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Sunday morning I received an unwanted email.
The Time of Things — a powerful exhibition of work by five Indigenous women - runs until Sept. 11
The Vancouver Whitecaps have their eye on a blossoming young talent in the Comox Valley.
Courtenay council gave second reading Monday to a development application for a pub/condo proposal near the Air Park.
North Island College's president and CEO has officially announced his plans to retire next spring.
A vehicle accident at the Old Island Highway and Comox Road on the weekend severely damaged the traffic signal controller for the intersection. The controller was destroyed beyond repair.
The Connect Warming Centre will continue to operate at 685 Cliffe Ave. in downtown Courtenay until the end of September, as approved by council June 29.
New students encouraged to take part in virtual sessions, webinars, video tours starting this summer
Searchers scoured Strathcona Park near Gold River for experienced 65-year-old on 40-kilometre trek
Vancouver Island MusicFest holds virtual celebration set for July 10
Council will raise issue with Province again through Union of BC Municipalities
Island Coastal Economic Trust funds help Sid Williams Theatre with infrastructure, training
Motions include writing Dr. Bonnie Henry, holding naloxone workshop
Province provides some funding for discretionary sailings over summer
Plans are in place to proceed with a 39-unit, four-story mixed-use building
District also wants to get a new roof on top of Mark R. Isfeld Secondary
Oyster River, Courtenay and Campbell River fire departments all respond to incident
Incident was part of a busy Canada Day for local police