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Courtenay couple share personal stories to bring awareness to heart month
Eight-time Maple Blues winner Carlos del Junco and his Blues Mongrels return to the Sid Williams Theatre to feature songs from his latest CD release Hang On.
Description is of a man in an older, boxy white sedan
G.P. Vanier hosting North Island Skills Canada Regional Event
RCMP issue warning about the fears unproven social media reports can generate
Organizers release schedule for stops on this year's relay run on the Island
Duncan Whetter is a commanding presence on the football field.
After a two-year hiatus, Pleasure Craft Theatre is back again with its seventh season of comedy improv soap opera to die for: Dodgewood P.I. Who killed Trixie Whippet?
A development proposal adjacent to the Crown Isle Resort and Golf Community has stalled at the crucial third reading while Courtenay council awaits further information from City staff.
Women Who Inspire Conference and Concert at Filberg Centre March 1
The Kumugwe Cultural Society has asked Courtenay council to contribute $5,000 towards a project in memory of murdered and missing Indigenous women and girls in Canada, particularly on Vancouver Island.
Groundhog Day is long past, and Valentine's Day has come and gone, so kick off the winter's blues, it's time to be having a good old-fashioned Spring Fling.
Mattias Beck, 15, received an extra special start for Make-A-Wish trip
Possible measures include cross-boundary transfer closures, modular buildings
For the first time in many years, the Mark Isfeld senior boys basketball team entered the North Island playoff tournament as underdogs in each of the three games they played. The triple-A tourney was last weekend in Port Alberni.
Building once served a different role in a different community
In only his second year in the sport, Sebastian Lambert of Denman Island was selected to play with the B.C. U14 team that competed in December at the Snoop Youth Football League National Championship in Los Angeles. Rapper Snoop Dogg founded the non-profit league for inner-city children to play football.
"Someone is taking from an organization trying to help cats who are surviving in the wild."