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Province invests $600,000 in North Island College aquaculture program

Province invests $600,000 in North Island College aquaculture program

North Island College will receive $600,000 to develop an aquaculture diploma at the Campbell River campus, BC Minister of Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training Shirley Bond announced last week.
A little extra attention could benefit your 2016 tax return

A little extra attention could benefit your 2016 tax return

It’s that time of year again – love it or hate it, it’s tax time. According to one local accountant, however, many taxpayers could really benefit by giving their 2016 taxes a little extra attention.
Comox Valley senior says ‘no’ to BC Hydro

Comox Valley senior says ‘no’ to BC Hydro

Ships Point resident has been on solar power since being disconnected for refusal to pay legacy fee
Man gunned down in Courtenay

Man gunned down in Courtenay

Victim taken to hospital with gunshot wounds after Friday altercation; arrests made Monday
Quality Foods founders step down

Quality Foods founders step down

Original owners transfer interest to Jim Pattison Group
With VIDEO: Shooting in Courtenay Friday afternoon

With VIDEO: Shooting in Courtenay Friday afternoon

Victim in hospital; suspect at large

Brazen bike theft

Free parking at hospital one step closer

Council shares concerns about pay parking; Public hearing April 3

Council briefs: 10 per cent sewer rate increase approved

Vimy Ridge memorial flight set for take-off

Vimy Ridge memorial flight set for take-off