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Festival celebrates families

Festival celebrates families

THE FIRST INSURANCE Festival for Families included these young ballerinas.
Bells are ringing

Bells are ringing

Darryl Burry, Brent Hobden and Rick Gaiga kick off the annual Salvation Army kettle drive in the Comox Valley.
B.C. cities vote on joining MMBC recycling system

B.C. cities vote on joining MMBC recycling system

More flexibility, assurances for councils concerned about switch to industry-controlled blue box program
Comox Valley North Connector top Island priority for transportation minister

Comox Valley North Connector top Island priority for transportation minister

Transportation Minister Todd Stone says the proposed Comox Valley north connection to the Inland Island Highway will happen.

Courtenay hires consultant for housing project

Courtenay council has voted to enter into an agreement with a Nanaimo-based social planning consultant.
BC Hydro rates going up 28% over five years

BC Hydro rates going up 28% over five years

The first of a series of BC Hydro rate increases takes effect in April 2014, adding $8 a month to the average residential power bill
B.C. residents back hunting for food, but not trophies: Poll

B.C. residents back hunting for food, but not trophies: Poll

Opinion is more split on zoos and rodeos, but survey shows we strongly oppose trophy hunting and fur trapping

Dickens classic still stirring souls in Comox Valley

The Compassionate Communities Project presents a celebrity reading of A Christmas Carol, this Thursday at the Sid Williams Theatre.
WEB EXTRA: Poet, Comox Valley author to read from their writing

WEB EXTRA: Poet, Comox Valley author to read from their writing

The Write Here Readers Series will present Matt Rader and , who will read from their works Nov. 26 at the Stan Hagen Theatre in Courtenay.

Comox Valley recycling options shrinking

There will be only a handful of recycling depots left in the Comox Valley when the facility outside Home Depot closes at the end of January.