a pinch hitter

Being a 'jack of all trades' is nice, but sometimes you just need someone better at a thing than you

Emergency Preparedness Tradeshow to again help Campbell Riverites prepare for the worst

Vendors, along with various educational opportunities, take over Thunderbird Hall Oct. 18

Basement e-training sends Campbell River cyclist to Europe

John Vanderveen didn't know what he was signing up for, but he's glad he clicked the button

Campbell River Storm drop two straight, but remain near the top of the standings

Loss in shootout against Nanaimo, followed by one-goal game at home has CR second in the North

Bourque and the Bruins boys bring benefit event to the Brindy

Oct. 6 event to support local charities, as well as Campbell River Minor Hockey

City of Campbell River announces new Social Grant application process for non-profits and charities

'This is addressing a need that we've had ever since I've been on council,' mayor says

Qwalayu House in Campbell River to be North Island families’ home away from home

$7-million facility to be modeled on Jeneece Place in Victoria

Hundreds gather in downtown Campbell River for climate rally

'All change begins at the margins of civilization, and islands are at the margins of civilization'

Walter Morgan studio a welcome addition to Campbell River arts facilities

Future of how it will be utilized still TBD, 'But sufficed to say, we've got some plans in the works'

Compromise found on grocery store size in south Campbell River subdivision

Approved increase less than developer wanted, but will still allow for some flexibility

MIKE’S MUSINGS: How I’m deciding how to vote next month

You don't vote for Prime Minister, so vote for who you want as your voice in that big room in Ottawa

City of Campbell River looks to improve environmental protection during development

Changes to mapping environmentally sensitive areas and how permitting process works is under review

Union says mediated negotiation with WFP has been ‘disappointing’

Striking forestry workers have been on picket lines since Canada Day

City of Campbell River to look at ‘weighted criteria’ system for tax exemptions for churches, charities and non-profits

New system, if any, will look to be implemented for the 2022 intake of applications

The conflicting ideas of economy and ecology examined in Ellingsen’s work

Artist talk for photographic exhibition The Last Stand is part of this weekend's Art & Earth Festival

Campbell River’s POTA is looking forward to an artsy autumn

Group's major fundraiser and extravaganza hits Tidemark Theatre Oct. 5

Long-awaited Jubilee Parkway intersection now open in south Campbell River

'When you have a plan for that long and it comes together just the way you hoped it would, it's exciting,' says Dan Samson