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Drawing on his background in architecture and physics, Andy Thomas has created a do-it-yourself kit for people interested in constructing a small home.
Just one resident spoke at a Tuesday public hearing in Courtenay council chambers about a proposed cannabis retail store at Driftwood Mall.
Atrium at Braidwood to include independent, assisted and memory care units
The Comox Valley Regional District has decided to cancel the gazebo project which had been proposed at Nymph Falls Nature Park. The plan was to construct a three- by three-metre covered viewing platform at the falls.
Dillan Glennie prepares for Canada Winter Games
District constructing access route at Nymph Falls
Providence receives $3 million kickstart for first project
Young team prepares for national competition
These days, most food trucked in
A global study indicates one in 10 deaths are linked to alcohol consumption among those 15-49 years old.
City receives first referral for non-medical cannabis retailer
Landfilling remains cost-effective, says staff
Nate Doleman is an infielder on a college team in Iowa
Courtenay councillors have directed City staff to look into the options and implications of a regional recreation pass for the Comox Valley - something that many B.C. regions have in place. Victoria, for instance, offers one fee to access 12 facilities.
Soccer team kicks off year by beating division leader
John Howard KidStart program receives $7,500 grant
The number of non-rookie players on the Comox Valley Glacier Kings can be counted on one hand.
Vancouver Canucks Alumni helped the cause
A soccer team from Isfeld Secondary is one of three sides competing at an inaugural Special Olympics indoor tournament, Thursday, Jan. 24 at Ballenas Secondary in Parksville. The host school and Alberni District Secondary have also entered squads for the five-on-five tourney.