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Group proposes agreement to build trust with Comox Valley Regional District

The Curtis Road Residents Association (CRRA) has proposed a Good Neighbour Agreement…

Man pleads guilty to setting fire at Courtenay hostel

21-year-old sentenced to nine months at correctional centre

Riptide grads contribute to VIU victories

Chloe Gummer has kicked off the 2019 Pacific Western Athletic Association soccer…

Courtenay college uses former hospital space

North Island College is broadening its horizons to St. Joseph’s Hospital in…

Zone 2 fourth in medals at 55+ Games

Zone 2 athletes from Vancouver Island North won a combined 254 medals…

Courtenay staff to report about nuisance bylaw

At its Sept. 16 meeting, Courtenay council approved a development permit application…

Federation hopes to bring co-op housing to Comox Valley

The number of tents are outweighing the number of ‘For Rent’ signs…

Comox Valley Cycling Coalition conducts non-vehicle count

The Comox Valley Cycling Coalition conducted a count of non-vehicle crossings over…

Courtenay council continues to debate bridge options

An attempt by Courtenay council to rescind an earlier vote to include…

Courtenay council approves fifth cannabis application

Courtenay council unanimously approved a zoning amendment to allow a non-medical cannabis…

Courtenay resident requests Nuisance Abatement Bylaw

Jackie (name changed) says her health has suffered and her safety has…

Gummer and Mariners hope to defend PacWest title

Chloe Gummer and Justine McMahon are again expected play pivotal roles this…

Thompson River University soccer’s Courtenay connection ready for a big year

As her teams enters the 2019 season, Danielle Robertson says the women’s…

Downtown Courtenay business group opposed to bridge cantilevers

The Downtown Courtenay Business Improvement Association has voiced its opposition to council’s…

Lions Club, Variety honours generous man

Norm Lundie thought he was celebrating his 84th birthday over dinner with…

Riptide coach experiences training in France

During a coaching excursion to France, Shel Brodsgaard caught a glimpse of…

Yetis coach upbeat about coming season

Despite coming off a season with only a handful of wins, players…

Government invests in ghost gear retrieval

The federal government has initiated a multi-million dollar program to retrieve derelict…

Scouts Canada recognizes Courtenay teen

A Courtenay teen was presented with a prestigious award from Scouts Canada…

Grief support group meets twice a month

A free, monthly grief support group that started last year is now…