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Port Alberni city council voted in favour of reducing the Alberni Valley Bulldogs operating expenses by 50 per cent for the next two years
Enhanced earthquake alert capability is behind an Ocean Networks Canada initiative to install new sensors in Alberni.
Cindy Sjoholm is fundraising for the city's less fortunate with an initiative with the Port Alberni Shelter Society.
Alberni South Asian community to ask city for Harbour Quay monument honouring Komagata Maru passengers who almost landed here in 1914.
The VAST education centre and Hummingbird Child Care Services help Alberni teen moms navigate life as new parents and returning students.
The driver of an ambulance that plunged 33 metres into Kennedy Lake in 2010 likely fell asleep at the wheel, a BC Coroner's report noted.
Alberni parents will need to make other plans for their school-age children after BC teachers served one-day strike notice for May 27
SD70 trustees called for a meeting with the Vancouver Island School Trustees Association to talk amalgamation with other school districts
Amalgamating with another school district and sharing services may be the only thing that stops school closures in the Alberni Valley
School District 70 officials want to use the district’s $900,000 surplus to balance its debt and keep existing programs and services.
The Alberni Bulldogs’ fiscal fate will hinge on a decision from the Alberni-Clayoquot Region District.
Alberni has the highest per capita rate of teen moms in BC. But two teens raising kids and going to school say they're more than a statistic
A special SD70 pilot project combines computer tablets with books as a new way to learn in a Grade 5 class at Alberni Elementary School.
A lawsuit may be at the centre of why dividends haven’t been paid to the city of Alberni for its stake in the Upnit Power Corporation.
The Alberni Valley Track Club competed in the Bob Dailey Memorial track event on May 3-4.
RCMP have recommended assault charges against one of their own officers following the handling of a prisoner at the Alberni RCMP detachment
A trio of Alberni doctors is being forced to pay $180,000 in damages to a colleague after the Supreme Court ruled that they defamed him
BCHL: Alberni Valley Bulldogs are a year behind in ice rental payments; community ownership model a challenge to work with for society
Uptown businesses in Alberni take action against graffiti with new kits.
The Alberni Valley Bulldogs want the city to reduce their ice rental fee by 50 per cent to help the team balance its budget.