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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…

Mountain bike accident
Truck hits power line

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…

City to conduct ‘smoke’ test of sewer system

The City of Courtenay will be conducting a “smoke” test of the…

  • Aug 7, 2019

Cumberland wants more heritage committee members

Council changes body from a commission to one of its standing committees

Injured mountain biker airlifted from Courtenay

Rider suffered broken collarbone, ribs after crash on Cumberland trails

Courtenay B&E suspect said someone was trying to kill him

Family awakened about 1:30 a.m. to sound of breaking glass

Residents want answers about logging trucks on road north of Courtenay

Ministry has signed off on temporary approval for trucks to remove logs at Willis Way

Blaney advocates for seniors ministry, strategy

In a cabinet shuffle last year, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appointed Hamilton…

Phase 3 of shopping centre includes two buildings

Nova Scotia-based Crombie REIT has submitted a development permit application for Phase…

Second sewer line to be added in Courtenay

Contractors working on behalf of the City of Courtenay will be adding…

  • Aug 1, 2019

Woman charged by Campbell river RCMP with string of property offences

Accused of a string of property crimes in the Campbell River and Courtenay/Comox area since May 15

Woman charged with string of Courtenay/Comox property offences

Tanya Fowlow appeared in Campbell River court Aug. 1

Topham no longer top man in Cumberland

Former chief administrative officer had started with Village in 2011

Cumberland finds site for new public works yard

Parcels to provide space for other operational, community uses

  • Jul 30, 2019