Marissa Tiel

North Island College announces blended approach to learning in the fall

School will use combination of digital and in-person strategies to offer courses

Vancouver Island MP requests more supports for seniors

Prime Minister keeps asking seniors to wait after weeks of being told help is coming, says MP Blaney

Suspect loses a shoe during Vancouver Island liquor store robbery

Suspect lost shoe while fleeing the scene: RCMP

Campbell River RCMP attend overnight 7-Eleven parking lot fight

Thirteen people were fighting in the parking lot when police arrived

RCMP looking for missing Campbell River man

Bernard Eberlein was last seen in Campbell River on March 27

Speed, alcohol not ruled out as factors in crash that left one person dead

Police watchdog, Campbell River Major Crimes Unit are investigating

One person in hospital, one in police custody following early morning high-speed crash in Campbell River

Officers were in the area for a break and enter investigation

BC Recreation Sites and Trails across the province closed for all overnight use

Many facilities affected, but some trails remain open

Ripple Rock Trail now closed to prevent spread of COVID-19

Campbell River-area trail ‘continues to see extremely high use’ – SRD spokesperson

Hearts of Vancouver Island campaign spreading message of love and unity

‘It’s all about community and bringing people together’

Vancouver Island Olympic hopeful devastated by Team Canada decision, but in full support

Tokyo 2020 would have been swimmer Mackenzie Padington’s first Olympic Games

B.C. family’s sidewalk chalk messages lift spirits in a time of social distancing

Campbell River’s Weavers are encouraging others to ‘spread as much positivity as we can’

North Island College transitioning to ‘alternate delivery methods’

Campuses remain open; more counselling services available

Vancouver Islander among world’s best para surfers

Campbell River’s Tyler Turner finished ninth at 2020 AmpSurf ISA World Para Surfing Championship

Island wildlife rescue centre sees 9 poisoned birds since January

MARS trying to fundraise for ‘rigorous and expensive’ lead poisoning treatment

Western Forest Products and union reach tentative agreement

USW Local 1-1937 membership still has to vote on the terms

Western Forest Products strike may be nearing its end

WFP and union representing workers reach tentative collective agreement: WFP

Police seek help in locating missing Cortes Island man

Miles Meester was last seen Thursday evening

North Island petition encouraging protection of B.C.’s ‘working forest’ gaining momentum

Will be presented to government during a rally on Feb. 18