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Council approves $25,000 request from St. George's United
Public has until April 21 to provide feedback
Courtenay council passed third reading of a bylaw to regulate the business use of single-use plastics.
Eighty-some people comprising the Curtis Road Residents Association are tired of living in a smelly neighbourhood. They say they've lived with foul odours since the Comox Valley Water Pollution Control Centre (CVWPCC) was commissioned in 1984.
Anna Everson is recovering at BC Children's Hospital
Rachel Blaney says her new role as the NDP's Critic for Veterans Affairs has been fulfilling and disheartening since receiving the appointment last month.
3v3 basketball tourney growing in popularity
A crew from Comox Valley Ground Search and Rescue attended Thursday afternoon to an injured mountain biker on Forbidden Plateau. The man suffered a dislocated ankle and fractured lower tibia (shin bone).
Organizers not allowed onto 3L property
Woodsmere Holdings of Victoria has submitted an application to build a pair of four-storey apartment buildings at 2600 Mission Rd. near the Courtenay Hospital.
Emilly Johnston is making a habit of finding her way to the podium.
MPs vote in favour of Bill S-203
On the first day of April in 1999, Sensei Don Roe opened the doors at Kenpo Karate. Twenty years later, he continues to run the school at its original location below Smitty's restaurant on Comox Avenue.
The owner of a window cleaning service is facing a crisis Friday, April 12 when Stage 4 water restrictions come into effect for the Comox Valley Water System. The restrictions last until April 22 during an emergency water pipe repair.
With a year of USports basketball under his belt, a bigger, stronger Levi Timmermans will soon be home preparing for his sophomore season at the University of Saskatchewan.
Stan and Judy Hagen made the first donation to Courtenay's memorial bench program in 1997. In 2008, the program was put on hold. Since then, more than 100 people have asked to be put on a waiting list in case the program is reinstated.
A third cannabis retailer has been given the green light to operate in Courtenay.
Courtenay council has adopted a bylaw to authorize a housing agreement that requires a rental property with a history of problem tenants to be owner-occupied.
Thaskani Mtawali plans to take his basketball talents to Vancouver Island University in Nanaimo, where he has been offered a President's Scholarship. He will study sciences while playing for the Mariners squad that won the national collegiate championships last month. His new team includes Isfeld alumnus Nick Xylinas, who has one year remaining with the Mariners.
Sport BC has named Pam Ross its female coach-of-the-year for 2019.