Mike Davies

Kwiakah First Nation looks to open farm at old Campbell River gun range

City defers decision on allowing it until they can consult with other local First Nations

Campbell River city council unanimous in support of fish farms

'I'm certainly not willing to roll over and accept a bad decision,' says one councilor

One dead after single-vehicle accident in Campbell River yesterday

'…we are hoping for a full recovery for both passengers,' says RCMP

Nomination period now open for Campbell River municipal by-election candidates

City officially receives Ministerial Order allowing expanded access to mail-in ballots

John Hart Dam seismic work in 2020 sets BC Hydro up for ‘a big year’ in 2021

Application for further work being submitted to BC Utilities Commission this year

Local single-family-home assessment rises 5.2 per cent in 2021

Average home in Campbell River value rises from from $441,000 to $464,000 year-over-year

Campbell River’s first baby of 2021 ‘definitely a miracle’

Harrowing ordeal for North Island couple ends in joy on the side of Highway 19

Campbell River Search and Rescue sees 28 per cent increase in calls in 2020

Although call increases have been creeping up over the past decade, 2020 saw a spike

Campbell River police searching for missing woman

Jane Leslie Walkus was last heard from on social media late on Dec. 31, 2020

The Campbell River Mirror’s top non-COVID-19 stories of 2020

There was a lot happening in the community this past year that didn't involve a global pandemic

COPING WITH COVID: Retail and grocery workers are ‘frontline,’ too

SPECIAL REPORT: A look back on the impact of COVID-19 on the frontlines in Campbell River

Campbell River musician pens a song he hopes won’t live forever

Rick Benn saw Christmas creeping up and knew he had to say something….

Registration open for Campbell River’s annual Members’ Show

Second consecutive year that the annual show will look very different from previous 37

Neighbourhood opposition sends developer back to drawing board

'This is not the location for a four-storey apartment building. It just isn't.'

Rockland/19A roundabout nears completion

City says there still may be some delays next year as supplementary work continues

Campbell River Art Gallery transformed into Fine Arts Sale until Dec. 22

Sale made up of 'thoughtfully selected, high quality fine art' by Vancouver Island artists

Campbell River tourism taking a huge hit due to COVID-19

Hotel occupancy numbers haven't decreased as much as other areas, however

Five safe after fire rips through Murphy Street home

Working smoke alarms save lives,' read the post on Twitter Saturday morning from the fire department

City of Campbell River to hold pandemic-safe by-election in February

Newly announced electoral officers will seek Ministerial Order to expand access to mail-in option

City of Campbell River gets 2021 tax increase down to 1.95 per cent

Combined with hospital and waste management fees, taxpayers actually pay less overall than in 2020