Scott Stanfield

Comox Valley reverend supports SOGI

Rev. Ingrid Brown is among hundreds of Christian leaders in B.C. who have petitioned Education Minister Rob Fleming to express their support of an educational resource concerning sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI).

Courtenay council recognizes longtime volunteer

Historian/musician has bettered the community

Pickleball players unhappy with scheduling of new courts

Six outdoor pickleball courts have opened at Highland Park in Comox

Developer denied by Comox Valley Regional District

Directors deny request to amend Regional Growth Strategy

Courtenay council approves pay hikes

At Monday's meeting, Courtenay council approved a remuneration bylaw to pay the mayor $72,300 per year, starting Jan. 1. Councillors will receive $25,332.

Courtenay Mayor caught off guard at pro-life rally

Larry Jangula says incident detracts from municipal issues

Courtenay mayoral candidates put to the test

Erik Eriksson, Larry Jangula, Harold Long and Bob Wells answered questions about traffic, taxes and other topics at a Courtenay Mayoral Candidates Breakfast, hosted by the Comox Valley Chamber of Commerce Wednesday at the Best Western.

Courtenay mayoral candidates put to the test

Erik Eriksson, Larry Jangula, Harold Long and Bob Wells answered questions about traffic, taxes and other topics at a Courtenay Mayoral Candidates Breakfast, hosted by the Comox Valley Chamber of Commerce Wednesday at the Best Western.

Supports service tax helping homeless in Courtenay

Latest count indicates greater number of homeless seniors

Associate pastor made early connections in Courtenay

Central Evangelical Free Church opens at former Record office

City of Courtenay takes measures to address disruptions

The City of Courtenay says maintaining access to businesses is a priority during construction of the Complete Street Pilot Project on Fifth Street. But one business owner feels more could be done to accommodate pedestrians.

Spencer O’Brien part of Indigenous Sport Gallery

Olympic snowboarder included in Hall of Fame exhibit

Footballers try to revive Island soccer challenge

Trophy predates Stanley Cup

Mixed feelings about rezoning application in Courtenay

Sean and Katie Doran hope to add a secondary suite to their East Courtenay home to accommodate their daughter, but some property owners in the vicinity of Mantle and Evergreen harbour concerns about rezoning in the neighbourhood.

Courtenay supportive housing complex under construction

Tenants can move in Feb. 1

Seminal British band performs in Courtenay

Wishbone Ash is approaching its 50th year of existence

Municipalities request fair share of pot revenues

UBCM resolution calls for 40 per cent of cannabis tax revenue

Tax exemption bylaw intends to stimulate downtown Courtenay

Erik Eriksson lone council member opposed

Cannabis production facility proposed for Courtenay

Proponents expect 60-100 workers will be needed

Suspended Courtenay pharmacist has licence revoked

Rudy Sanchez has been fined $115,000