Advocates in Canadian cities call for community-led crisis intervention, not police

Officers have a high degree of discretion when it comes to using force, advocates say

Mount Washington opens full ZipTour
Maple Pool Shipping Container home
Birthday food bank donation
100th birthday celebration for Valley veteran

‘Love is not cancelled’: B.C. wedding businesses prep for meagre summer season

Small, intimate ceremonies dominate this summer, with industry looking at a monster year in 2021

Three proponents submit for Comox-Strathcona organics facility

Composting project delayed but should still be ready by December 2021

VIDEO: Motorcade procession memorializes B.C. pilot killed in military helicopter crash

Police-escorted procession brought Capt. Kevin Hagen’s remains to Saanich funeral home

Comox Valley elementary classes about half full in June

Return rate was about 20 per cent for secondary students

Eureka cornerstone for adults living with mental illness in the Valley

Society encouraged by the shift of perspective on mental illness

Cumberland council considers mural project for Village Park

Staff will bring back a report to explore the project and potential grants

Kelowna officer at centre of punch-throwing arrest also faced 2018 complaint probe

Nathan Stroeder claims he filed a public complaint against Const. Siggy Pietrzak in 2018

Van Isle Windows gives back to Island food banks

Twenty-five dollars per window for April and May sales were given to Island food banks.

  • Jun 26, 2020

Cumberland moves Village Hall meeting to July 20

People wanting to attend are asked to pre-register

Driver takes out power pole on Comox Road

Road closed, driver in her 50s taken to hospital

Cumberland pays more for new SCADA system

New water treatment plant should be online in July

Body of serviceman from Nanaimo, who died in helicopter crash, to be returned Saturday

Capt. Kevin Hagen was one of six who died in helicopter crash in Mediterranean Sea April 29

B.C. reopening travel not sitting well with several First Nations

A number of safety conditions have yet to be met Indigenous leaders maintain