Erin Haluschak

Proposed affordable housing, commercial space for Palace Place in downtown Courtenay

Plans are in place to proceed with a 39-unit, four-story mixed-use building

With video: Soaring above Mount Washington

The longest zip line on Vancouver Island officially opens its doors

Eureka cornerstone for adults living with mental illness in the Valley

Society encouraged by the shift of perspective on mental illness

Comox Valley Airport in ‘good stead to weather the financial turbulence’ from COVID-19

CVAC released accountability report following its annual public meeting

Application for third Comox cannabis store denied

Prime Cannabis Corp. submitted a proposal for a location in an existing building location.

Provincial funds help BC Ferries reverse course on Denman, Hornby sailing cuts

B.C’s transportation minister announces $180,000 to temporarily avoid cuts

Comox firefighters donate to electric vehicle charging station at firehall

“This environment-friendly project is just another great example of some of the many things they do.”

Comox Valley park signs reflect K’ómoks culture

The signs - 32 in total - also feature phonetic pronunciations at Seal Bay Park

Wife of missing Comox Valley man asks public to keep eyes open in the backcountry

Michael Gazetas of Courtenay has been missing since January.

Comox supports patio proposal for Land & Sea Brewing Company

Parking still an issue, council notes

BC Ferries Advisory Committee members resign following cuts to Denman, Hornby ferry service

“It feels like they’re downloading all those costs onto the community.”

Valley artist gifts B.C.’s health officer with symbolic hummingbird

A special connection brought the piece to Dr. Bonnie Henry’s desk in Victoria

Box of family slides found in Courtenay parking lot

“It’s somebody’s family history in photos - a decade of them.”

Comox Valley birthday girl raises more than $1,000 for food bank

Six-year-old Charley Urquhart created art to sell to friends, family and neighbours

SALUTE TO FRONTLINE WORKERS: Business as usual, with the ‘new normal’ in grocery stores

Goal of Thrifty Foods to provide safe environment for staff and customers

More flights slowly set to take off at Comox Airport

Pacific Coastal Airlines set to resume some service from YQQ to YVR

SALUTE TO FRONTLINE WORKERS: RCMP committed to serving the community

Comox Valley RCMP continue to protect residents through COVID-19 and beyond

Courtenay centenarian celebrates day with friends, family and a flypast

Jim McGillawee served in the Second World War

Courtenay centenarian celebrates day with friends, family and a flypast

Jim McGillawee served in the Second World War