Campbell River Mirror

Kwiakah First Nation looks to open farm at old Campbell River gun range

City defers decision on allowing it until they can consult with other local First Nations


Necessary and important speech will often, perhaps almost always, offend someone

In this time of cancel culture, mainstream media bias, and the extraordinary control of the information by social media giants, your recent opinion that "Freedom of Speech (is ) Not Without Limits" was appallingly shallow.

  • Jan 16, 2021


Hama?Elas Community Kitchen progress shared

Strategic planning, progress made on various projects also discussed at CRDCEH meeting

  • Jan 15, 2021


B.C. forestry companies agree to abide by cedar protocols drafted by Indigenous council

Western Forest Products and Interfor Corporation among companies to adapt declaration drafted by Nanwakolas Council

  • Jan 14, 2021

Campbell River city council unanimous in support of fish farms

'I'm certainly not willing to roll over and accept a bad decision,' says one councilor

Landmark deal sees B.C. forest firms treat big cedars like a First Nation would

Western Forest Products, Interfor among companies to adapt declaration drafted by Nanwakolas Council

  • Jan 14, 2021

One dead after single-vehicle accident in Campbell River yesterday

'…we are hoping for a full recovery for both passengers,' says RCMP

Salmon farm decision did not come out of the blue

Dear North Vancouver Island Mayors,

  • Jan 14, 2021

Aquaculture companies to blame for job loss, not DFO

I have seen lots of stories lately in the Campbell River Mirror criticizing the federal government's decision to fallow some fish farms in the Brighton Archipelago.

  • Jan 13, 2021

BC Hydro crew worked under crazy conditions

A Symphony of Fireworks of thanks to the heroes of the BC Hydro crew, who worked in the craziest of conditions on Tuesday, Jan. 5 to restore power to our neighbourhood, after a large portion of a tree came down on our power lines.

  • Jan 13, 2021

Comox, Quadra Island and upper-Island legions receive federal funding

The funding is part of the $20 million Veterans Organizations Emergency Support Fund

  • Jan 13, 2021

Nomination period now open for Campbell River municipal by-election candidates

City officially receives Ministerial Order allowing expanded access to mail-in ballots

Physically tough, but mentally relaxing

It's winter. I am usually just returning from down south and having to adapt to the colder weather.

POTA to open arts boutique

Profits to be returned to artists in Campbell River

  • Jan 13, 2021

Aquaculture industry is under seige and needs our support

I was alarmed to learn recently that our federal government had unilaterally stopped all license renewals for 17 fish farms in the Discovery Islands, which will put hundreds of families in our community out of work.

  • Jan 12, 2021

Fired Gold River fire chief breaks silence, claims ‘wrongful termination’ by council

The fired chief implored firefighters who walked out in solidarity to 'stay on and protect the community'

  • Jan 12, 2021

Fisheries minister and MP Blaney talk about economic transition plans for Vancouver Island re: fish farm decision

Suggestions involve holding an economic development summit for North Island with feds and regional stakeholders

  • Jan 12, 2021

Listening to podcast while driving with your phone beside you not distracted driving, judge rules

Campbell River man appeals ticket, saying he was not touching the phone while podcast played

Campbell River’s new crime year kicks off with bear spray incident at courthouse

With great joy, Campbell River RCMP waved goodbye to 2020 and hoped to say hello to it's much better behaved cousin, 2021.