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Efforts to bring refugees to Parksville Qualicum Beach down to paperwork

One group's selected family is a young mother and father who met in a refugee camp in Jordan and now have a baby girl

Locals earn B.C. Winter Games medals

Two local athletes brought home medals from the B.C. Winter Games which wrapped up in Penticton Feb. 28.

Putting together a waterfront plan in Qualicum Beach

Next meeting is March 16 at the Qualicum Beach Civic Centre

Wounded Warriors run through Parksville Qualicum Beach

The group raising awareness of PTSD stopped at Legions in Bowser, Qualicum Beach and Bowser

Parksville Qualicum Beach Rotary Club members do some building in Mexico

Sixteen people from the Parksville Qualicum Beach area on the job

Qualicum town council sends project back to planning committee, again

The main debate surrounded the proposed 10.94 metre height of the back buildings in a zone with a maximum height of 10m (32.8 feet)

Town of Qualicum Beach busy in the Heritage Forest

That and other briefs from town council's meeting this week

THURSDAY SPOTLIGHT: Food supply after a disaster?

Do you know where your food would come from after 'The Big One'?

Doctor shortage highlighted in Qualicum Beach public hearing

Some people wondering why town council would want to re-zone The Commons when there are empty offices downtown

Damage, but no injuries, in Parksville house fire

Most of the damage was done to the exterior of the building

Forward House conducting a research project in Parksville Qualicum Beach

Also, the society is looking for someone to donate a truck

Qualicum Beach council considers zoning for doctors to have offices in the Commons

'The bigger picture is trying to attract more doctors,' says the mayor

MLA Stilwell says people in Parksville Qualicum Beach will see benefits from budget

Meanwhile, MLA Fraser says changes to MSP payments only symbolic

Local woman earns Purple Angel distinction

Deanna Breuker is working to establish programs in Parksville Qualicum Beach

Bareroots: yoga, nutrition and bear education

A lover of health, bears and a yoga teacher in the Iyengar tradition for more than 25 years.

Family continues to search for missing 81-year-old Bowser man

Officials called off the search last week but RCMP say they will continue to follow leads

Parksville’s Bayside Resort employees no longer represented by a union

Employees voted to de-certify late last year but vote not counted until January

Official search called off for missing Bowser man

Family says it will continue its search for 81-year-old James Roberts

Politicians said to recede when the waters do on Martindale Road near Parksville

Residents' association not happy with the lack of action from different levels of government to their recurring flood issues

Warriors getting ready to run through Parksville Qualicum Beach

This B.C. branch of the national run raised $40k for Wounded Warriors Canada last year