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Kayak shop in Courtenay getting back to business after crash

Operation does most of its business during busy summer months

Seismic upgrades on horizon at Courtenay school

When construction is complete, a seismically upgraded Lake Trail Middle School will…

Rider says he’s lucky to be alive after Cumberland trail mishap

Gerald Cline credits rescuers, from fellow riders to first responders, for their help

Cumberland council gives go-ahead for next phase at Coal Valley

Latest phase of residential development will add 38 lots to neighbourhood

Trash truck takes out Comox power line

Power line badly frayed after contact with vehicle

Bat from Denman Island tests positive for rabies

Comox Valley veterinarian clinic reminds pet owners to ensure their animals have up-to-date vaccines

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Museum damage

Island Health no longer testing water at popular Vancouver Island beaches

Municipalities were warned last summer but some have yet to take on the responsibility

Area B participation on sewage commission still up in air

The regional sewage commission will further consider the idea of appointing the…

Sun-soaked Cowichan River tubers pelted with rocks

Police take man into custody after woman receives minor injuries in incident near Duncan

  • Aug 13, 2019

Court rules in favour of CVRD on 3L petition

The courts have ruled in favour of the Comox Valley Regional District…

  • Aug 13, 2019

Courtenay Fire Department responds to three vehicle incidents in under an hour

Incidents include a possible hit-and-run, rear-ender and vehicle driving into kayak shop

Comox Valley SAR finds hikers stranded in Strathcona Park at 4:30 a.m.

Hikers were lost in fog Friday night and missed junction on way to Circlet Lake

Support worker needed for autistic man

Longtime Courtenay residents are bound to know Al Craig. The 38-year-old autistic…

Two houses catch fire in Cumberland

One man was hospitalized with burns, but the rest of the occupants…

Infantry training at Seal Bay

The Canadian Scottish Regiment — a Vancouver Island-based primary reserve army unit…

Student housing project enters design phase

North Island College is moving ahead with initial architectural design work for…

BC Ferries passengers want more food choices, better Wi-Fi and quiet areas

More than 10,000 people weigh in on plans for four new vessels

New safe homes open for women leaving violence in Courtenay

A new housing project for women and children leaving violence has opened…

Stretch of Highway 19A closed for six weeks

Crews to replace culvert south of Fanny Bay, traffic to be detoured

Blaney disappointed with VA committee study

North Island-Powell River MP Rachel Blaney is disappointed with the results of…