Erin Haluschak

Courtenay highlighted on Airbnb’s ‘20 Destinations to Visit’ list

The municipality is the only Canadian city to make the list

Courtenay hotel recognized for outstanding quality standards

The hotel is rated on a variety of factors relative to other hotels in their group.

Comox Valley voter questions distance to voting station

A Comox Valley resident is wondering why she has to go more than 15km to Merville in order to vote

Comox Valley fire department ready for Fire Prevention Week

The campaign works to educate everyone about actions they can take to keep safe.

Canadian Mint presses unique coin designed by Comox Valley artist

Kwakwaka’wakw artist Andy Everson previously designed coins, but never one in such a unique shape.

Canadian Mint presses unique coin designed by Island artist

Kwakwaka’wakw artist Andy Everson previously designed coins, but never one in such a unique shape.

Two Valley community projects finalists for Governor General’s History Award

Cumberland and District Historical Society and the Kumugwe Cultural Society have been recognized

Fundraisers in place to improve quality of life for Comox Valley quadriplegic

Emily Ferreira’s injuries the result of a motor vehicle incident in Courtenay in 2018

Courtenay’s Forbidden Brewing Company closes its doors

The FBC’s lease expired at the end of September

Courtenay bus depot set to close in October

Customers will have to pick up the bus curbside by the Driftwood Mall

Kelowna developer proposing more than 200 rental units in Comox

Highstreet Ventures has presented Comox council with a four-building development at 695 Aspen Road.

RCMP involved in Comox town staff investigation

“All employees are anxious to ensure this matter is resolved as soon as possible.”

Health care, housing discussed as Singh makes campaign stop in Courtenay

Singh spent about an hour chatting during a Q&A in downtown Courtenay with supporters

Junction tenant questions safety at Courtenay’s supportive housing facility

“When I first moved in, I felt safe. I don’t feel safe now.”

Final installation of red dress campaign set for Comox

The installation will hang from Sunday, Sept. 29 to Sunday, Oct. 6. to highlight MMIW

Comox CAO investigating allegations against staff

Kenning said investigating the allegations is “a top priority” for him.

No discipline for SD71 students attending Courtenay’s March for Climate Change

The superintendent of School District 71 will not be preventing or disciplining…

Second environmental march coming to Courtenay Sept. 27

March organized by the Youth Environment Action team

Some Cumberland businesses closing for climate strike rally Friday

A Climate Strike Cumberland Solidarity Rally is set for outside the Cumberland municipal office

Annual Denman Island shoreline cleanup set to tackle growing debris

The annual cleanup is set from Sept. 21 to 28, and is looking for volunteers