Learn cedar bark harvesting and use from renowned artist Wayne Bell

Learn cedar bark harvesting and use from renowned artist Wayne Bell

Cedar bark harvesting is an ancient and respected tradition amongst the peoples of this area.

  • Apr 26, 2017
Learn cedar bark harvesting and use from renowned artist Wayne Bell

Think on These Things: Experience the joy of sins forgiven

No one said a word to me, but on my own I made it clear to my Mom, "I need to receive Jesus as my Saviour."

Hospital tour on MARS AGM agenda

A tour of the new wildlife hospital and property will follow the Mountainaire Avian Rescue Society’s (MARS) Wildlife Rescue annual general meeting at Merville Hall this Saturday from 10:30 a.m .till noon.

  • Apr 24, 2017
Mike Davies/Campbell River Mirror                                 Mayor Andy Adams (right) tells Ken Blackburn, executive director of the Campbell River Arts Council, that celebrating the life and legacy of Sybil Andrews each April 19 is one of many great ways the community is promoting arts and culture in the city.

Campbell River celebrates Sybil

Each April 19, the community celebrates one of its own and the legacy she’s left

Mike Davies/Campbell River Mirror                                 Mayor Andy Adams (right) tells Ken Blackburn, executive director of the Campbell River Arts Council, that celebrating the life and legacy of Sybil Andrews each April 19 is one of many great ways the community is promoting arts and culture in the city.
Spring brings fresh asparagus

Spring brings fresh asparagus

Local fruits and veggies will start making an appearance at the farmers’ markets

  • Apr 23, 2017
Spring brings fresh asparagus
Vicki McLeod.

#Untrending: Balancing online and offline experiences

In her book The Power of Off, psychotherapist Nancy Colier explores mindful ways to stay sane in a virtual world.

  • Apr 23, 2017
Vicki McLeod.
Campbell River family reflects on Vimy 100th anniversary participation

Campbell River family reflects on Vimy 100th anniversary participation

A lifetime of memories created; sense of pride shared

  • Apr 22, 2017
Campbell River family reflects on Vimy 100th anniversary participation

Remember how you played as a child?

Why does Earth Day Canada care so much, and why should you?

(L-r) Volunteers such as Barriere’s Della Jeffers and Germaine Hartfield have been supporting their community through volunteering for many years.  Here they are pictured selling daffodils to Fundraise for the Canadian Cancer Society Barriere branch to Star/Journal staffer Michelle Johnson.  Johnson is also a committed volunteer for her community, she is currently serving as an officer for Barriere Search and Rescue, and both the elementary and secondary school PACs.

Thank you to our community and Canadian volunteers

April 23 to 29, 2017, is National Volunteer Week in Canada

(L-r) Volunteers such as Barriere’s Della Jeffers and Germaine Hartfield have been supporting their community through volunteering for many years.  Here they are pictured selling daffodils to Fundraise for the Canadian Cancer Society Barriere branch to Star/Journal staffer Michelle Johnson.  Johnson is also a committed volunteer for her community, she is currently serving as an officer for Barriere Search and Rescue, and both the elementary and secondary school PACs.
The playground at Barriere Elementary provides a great opportunity for kids such as Claire Arcand to EarthPLAY next door to Fadear Park.

Celebrate Earth Day on April 22 with EarthPLAY

Why does Earth Day Canada care so much, and why should you?

The playground at Barriere Elementary provides a great opportunity for kids such as Claire Arcand to EarthPLAY next door to Fadear Park.
Stork Report

Stork Report

Babies born to parents in the North Okanagan in April 2017

  • Apr 21, 2017
Stork Report
Lepp Farm Market to give away $25 gift certificate

Lepp Farm Market to give away $25 gift certificate

This month’s featured recipe is Mexican Turkey Chili

  • Apr 21, 2017
Lepp Farm Market to give away $25 gift certificate
Anja Sorensen walks the runway in a dress made out of all window coverings during last year’s Trashion Show.

Second annual Revelstoke Trashion Show this Saturday

The second annual Birch & Lace Trashion Show takes place this Saturday, April 22, at the Rockford Restaurant

Anja Sorensen walks the runway in a dress made out of all window coverings during last year’s Trashion Show.
Cooking in Langley: Shrimp dish for Cinqo de Mayo

Cooking in Langley: Shrimp dish for Cinqo de Mayo

Chef Dez offers up a spicy shrimp dish.

  • Apr 20, 2017
Cooking in Langley: Shrimp dish for Cinqo de Mayo

Cedric awards deadline extended

Senior writers are getting an extra month to submit their work to the third annual Cedric Literary Awards

Mike Davies/Campbell River Mirror                                 Recent transplant to Campbell River, Tobyn Pearson, is inviting anyone interested in trying a fun new passtime to join him in Robert Ostler Park downtown on Sunday mornings beginning May 28 – when the weather is hopefully more cooperative.

Juggling his way into Campbell River

Tobyn Pearson wants to get people chucking things around in Robert Ostler Park

Mike Davies/Campbell River Mirror                                 Recent transplant to Campbell River, Tobyn Pearson, is inviting anyone interested in trying a fun new passtime to join him in Robert Ostler Park downtown on Sunday mornings beginning May 28 – when the weather is hopefully more cooperative.
Muscat or Moscato? White wines that taste like grapes!

Muscat or Moscato? White wines that taste like grapes!

Today’s most commonly available Muscat (…or Moscato) wines are made in an off dry style

  • Apr 19, 2017
Muscat or Moscato? White wines that taste like grapes!
Local sights feature in children’s novel

Local sights feature in children’s novel

Young readers will have fun discovering some of their favourite locales in kids’ historical novel

  • Apr 19, 2017
Local sights feature in children’s novel
A rainy morning did not discourage the dozens of children who showed up at Spirit Square last Saturday to enjoy Burns Lake’s annual egg hunt.

Burns Lake egg hunt attracts dozens of children 

A rainy morning did not discourage the dozens of children who showed up at Spirit Square last Saturday

  • Apr 19, 2017
A rainy morning did not discourage the dozens of children who showed up at Spirit Square last Saturday to enjoy Burns Lake’s annual egg hunt.
The Granville Island public market has a great inside food court where people can also step outside, sit on the benches, and share their food with the birds.

A fun day photographing Granville Island

Making Pictures With Professional Photographer John Enman

The Granville Island public market has a great inside food court where people can also step outside, sit on the benches, and share their food with the birds.