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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

North Island-Powell River MP credits Canadians for doing their best during crisis

North Island-Powell River MP Rachel Blaney is working from home as she…

Emergency funds available for North Island College students

North Island College students will be able to take advantage of increased…

  • Apr 3, 2020

Emergency funding available for North Island College students

Funding for students experiencing financial strain that may affect their ability to continue studies

  • Apr 3, 2020

Comox Valley handyDART offers free grocery delivery

The handyDART service in the Comox Valley is offering free deliveries for…

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No more ferries will sail from Departure Bay, Mill Bay, Brentwood Bay during COVID-19 pandemic

B.C. Ferries announces major changes to sailing schedules for 60 days starting Saturday, April 4

Blood donation clinics in June at K’ómoks First Nation Band Hall

Canadian Blood Services says it’s safe to donate blood during the COVID-19…

Park users concerned about tree cutting in Comox conservation area

During a recent visit to the Northeast Woods in Comox, a woman…

Search for missing man comes to sad conclusion

The man reported missing to the Campbell River RCMP on March 30…

Courtenay pharmacy donates some sanitizer despite high demand

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

Comox Valley Schools considers next stage in face of coronavirus

Though face-to-face instruction has been suspended during the COVID-19 pandemic, school districts…

Tough issues remain in K’ómoks First Nation treaty negotiations

The chief negotiator in treaty negotiations for the K’ómoks First Nation expects…

Vancouver Island man sick with COVID-19 calls it a ‘horrible disease’

Tim Green says he has ‘extreme coughing fits every hour’ to clear his lungs

Comox plans hikes for water, sewer service

Town incorporating increases it has received from regional district

Shower facilities to be made available in Courtenay during coronavirus pandemic

Courtenay council approved a plan to open public shower facilities and to…

Courtenay council grants extension to warming centre

The Connect Warming Centre will continue to operate at 685 Cliffe Ave.…

RCMP looking for missing Campbell River man

Bernard Eberlein was last seen in Campbell River on March 27

Island Health extends appointment of administrator at Comox Valley Seniors Village

Island Health is extending the temporary appointment of an administrator to oversee…

Vancouver Island sheep farmer voices fears over flung dog feces

Deborah Wytinck worries parasites in dog feces tossed into pasture could infect her sheep