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Plan to build fire hall and training centre in Courtenay proceeding

Courtenay council has approved moving forward with plans for an East Courtenay Fire Hall and Training Centre that could cost $9.6 million.

Accused discussed stabbing before altercation, witness testifies

A close friend of a boy accused of murder told a Courtenay courtroom Friday that he and the accused were in a "deep conversation ..."
Governor-General award winner collects her prize

Governor-General award winner collects her prize

Former Highland Secondary student Emma Dubé shook hands with the Governor General of Canada.
Coal protest aftermath will cost Comox Valley taxpayers

Coal protest aftermath will cost Comox Valley taxpayers

Local taxpayers will be on the hook for $2,000 to $5,000 in cleanup costs after a 'boisterous protest' Monday in Courtenay.

North Island hospitals pass another hurdle

The North Island Hospitals Project is moving closer to the start of construction.

Verbal altercation led to murder in Courtenay, testify witnesses

What began as a verbal altercation between two groups of friends escalated to the eventual death of 19-year-old James Denton.
North Island College planning to offer specialized health education

North Island College planning to offer specialized health education

North Island College plans to offer specialized rural healthcare education that other British Columbia colleges may not offer.
Proud Canadian instilling same in youngsters

Proud Canadian instilling same in youngsters

Lloyd Kuhn, 78, wants to build patriotism in Courtenay's young Canadians.
Unidentified coal mine protesters leave mess in Courtenay

Unidentified coal mine protesters leave mess in Courtenay

An unidentified group caused a few thousand dollars worth of damage in Courtenay during an apparent protest of a coal mine.

Fewer flights between Comox and Mexico

For the time being, WestJet is the only airline offering a weekly winter flight from the Comox Valley Airport to Mexico.
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