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Erin Chan accepted her prize of a Staycation at The Kingfisher valued at $500, for winning the  Discover Comox Valley Vacation Guide Photo Contest. Photo by Nicole Fowler

Winner announced in Discover Comox Valley Vacation Guide Photo Contest

Erin Chan has been named the grand prize winner of the Discover…

Erin Chan accepted her prize of a Staycation at The Kingfisher valued at $500, for winning the  Discover Comox Valley Vacation Guide Photo Contest. Photo by Nicole Fowler
This 2013 Dodge Ram 1500 was stolen from Black Creek Motors at approximately 2 a.m. Sunday, April 11. Photos via blackcreekmotors.com

VIDEO: Thieves steal truck from Black Creek car lot by towing it away

Have you seen a 2013 Dodge Ram 1500 in your neighbourhood in…

This 2013 Dodge Ram 1500 was stolen from Black Creek Motors at approximately 2 a.m. Sunday, April 11. Photos via blackcreekmotors.com
Merville ultra-marathoner Jan Kotyk embarks on a fundraising run April 7, along with his brother Jared, behind the wheel. Photo supplied

Ultra-marathoner to run northern end of Island for Comox Valley charity

Merville ultra-marathoner Jan Kotyk is lacing up his runners and hitting the…

Merville ultra-marathoner Jan Kotyk embarks on a fundraising run April 7, along with his brother Jared, behind the wheel. Photo supplied
A rehabilitated swan refamiliarizes itself with its natural surroundings, after being released by the Mountainaire Avian Rescue Society. Tanja Kerr, who originally reported the injured swan to MARS, was invited to attend the release ceremony. Photo by Tanja Kerr

Rehabilitated swan released into Courtenay estuary

When Tanja Kerr spotted an injured swan near the estuary on Comox…

A rehabilitated swan refamiliarizes itself with its natural surroundings, after being released by the Mountainaire Avian Rescue Society. Tanja Kerr, who originally reported the injured swan to MARS, was invited to attend the release ceremony. Photo by Tanja Kerr
A Comox Valley RCMP office discusses the situation with a maskless woman after she and the other woman in the photo forced themselves into the My Tech Guys outlet on Cliffe Avenue in Courtenay, defying public health orders. Photo supplied.

UPDATED: RCMP called after anti-maskers force their way into Courtenay business

March 30, 11:30 a.m. This article has been updated to include comments…

A Comox Valley RCMP office discusses the situation with a maskless woman after she and the other woman in the photo forced themselves into the My Tech Guys outlet on Cliffe Avenue in Courtenay, defying public health orders. Photo supplied.
Jay Valeri and Lyndsey Bell are the owners of Bigfoot Donuts in Courtenay. Photo by Scott Stanfield

Comox Valley businesses named finalists for Small Business BC Awards

Bigfoot Donuts, Spirits of the West Coast Art Gallery, and CORE Landscape Products all up for awards

Jay Valeri and Lyndsey Bell are the owners of Bigfoot Donuts in Courtenay. Photo by Scott Stanfield
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COVID conspiracists tamper with Record newspapers

It has come to our attention that a certain number of our…

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The Merville Organics booth is always a popular stop at the Comox Valley Farmers’ Market. Photo via Facebook

Farmers market COVID restrictions against non-food vendors lifted

Artisans and florists will once again be allowed to sell at B.C.…

The Merville Organics booth is always a popular stop at the Comox Valley Farmers’ Market. Photo via Facebook
Comox Valley Record reporter Erin Haluschak is up for a pair of BC/Yukon Community Newspaper Association awards. Photo by Terry Farrell

Comox Valley Record reporter up for pair of Ma Murray awards

Comox Valley Record reporter Erin Haluschak is a finalist for a pair…

Comox Valley Record reporter Erin Haluschak is up for a pair of BC/Yukon Community Newspaper Association awards. Photo by Terry Farrell
The school delivered the bird feeders on Mar 17. Photo, Comox Valley Schools

Courtenay students’ work is for ‘the birds’ — and seniors

Lake Trail students using their new applied design skills in construction

The school delivered the bird feeders on Mar 17. Photo, Comox Valley Schools
Ellian Bell, owner of The Little Village Store on Third Street, wasted no time getting her sticker into the window of her business. Photo by Terry Farrell

Cumberland businesses embrace initiative promoting LGBTQ+ and BIPOC community inclusivity

The Cumberland Business Association has introduced a new initiative promoting inclusivity for…

Ellian Bell, owner of The Little Village Store on Third Street, wasted no time getting her sticker into the window of her business. Photo by Terry Farrell
Aerial view of Courtenay Airpark. Photo via Wikimedia Commons.

Courtenay Airpark gets nearly $160K for infrastructure upgrades

The Courtenay Airpark has received $159,446 in government funds for infrastructure upgrades.…

Aerial view of Courtenay Airpark. Photo via Wikimedia Commons.
Art boxes, like this one Ann Zanbilowicz had built for the Kye Bay neighbourhood, are popping up all over the Comox Valley. The boxes allow artists to exhibit their work. New pieces are placed in the box regularly, for your viewing pleasure.

Art boxes start popping up in the Comox Valley

New initiative gives artists a COVID-safe way to exhibit their work

Art boxes, like this one Ann Zanbilowicz had built for the Kye Bay neighbourhood, are popping up all over the Comox Valley. The boxes allow artists to exhibit their work. New pieces are placed in the box regularly, for your viewing pleasure.
Cameron Ezzy has his ducks trained as pest control officers. Through his business, Slugs N’ Bugs for Lunch, he will come to your home and rid your garden of slugs. Photo by Terry Farrell

VIDEO: Comox Valley entrepreneur opens pest control business with ducks as employees

Slugs n’ Bugs For Lunch will take care of your garden pests naturally

Cameron Ezzy has his ducks trained as pest control officers. Through his business, Slugs N’ Bugs for Lunch, he will come to your home and rid your garden of slugs. Photo by Terry Farrell
Bernard Tarling (left) will become the fourth member of the Centenarian Club at Casa Loma and Comox Valley Seniors Village on March 17, joining (right, from top) Ken Dimond (104), Marion Crowther (101), and Kay Nadeau (101). Photos supplied.

Courtenay retirement community celebrates the addition of fourth member to its ‘Centenarian Club’

Imagine being 100 years old and being the youngest member of a…

Bernard Tarling (left) will become the fourth member of the Centenarian Club at Casa Loma and Comox Valley Seniors Village on March 17, joining (right, from top) Ken Dimond (104), Marion Crowther (101), and Kay Nadeau (101). Photos supplied.
Water from Comox Lake that supplies the Comox Valley water system is delivered to approximately 45,000 residents. File photo

Comox Youth Climate Council hosting World Water Day event

The newly formed Comox Youth Climate Council (CYCC) is hosting an online…

Water from Comox Lake that supplies the Comox Valley water system is delivered to approximately 45,000 residents. File photo
Jay Lang and her 94-year-old grandmother, Betty Annand, are both enjoying success as fiction novelists. Photo supplied

Comox Valley authors share special family bond

Looking up to, and gaining inspiration from, a grandparent is nothing unique.…

Jay Lang and her 94-year-old grandmother, Betty Annand, are both enjoying success as fiction novelists. Photo supplied
Glacier View Lodge

COVID-19 outbreak at Glacier View Lodge declared over

The outbreak was announced Feb. 28

Glacier View Lodge
Comox Valley RCMP had access to 20 Street blocked off between Cousins and Choquette avenues as they conducted a raid of a house on the block. Photo by Terry Farrell

Comox Valley RCMP raid Courtenay problem house, several arrests made

Neighbours have reached out to media on several occasions with complaints about the property

Comox Valley RCMP had access to 20 Street blocked off between Cousins and Choquette avenues as they conducted a raid of a house on the block. Photo by Terry Farrell
Comox Valley RCMP had access to 20 Street blocked off between Cousins and Choquette avenues as they conducted a raid of a house on the block. Photo by Terry Farrell

Comox Valley RCMP raid Courtenay problem house, several arrests made

Comox Valley RCMP conducted a raid of a problem house on 20th…

Comox Valley RCMP had access to 20 Street blocked off between Cousins and Choquette avenues as they conducted a raid of a house on the block. Photo by Terry Farrell