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The City of Courtenay is making some adjustments within its senior staff ranks before Chief Administrative Officer David Allen retires on Sept. 30.
Record farming sales last year in B.C. indicate a solid foundation is in place to build a path towards economic recovery, says the Ministry of Agriculture.
It's safe to say that Kevin Reid has a unique perspective on real estate in the Comox Valley.
Pair had been hiking Flower Ridge trail
LETTER – It’s appalling that the aquaculture industry is getting free money to clean up its own mess
The Courtenay and District Museum is hosting Finding a Voice: Gender, Sexuality and Music Through the Work of Elinor Dunsmuir, a travelling exhibition produced by Craigdarroch Castle.
Office provides a place for families and others to get therapies under one roof
Johns, Blaney both call for more early years investments from Liberals
CSWM will also take a look at effect of COVID-19 on finances
Training not only good for the members from the Cold Lake squadron, but for those at 19 Wing as well
Forecast for water supply projections through September is well below normal
The ferry cables caused significant shedding along the shores of Denman Island
Council approves reallocating some funding to fix up courts
CF-18's from 409 Tactical Fighter Squadron will be operating out of CFB Comox from July 16-20
Tom Shaw spent four years in England during the Second World War
Comox Valley Airport cafe using time away to seek our new offerings
Bob Castle's Under The Glacier cartoon for July 15, 2020
The Comox Valley Sharks are back in the water.
It may not be a large chunk of change in the scheme of things, but Courtenay-Alberni MP Gord Johns is encouraged by an $8.3 million federal contribution to clean up ocean debris.