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The reverend of a Comox church is hoping her experience can serve as a warning to others.
Shelter only open to the public by appointment for adoptions and emergency surrenders.
The team is set to arrive in the Valley on May 6 and depart May 29.
CVAC acknowledges the general risk to Canadians is deemed low as noted by the Government of Canada
A dog attack happened near Harmston Park last week in Courtenay
Crew members were tasked around 4:30 p.m. Wednesday for the hiker
Jordan Wall is known for building and sustaining strong relationships with the community.
“This was a difficult decision, and one we did not make lightly,” said SD71 superintendent.
The goal is to be able to offer a $1,000 bursary annually in Megan Dalziel’s name.
Developer shocked at pushback during Comox public hearing: ‘It’s not like we’re building a meth lab’
A crowd of more than 150 filled the Comox Community Centre Thursday evening
The project will replace equipment that is 30 years old and reaching the end of its useful life.
The proposal would be three four-storey residential buildings and one four storey mixed-use one.
The team is arriving one month later than usual.
Senior management has been monitoring the situation carefully both domestically and internationally.
Glenn Janzen is one of the Island’s many maple syrup producers
“The Yukon has some kind of magic.”
Julian White had his online portfolio hacked less than two weeks ago.
“Someone is taking from an organization trying to help cats who are surviving in the wild.”
Valley secondary students captured gold in 13 of the 20 different trades and technology-based events.
Owner Bill Brandes offered personal funds to minimize the impact of the situation on his employees.