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Feline still has a life or two left

Despite his name, Hobo the cat now has a permanent home. Hobo, a stray orange tabby with an infected left front paw was recently caught by the Kitty Cat P.A.L. Society, a non-profit organization who trap, neuter/spay and return feral cats living in managed colonies in the Comox Valley.
Snowbirds love returning to Comox Valley every year

Snowbirds love returning to Comox Valley every year

Maj. Chris Hope considers Comox to be the Snowbirds' second home. The Canadian Forces Snowbirds arrived Monday at 19 Wing Comox. Hope, who is from Blenheim, Ont., and is in his second year as Team Lead was excited to begin the squadron's annual spring training deployment in Comox.

Elderly woman dies in fire at her Comox home

An elderly woman died early Sunday morning in the bedroom of her apartment in Comox. The fire began around 9 a.m. at the Manor Place apartments off Comox Avenue near St. Joseph's Hospital, confirmed Rick Shelton, assistant chief operations and training of the Comox Fire Department.
B.C. NDP leadership into home stretch

B.C. NDP leadership into home stretch

School District 71 students are digging their roots

About 250 elementary and secondary students from across the district will showcase their favourite aspects of Canadian heritage April 9.
Liberal candidate comes out swinging to launch election campaign

Liberal candidate comes out swinging to launch election campaign

Mike Holland picked a symbolic location to launch his campaign bid for the Vancouver Island North riding. The federal Liberal candidate spoke Monday with guests and media at Glacier View Lodge, where he helped lead a fight to save long-term care beds in the 1990s.

Man attacked, robbed in East Courtenay park

Comox Valley RCMP are seeking the public's help in locating three young males who violently assaulted and robbed a 20-year-old man in East Courtenay.

TEDx sharing information at North Island College

North Island College’s Alumni Association wants to introduce you to TED, a non-profit organization devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
Milina, Helpard earn B.C. Community Achievement Awards

Milina, Helpard earn B.C. Community Achievement Awards

Jim Milina and Paul Helpard are two outstanding British Columbians, and now the title is official for the threesome from the Comox Valley.

Snowbirds roar back into action over Comox Valley

Spring is finally here and, now, the Snowbirds are, too. The Canadian Forces Snowbirds arrived at 19 Wing Comox Monday afternoon to prepare for the 2011 season with their annual spring training deployment.