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Nyoka Design Labs has added another $5,000 in prize money to its coffers.
Coast Range Cannabis has applied to the City of Courtenay to operate a store at the Crown Isle shopping centre. If approved, it would be the seventh retail cannabis establishment in Courtenay, but only the second store east of the Courtenay River. Of the other six approved locations, four stores are operating, while two (Driftwood Mall and 576 England Ave.) are still in the licensing phase.
In the opinion of a former member of Courtenay council, a year's postponement of the 5th Street Bridge rehabilitation project would be a good idea.
Courtenay council approved second reading of a rezoning application to subdivide a property at 1550 Willemar Ave. Owner Shannon Black hopes to subdivide the lot as a strata with a common private road access in the driveway, leaving the house in place and building five single detached houses behind it.
Courtenay council has approved a one-year lease extension and continued in-kind support for the Connect Warming Centre at 685 Cliffe Ave.
Six games into the 2020/21 Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League season, the Comox Valley Glacier Kings have won three and lost three.
The Comox Valley United men's soccer team defeated Gorge FC 2-1, Saturday at the Vanier turf. With two wins and a loss, CVU sits in a three-way tie for second place in the top division of the Vancouver Island Soccer League.
World Community presents The Great Disconnect, Oct. 20, 21
The Comox Valley Regional District has initiated legal action against Amandio Santos, whose rental properties have caused numerous complaints from residents in various municipalities.
Jagmeet Singh, leader of Canada's New Democratic Party, paid a visit to Courtenay, Friday at the Comox Valley Art Gallery, where he met with Ronna Rae Leonard — BC NDP candidate for the Courtenay—Comox riding — and K'omoks First Nation Elder Barb Whyte.
Bill Kelly, general manager at Crown Isle Resort & Golf Community, has been named executive professional of the year by the Professional Golfers' Association of BC, while the course itself earned facility of the year honours.
Utility installation is underway on the Condensory Bridge to provide water and sewer services to the K'ómoks First Nation community.
Sean Hayes has entered the professional ranks of his sport by winning a strongman competition, Saturday, Oct. 3 in Quebec City.
Courtenay-based Nyoka Design Labs has won a $2,500 prize in a regional competition hosted by Startup Canada, qualifying for the national finals Oct. 20.
An area near the Bevan Trail network slated for logging in the next few weeks has caused a groundswell of opposition, especially on the Friends of Bevan Trails Facebook page.
Disc golf provides an inexpensive means of playing a game while enjoying some time outside. It's played like golf, but instead of hitting a ball into a hole, players throw a streamlined disc into a metal basket.
A Comox Valley basketball product has won a prestigious fellowship that will provide an inside view of the Toronto Raptors organization.
The LUSH Valley Food Action Society has proposed to partner with the City to manage McPhee Meadows — riverfront property in the Old Orchard area, donated by the family of the late Robert McPhee — as an educational/demonstration community orchard. The society envisions an outdoor classroom and experiential learning space. Ideally, a plan would be ready by early next year for planting and pruning.
Courtenay council approved first reading for a subdivision proposal in the western boundary of the city.
The Comox Valley United men's team unleashed a 5-1 thumping over Juan de Fuca to mark its return to the first division of the Vancouver Island Soccer League, Saturday at the Vanier turf.