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Courtenay, Cumberland about to try Car Free Sunday

You may have heard about a Car Free Sunday happening this weekend in Courtenay and Cumberland from 1 to 5 p.m.

Comox cycling plan completed

Hoping for safer, alternative modes of transportation, the Comox cycle land project is officially completed. The Town hopes the 1,800 metres of dedicated cycle lanes along Comox Avenue and Comox Road will lead to increased cyclist safety, help to reduce vehicle congestion and decrease greenhouse gas emissions.
Family united against Crohn's disease

Family united against Crohn's disease

Ashtyn and Brandon Lively spend so much time at BC Children's Hospital in Vancouver that their family recently moved from Courtenay to Nanaimo to make their trips to the hospital easier.

Ground Search and Rescue retrieves injured hiker

Members of Comox Valley Ground Search and Rescue (CVGSAR) were activated Tuesday afternoon to come to the aid of a female hiker who had badly fractured her ankle while hiking in Strathcona Provincial Park.
Denman Islanders still frustrated by shellfish aquaculture debris on beaches

Denman Islanders still frustrated by shellfish aquaculture debris on beaches

A group of Denman Island residents stopped by Driftwood Mall on Wednesday with truckloads of debris en route to the dump.

Courtenay supporting railway service

The City of Courtenay is sending a message to the federal government about the importance of Vancouver Island rail service at what is being called a "critical juncture" in the drive to secure millions in funding for rail infrastructure.

Eriksson seeking seat on Courtenay council

Erik Eriksson announced his candidacy for a seat on Courtenay city council Wednesday.

Transit concerns Comox Valley Regional District

Concern about costs associated with operation, maintenance and administration of the local transit system will be communicated in writing to the province and BC Transit, the CVRD board decided Tuesday.
First Nation first

First Nation first

MAYOR GREG PHELPS (far left) and Roger McKinnon (far right) of the Old House Hotel congratulate the Nanwakolas team that won the Mayor’s Charity Classic Golf Tournament at Crown Isle.
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