Scott Stanfield

I·SPARC recognizes three Comox Valley student athletes

Three Comox Valley students are among eight outstanding youth athletes from Vancouver Island recognized by the Premier's Awards for Indigenous Youth Excellence in Sport.

Ocean plastics motion passes in HOC

Courtenay-Alberni MP credits efforts of community

Merville Water Guardians appeal to Courtenay council

A Merville resident hopes Courtenay council will implement a bylaw prohibiting water bottling in any zoning to help protect the Comox Valley aquifer.

Courtenay council to weigh options for 5th Street Bridge

Deck repairs, recoating cheapest option

Director of IIHF World Junior Championship hails from Comox

Riley Wiwchar has been roaming around the country the past 11 years, organizing major events for Hockey Canada. His latest job is director of the 2019 IIHF (International Ice Hockey Federation) World Junior Championship, which starts Dec. 26 in Vancouver and Victoria.

Isfeld eighth at senior girls volleyball provincials

Mia Barber a second team all-star

Water treatment plant to be constructed

CVRD receives senior government funds

Comox Valley Extreme Weather Response activated

Shelter available at 632 Pidcock Ave.

Courtenay mayor to serve as regional district chair

The vote came down to name drawn from hat

Lush Valley requests lease renewal for community garden

Healthy, local food is at the heart of community well-being.

Transitioning back into the world

Courtenay man had been living outdoors before starting Sally Ann program

Hornby Island receives money to build affordable homes

$2.6 million will fund 26 homes

Courtenay golfer enjoys stellar season

Abigail Rigsby recovered from injury to win second tourney

Courtenay shelter adds cold weather beds

Extreme Weather Response yet to be activated

Coach recognized for contribution to youth soccer

Ash Mohtadi of the Comox Valley has received a BC Soccer Award of Merit for his long-time dedication to youth soccer.

Courtenay council holds inaugural meeting

Bob Wells takes mayor's seat

Black Creek runner hopes another Olympics in future

Cam Levins breaks national marathon record

Comox Valley postal workers hit picket lines

Rotating strikes began Oct. 22

Developer seeks nine court orders against CVRD

The Comox Valley Regional District has been served with a petition to the Supreme Court of B.C. that was filed by 3L Developments. The company is seeking nine court orders linked to the CVRD board's Oct. 2 decision to deny its application for an amendment to the Regional Growth Strategy to create a new settlement node. District solicitors are reviewing the petition and accompanying materials as they prepare to defend the claim.