Mike Chouinard

Cadet, JCR summer programs cancelled through August

For Comox, this means no Ceremony of the Flags, ongoing glider operations

Comox Valley school holds car parade for kids at home

Huband Park staff hit the streets to send messages to missing students

Cumberland council backs BIA funding and emergency food program

Council expects events requesting grants will likely not happen as planned

One person injured in ATV accident on Cumberland trail

Incident took place at Trent Main around 8 p.m. Friday night

Cumberland council opts for deferment on utility bills

Council also considered options for property taxes but maintained the July deadline

Cumberland holds its first live-stream meeting

Province has given local governments ability to use online tools

Comox Valley MPs donating annual raise

Annual incremental hikes have been practice in Parliament since 2005

Comox Valley bylaw officers to keep eye on distancing practices at hot spots

They will be patrolling regional parks, trails to educate and response to any complaints

Masks help stop the spread of COVID-19, says Comox Valley doctor

Local sewing community produces masks for seniors in an apartment

Hospital remains safe place for childbirth, say Comox Valley care providers

North Island Hospital has been asked to share its perinatal COVID-19 response plan

VIDEO: Fire departments salute health care staff at hospital in Comox Valley

Trucks large and small drove by facility in procession, with siren and flashers on

Clothing store in Courtenay closes doors after 23 years

Trousers owner Shelley Greenup says the time was right to say goodbye

Courtenay pharmacy donates some sanitizer despite high demand

Pure Integrative Pharmacy provides some to Glacier Village, Comox Valley Transition Society

Comox plans hikes for water, sewer service

Town incorporating increases it has received from regional district

Craigdarroch residents find ways to help each other online and off

Neighbourhood of about 200 households lies between Royston and Union Bay

Breathing always hard for some Island residents

Regulations on burning due to COVID-19 bring to light ongoing issue of smoke

Breathing always hard for some Comox Valley residents

Regulations on burning due to COVID-19 bring to light ongoing issue of smoke

Comox to Texada ferry run suspended for now as pandemic precaution

BC Ferries not making schedule changes of regular Comox-Powell River route

Comox Valley restaurants give hospital staff a boost

Businesses have been bringing by pizzas and other goodies

Shelter Point Distillery switches production to sanitizers

Oyster River operation expects double shifts in the weeks, months ahead