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Comox Valley RCMP looking for volunteer auxiliary members

The Comox Valley RCMP are seeking individuals to participate in the volunteer Auxiliary Police Constable Program.
Ken Muir's first shot a winner at charity golf tournament

Ken Muir's first shot a winner at charity golf tournament

With his first shot of the day, Ken Muir became the first hole-in-one prize winner in the 21-year history of the annual RBC St. Joseph's Hospital Charity Golf Tournament.

Courtenay High School homecoming planned for Canada Day weekend

The July 1st long weekend will be more than a celebration of Canada Day for former Courtenay High School classmates who are planning a homecoming in Courtenay. Classmates who attended Courtenay High School at any time are invited to get re-acquainted and compare life stories June 30 to July 3.
Chris Leclair garners Skills Canada gold

Chris Leclair garners Skills Canada gold

Chris Leclair became the third straight Comox Valley student to win a gold medal in electronics at the Skills Canada National Competition. A tenth-grader at Georges P. Vanier Secondary School, Leclair won a gold medal for B.C. June 2-3 in Quebec City.
Secondary school apprenticeship program and scholarship ease transition to work

Secondary school apprenticeship program and scholarship ease transition to work

Eighteen-year-old Brandon Rumley is working his way toward Red Seal endorsement as an auto service technician. And the Ministry of Education is helping him get there with a $1,000 Secondary School Apprenticeship (SSA) scholarship.
Demand for fuel left Chevron dry late last week

Demand for fuel left Chevron dry late last week

Motorists looking to fuel up Wednesday afternoon or Thursday morning were out of luck if they tried the Chevron Town Pantry in Courtenay, which had run out of gas after dropping the price to 99.9.
Berwick Comox Valley celebrates seniors

Berwick Comox Valley celebrates seniors

As a member of the British Columbia Seniors Living Association, Berwick Comox Valley planned a variety of events to celebrate B.C. Seniors Week last week.
Stage set for HST referendum

Stage set for HST referendum

Delivery of three million voting packages for the HST referendum could be disrupted by postal workers' rotating strikes across the country.
Find out if Comox Valley can be more vibrant June 16

Find out if Comox Valley can be more vibrant June 16

The Comox Valley Cycling Task Force and the Comox Valley Cycling Coalition have teamed up with community livability advisor Gil Peñalosa for two days of events that includes a free public presentation on livable communities for all June 16 from 7-9 p.m. at the Native Sons Hall in Courtenay.

Learn to fight fatigue naturally Monday night

Dr. Deidre Macdonald, naturopathic physician, will discuss the hidden causes of fatigue and powerful methods to overcome them with naturopathic medicine Mon., June 13 at 7 p.m. at the Crown Isle clubhouse during a seminar entitled “Fighting Fatigue with Naturopathic Medicine.”