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UPDATED: House experiences extensive damage, no one inside at the time
Jenessa Shacter was last seen going for a walk in downtown Courtenay
Online survey about waste pickup for most rural residents runs until Sept. 11
The City of Courtenay has received a rezoning application for an apartment complex at 801 Ryan Rd., between Superstore and the Mex Pub.
Bob Castle's Under The Glacier cartoon for Aug. 5, 2020
Courtenay-Alberni MP Gord Johns is asking the federal government to offer a larger window to fishers to apply for benefits under the Fish Harvester Benefit and Grant Program aimed at helping them deal with the economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Action comes with a price tag but the alternative is immoral and expensive
Community's Waldorf team put Daily Wonder together to help students, families
Black Creek artist Brian Scott's latest mural is called Habibi, or 'I love you' in Lebanese.
The Comox Museum and the Pearl Ellis Art Gallery are opening on Thursday, Aug. 6.
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Crown Isle Ladies Club 2-day Eclectic Tournament winners :
Comox Valley athletes dominated the B.C.'s Strongest Man/Woman competition, Saturday, Aug. 1 at Valley View Park in Courtenay.
New and returning North Island College students are being welcomed to the fall term differently this year, with the launch of NIC's first fully virtual orientation.
Toronto was slated to be the host city for the 2020 World Masters Track and Field Championships. But like most other sports competitions, the July event was cancelled due to the coronavirus.
The City of Courtenay has released the draft 2019 Annual Report highlighting progress on Council's strategic priorities, as well as the audited financial statements.
North Island College offers resources to help guide students through COVID-impacted 2020-2021 school year
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Officers believe the needle was put there with the intent to harm someone
The Comox Valley Exhibition is a go for 2020.