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Glacier View opens wellness centre

Glacier View opens wellness centre

Glacier View Secondary has opened a youth wellness centre to provide School District 71 students with improved access to physical and mental health resources.
WorkSafeBC, TSB investigate fatal Woss derailment

WorkSafeBC, TSB investigate fatal Woss derailment

RCMP say its probe into the fatal train incident has ended
O’Leary discusses immigration, economy during Conservative leadership campaign stop in Nanaimo

O’Leary discusses immigration, economy during Conservative leadership campaign stop in Nanaimo

Canadian television personality meets with Conservative supporters in Nanaimo

Public education topic for April 27 all candidates forum

With a provincial election fast approaching voters get a chance to hear candidates views and plans for public education in School District 71.
Benninger lists jobs, taxes, among priorities

Benninger lists jobs, taxes, among priorities

My name is Jim Benninger and I am the BC Liberal candidate for Courtenay-Comox. I want to tell you a little about myself and what I want to accomplish in our community.
Living wage, affordable daycare top Sellentin’s platform

Living wage, affordable daycare top Sellentin’s platform

My name is Ernie Sellentin, your BC Green Party candidate for the Courtenay-Comox riding. I am running for the BC Greens because we need meaningful change in this province. Both the Liberals and NDP represent the status quo: the same old ideas, the same ties to donors and special interest groups, the same policies that favour big business. I intend to represent you and the issues that affect you.
McCulloch promises accountability, integrity and transparency

McCulloch promises accountability, integrity and transparency

The Feb. 2017 Auditor General’s Report says B.C. is the most indebted province in Canada…but the Liberal Party says they are balancing budgets and everything is great. It’s that kind of high-handed, lie-to-you-with-a-straight-face attitude that compelled Leah McCulloch to run for office.
More care beds, classroom funding top Leonard’s list

More care beds, classroom funding top Leonard’s list

The Comox Valley’s been my home for 27 years. I’ve been involved as a community activist, worked with environmental non-profit organizations, and served as an elected Courtenay councillor for nine years. My husband and I raised our two children here. After seeing the erosion of the community you and I care about, it is time to build a better B.C.
Courtenay council approves 12 new positions

Courtenay council approves 12 new positions

Scott Stanfield

Liquor store proposed across Cliffe Avenue

At Monday’s meeting, Courtenay council approved second reading of a rezoning to allow a liquor store at 1599 Cliffe Ave., next to the new Thrifty Foods that had previously been occupied by Safeway.