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Re-establishing passenger rail on Vancouver Island had to start somewhere and the next step is to resurrect it in Port Alberni
Alberni coun Rob Cole has broken the silence saying leadership and team work—or lack of it—underpin the acrimony between mayor and council.
Port Alberni homeowners will be paying approximately two per cent more in residential tax this year.
An apology from Mayor John Douglas wasn’t enough to persuade his council to reconsider letting him go to Ottawa.
Lawyer's advice forces School District 70 trustees to rescind motion that would have closed two schools and re-purposed another in September
Construction is set to begin on a new $3 million single span bridge in Port Alberni.
Space Launch Canada and UVic are building three space satellites, two of which are to be launched from the West Coast with three years.
City staff in Alberni have been ordered to examine management and non-union staff wages with an eye to cutting them.
Alberni city council voted unanimously to support the province issuing a primary liquor licence to Char’s Landing on Argyle Street
Procedural issues have stalled a School District 70 decision to close two Alberni elementary schools.
The tension that has been simmering between Mayor John Douglas and Port Alberni city council is now a public visceral dislike
Alberni school trustees have voted to close Gill and Eighth Ave elementary schools and see all others retain their current configurations
There is no “good” decision to be made by School District 70 trustees about closing and reconfiguring schools in Alberni.
Coffee invoices have prompted Alberni's audit committee to ask city staff to review policies around mayor and council’s spending.
Port Alberni City Council shaved $1 million from the budget at a pair of special meetings over the past 10 days.
The Alberni Airborne have lifted off for another season. The team is headed to Comox on March 8 for a play day tournament.
A better accounting of City of Port Alberni projects which incur budget surplus positions is in order, Coun. Jack McLeman said.
A crew member aboard a freighter is in hospital after falling from a stairway on the outer deck of his ship at Port Alberni’s deep sea port.
Alberni Valley teachers are set to participate in a province-wide vote on a strike mandate, ADTU President Ken Zydyk said.
First-term councillor Rob Cole says Alberni could cope with four city councillors instead of the current six.