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City of Courtenay staff has made some good recommendations lately, and council has made some wise decisions.
Was the B.C. Liberal government’s trotting out of local First Nations leaders to sign another treaty a case of pre-election grandstanding?
While restaurants expect diners to pay less, the real effect of return to PST are anyone's guess
The release of the BC Ferries Consultation and Engagement Summary Report completes a monumental exercise.
As an owner-guide, Jan Neuspiel speaks credibly when he says the popularity of backcountry skiing is growing by leaps and bounds.
For some time it has been apparent that Cumberland is tired of being dumped on by the rest of the Comox Valley.
John Duncan’s surprise resignation as minister of aboriginal affairs and northern development brings some answers — and questions.
Working together in lean times is the key to riding out tourism storm
It took a cultural shift to battle drinking and driving, perhaps it’s time to make another shift so fewer pedestrians die in our streets.
This past weekend marked B.C.’s first Family Day statutory holiday.
Variations of the expression "the pen is mightier than the sword" can be traced to before the birth of Christ.
Everyone involved might feel cautiously optimistic about a new framework to negotiate a contract for teachers.
A letter to the editor by S.M. Smith in last Friday’s Record is generating some buzz.
The onus is on the individual to defend wrongful drinking and driving charges
We say: Tories' penchant for all-encompassing legislation could do serious damage to the economy
E&N rail: Beleaguered track on its last legs, governments need to stop playing and go all in
One downside of living in this gorgeous place known as the Comox Valley is a shortage of high-paying jobs.
Governments at all levels take more from taxpayers in 2013.
Put aside for a moment any pro or anti bias you have for the Fraser Institute.
“It can’t be done,” president Dianne Hawkins heard a lot about the Comox Valley Chamber of Commerce’s Top 40 Under 40 Awards.