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Members of Comox Valley Pride are hoping for sunshine as their annual Pride Weekend approaches.
The wheels on Comox Valley buses went round and round with more and more passengers in 2006.
After a brief hiatus, longtime resident Graeme Lister has returned to the Comox Valley.
Conservation officers teamed up with local RCMP on the Canada Day weekend to spot and stop hazardous boating behaviour.
Merri Schwartz was frustrated when she founded Growing Chefs, a Vancouver-based non-profit organization.
With Comox Valley roots, Carl Heinrich is the second person from B.C. to take the title of Top Chef Canada.
If you haven’t considered membership with the Courtenay Legion, Legion Week is your opportunity to.
A heart-warming tale of charity and goodwill has emerged from the “big, bad front page stories” from an ongoing BCTF labour dispute.
Professional football player turned celebrity trainer Tommy Europe is hosting a “no-nonsense, tough love” fitness bootcamp in Comox.
Mayor Larry Jangula of Courtenay and Mayor Paul Ives of Comox are reaping the benefits of an active and healthy lifestyle.
“The Comox Valley has been a good friend,” says a nostalgic Robin Rivers as she discusses plans for a cross-country move.
Stage presence divides “good” musicians from “great” musicians, claims Parsons.
Two groups and one individual from the Comox Valley have been nominated to receive Islands Trust Community Stewardship Awards.
Sue bishop raised roughly $150 for a charity that assists underprivileged children suffering from medical hair loss.
Comox Valley residents are invited to help local youngster Amethyst Hamersley battle cystic fibrosis.
After traversing surf and turf on a trans-island journey, a Victoria home arrived safely at its Comox Valley destination Thursday.