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Titanic, Avatar director Cameron is the new owner of the Comox Valley's Beaufort Vineyard and Estate Winery.
A group of about 60 concerned Denman Island community members protested outside the community's elementary school Thursday.
Some rural agency stores are concerned the Province's plan to allow alcohol sales in grocery stores will force them to close their doors.
North Island fantasy writer Justin Cuff plans to make his novel come to life in the form of a video game.
Beaufort Vineyard and Estate Winery officially belongs to new "high-profile" owners Feb. 6, according to Beaufort founder Jeff Vandermolen.
North Island College students will pay two per cent more for their domestic tuition again next year.
Courtenay's Ken MacLeod recently opened his mail to discover a hand-signed letter from iconic Second World War songstress Dame Vera Lynn.
Cumberland residents will use an automated voting machine to cast their votes during the 2014 municipal elections.
A seven-year-old Courtenay boy has raised nearly $1,400 in memory of a therapy dog called Faith.
Cumberland council approved a new, less-expensive option to stabilize the Stevens Lake dam.
Imagine bringing home different toys for your children every couple of weeks.
Allen Edgar was surprised to see a car he owned about 65 years ago when he was flipping through the 2014 Comox Valley Heritage Calendar.
When some would be sad and depressed, Gwyn Frayne is still smiling and inspiring others.
Cumberland council will have a chance Monday to discuss whether the Village can afford to spend money on a youth co-ordinator.
Mount Washington Alpine Resort expects more warm temperatures this week, and there’s no precipitation in sight for the mountain.
Comox Valley students will test the might of their robotic creations Saturday at the Vancouver Island VEX Robotics Tournament.
Island Health's controversial patient care model will not affect staffing at St. Joseph's General Hospital.
A single mom in Courtenay teaches her kids essential life skills using the ocean, whether that means smooth sailing or rough waters.
Cumberland council gave first and second reading Monday to the Village's updated Official Community Plan.
Poor, young Mexican mothers will soon receive hand-made clothes for their children, thanks to sewing students at a Courtenay school.