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Battle of the Bands application forms now available

Battle of the Bands application forms now available

Young musicians are once again being invited to enter Courtenay’s annual Battle of the Bands contest.
$11.7 million for new Comox Valley regional district office

$11.7 million for new Comox Valley regional district office

AAP process to be used to approve $8.2M loan
Puntledge penstock corridor closed to the public as Hydro removes abandoned hydroelectric works

Puntledge penstock corridor closed to the public as Hydro removes abandoned hydroelectric works

BC Hydro is preparing to remove old and abandoned hydroelectric works near the Puntledge River.
Scam artists fleece Courtenay distillery

Scam artists fleece Courtenay distillery

A Courtenay distillery was ripped off for a couple thousand dollars on the Victoria Day weekend by a group claiming to be a gay event planning agency.
Project Watershed AGM June 3

Project Watershed AGM June 3

Board chair Paul Horgen, staff, volunteers and the board of directors invite the public to Project Watershed’s annual general meeting, and celebration of 23 years of stewardship service to the Comox Valley, Saturday, June 3.
Cancer victim to die on his terms

Cancer victim to die on his terms

Deep Bay man to undergo Death with Dignity procedure May 30
Exclusive: Lieutenant-governor speaks for first time about minority government (with video)

Exclusive: Lieutenant-governor speaks for first time about minority government (with video)

Judith Guichon could be asked to decide fate of province if Premier can’t win support of Greens.

Lerwick Road Temporary Lane Closures at Hospital Site

Lerwick Road commuters are advised to note that upcoming work for the Comox Valley Hospital project will result in lane closures near the hospital site. Contractors will be working on the road in front of the hospital from Monday, May 29 to Wednesday, May 31.
Cumberland home pelted by rocks

Cumberland home pelted by rocks

Couple at loss why they are targeted

Transition Society celebrates three decades of service

The Comox Valley Transition Society has received a grant from the Department of Justice Canada’s Victims Fund for the purpose of marking Victims and Survivors of Crime Week.
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