Stretch, run

!Photo by Terry Farrell Bill Parkinson and his nine-year-old son Ian stretch before heading out for the 2014 Terry Fox Run on Sunday morning at the Comox Valley Sports Centre track. Approximately 120 runners and walkers showed up for the event, and raised in excess of $7,800.  “Thank you to all the amazing volunteers that helped today and to the local mayors Paul Ives (Comox) and Larry Jangula (Courtenay) and the elected officials that came and helped,” said event co-ordinator Dawn Stevens. “Overall it was an amazing Day!” Stevens also thanked entertainers Black Swan Fiddlers, Helen Austin, and David Somers and the Celtic Band, Bouncer’rama for donating the bounce castle, Yummies and Gyro’s, the Eagle, and Water Pure and Simple. - Terry Farrell
  • posted Sep 15, 2014 at 3:00 PM


B.C. teachers ponder tentative deal ahead of vote

  • updated Sep 18, 2014 at 2:38 AM

Teachers debate tentative contract ahead of vote that could reopen B.C. schools


BCTF touts deal in email to members

  • posted Sep 16, 2014 at 8:00 PM

About 850 new teaching positions to be created each year, pay increase 7.5% without "cooperative gains" included, union says


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  • updated Sep 17, 2014 at 12:59 PM

Jim Iker says tentative settlement offers raises and better benefits, plus a lump sum to compensate for past grievances


Premier Clark praises 'historic' teacher deal (VIDEO)

  • updated Sep 17, 2014 at 12:57 PM

B.C. schools could be open by Monday, Education Minister Peter Fassbender says strike days will be made up

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