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The list outlines status of social agencies in the community
The Campbell River Transit System is now operating out of its new home at 1235 Evergreen Road.
The man reported missing to the Campbell River RCMP on March 30 was located on April 1 when searchers found his body.
Any day now our lawns will be covered with cheery, yellow dandelions and the bees will be happy to see one of their earliest sources of nectar and pollen back again.
Obviously it's been a messed up few weeks for ... well, everyone.
New date is November 8
Email or telephone only for planning, approval and engineering
City issues reminder about safe use of trails and green space
Centre dictates how city responds to COVID-19
Your recent headline and article claiming that the recent school board meeting was "shut down by anti SOGI protesters" did not accurately report the events of the School Board meeting March 10.
It is hard to fault someone for being cautious, but I am writing to express my disappointment in so many recreational trail systems being closed to the public. I wonder whether the decision makers have considered that:we all need to get out and be active every day. It is crucial for our physical and mental health.most of the time we are on these trails, we are not just 2 metres from others - we are 20, 200 or even 2000 metres from other peoplegetting exercise outdoors is a mere fraction of the risk from infection of going to the grocery storethe more trails get closed, the more pressure is put on the remaining ones, and the closer contact between users.
Students won't need to be on campus for coursework, labs or exams
Just because services, jobs, socializing have been put on hold, it doesn't mean your injuries have been as well.
July event to go as scheduled until further notice
Highway affected until late June
In response to the article published in print March 19th, 2020 in the Campbell River Mirror titled "Local critical care physician says health authority dropping the ball on COVID-19", our group feels it is important to clarify this anonymous statement by a "critical care physician" was not provided by any of the internal medicine physicians who staff the Intensive Care Unit and provide inpatient care at the Campbell River and District Hospital.
Ferries working on schedule shifts to keep workers safe
Bernard Eberlein was last seen in Campbell River on March 27
Freshwater Fisheries Society of B.C. seasonal trout stocking on private land temporarily halted
‘Do the right thing. Return the joy you have taken,’ – local driftwood artist asks for return of missing owl sculpture
Buckminster the Owl is missing from his usual perch at Stories Beach