Scott Strasser

Expensive infrastructure upgrades reflect Comox Valley growing pains

Expensive projects are coming down the pipe at the regional district level

K’ómoks First Nation opposes Merville water bottling operation

“It is an insult to our Nation and people.”

Seismic upgrades on the horizon for two Comox Valley schools

Lake Trail Middle and Courtenay Elementary schools require seismic upgrades in the near future

Highland student captures top spot at Island-wide short film competition

Grade 10 student Will Thompson won the competition for his short film Change

North Island College appoints new business school chair

Ali Mayboudi took over from Bill Parkinson as chair of the NIC School of Business this year

North Island College appoints new business school chair

Ali Mayboudi took over from Bill Parkinson as chair of the NIC School of Business this year

Proposed water bottling business receives public backlash in Merville

Area C residents appear fiercely opposed to the proposed operation

98-year-old Courtenay man passes driving reassessment

Frank Harding has been driving for nearly eight decades

PHOTOS: Comox Valley United knocked out in Jackson Cup quarterfinal

The “Reds” lost a one-sided match 5-0 to visiting Vic West on Saturday

21 retirement homes in B.C. now ‘owned’ by Chinese government

China has seized the Anbang Insurance Group — the parent company of 21 senior living homes in B.C.

Two Comox Valley retirement homes now ‘owned’ by Chinese government

China has seized the Anbang Insurance Group — the parent company of 21 senior living homes in B.C.

Largest development project north of the Malahat unveiled

The 850-acre proposal aims to bring create nearly 3,000 homes plus businesses to Union Bay

Union Bay Estates project unveiled

The 850-acre project aims to bring nearly 3,000 residential units to Union Bay

School District 71 unveils last year’s graduation rates

Seventy-nine per cent of Grade 12 students in the Comox Valley graduated last year

Space shortages highlight Comox Valley schools’ long-range facilities plan

School District 71 is rolling out a 10-year plan for its facilities and structures

Hornby Island fire department sees record number of calls in 2017

The number of service calls has increased consistently over the last several years

West Fraser Timber to supply engineered cover for Union Bay coal hills

The provincial government has revealed new information on the long-awaited plans for…

Glacier Kings star Finn Withey impresses in BCHL debut

The Yetis’ 2017-18 MVP notched two points in two games for the Victoria Grizzlies

CVRD requesting more staff positions

A handful of new staffing positions will likely be coming to the…

Wounded Warrior Run BC makes it to the Comox Valley

Day four of the annual fundraiser saw the team stop in Courtenay and Comox