Comox Valley

A COVID-19 outbreak has been declared at Comox Valley Seniors Village. (Google Maps image)

COVID outbreak at Comox Valley Seniors Village

Island Health has released an advisory of a COVID-19 outbreak at the…

  • Jan 20, 2022

 

The agreement announced between Na̲nwaḵolas Council and Western Forest Products Inc. on Jan. 19, 2022 will defer harvest of approximately 2,500 hectares and ancient, rare and other priority old growth for two years. Ronan O’Doherty/ Campbell River Mirror

Na̲nwaḵolas Council and Western Forest Products agree to two year old growth deferral

Council president said group hopes to fine tune what is suited for long term protection

 

Get Fit in 30 Comox helps out the community. During our 2021 Comox Valley Food Drive held Nov. 15-31 we collected 1,5374 pounds of non-perishable food and cash donations. Many, many thanks to all who donated. Our goal was to increase our total from 2020 which was 1480 pounds.

Comox Valley gives back

The Comox Valley Record wants to recognize the many events that make…

  • Jan 15, 2022
Get Fit in 30 Comox helps out the community. During our 2021 Comox Valley Food Drive held Nov. 15-31 we collected 1,5374 pounds of non-perishable food and cash donations. Many, many thanks to all who donated. Our goal was to increase our total from 2020 which was 1480 pounds.
School District 71 is offering a dual credit academics information session on Wednesday, Jan. 26, via Zoom to help guide Grade 11 students and parents through the upcoming final year of high school. ADOBE STOCK IMAGE

School District 71 offering information night on dual credit academics

School District 71 is offering a Dual Credit Academics Parent Night information…

  • Jan 13, 2022
School District 71 is offering a dual credit academics information session on Wednesday, Jan. 26, via Zoom to help guide Grade 11 students and parents through the upcoming final year of high school. ADOBE STOCK IMAGE
Nigel Ellsay is pictured with the junior development squad at Tour de l’Avenir. Cycling Canada

Courtenay rider joins Cycling Canada coaching team

Cycling Canada has hired former professional road cyclist Nigel Ellsay of Courtenay…

Nigel Ellsay is pictured with the junior development squad at Tour de l’Avenir. Cycling Canada
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IT’S YOUR BUSINESS: How to write headlines that work

Joe Smith Special to the Record Whether you are writing for print,…

  • Jan 12, 2022
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Bob Castle’s Under The Glacier cartoon for Jan. 12, 2022

Bob Castle’s Under The Glacier cartoon for Jan. 12, 2022

Bob Castle’s Under The Glacier cartoon for Jan. 12, 2022

  • Jan 12, 2022
Bob Castle’s Under The Glacier cartoon for Jan. 12, 2022
Adele Deegan holds a copy of her book, Splat. She uses the pen name Adele Irving. Photo supplied.

Comox Valley author’s debut novel gaining international attention

Adele Deegan was living the perfect life, until everything went “Splat,” in…

Adele Deegan holds a copy of her book, Splat. She uses the pen name Adele Irving. Photo supplied.
Gyrokinesis is a movement method that addresses the entire person. Photo by Ali Parker

Comox Valley resident teaches movement method called Gyrokinesis

A Comox Valley resident is teaching a movement method called Gyrokinesis that…

Gyrokinesis is a movement method that addresses the entire person. Photo by Ali Parker
St. John the Divine Anglican Church opened a Blessings Boutique, Monday in Courtenay. Scott Stanfield photo

Courtenay church opens Blessings Boutique

Following the lead of its sister parish in Comox, St. John the…

St. John the Divine Anglican Church opened a Blessings Boutique, Monday in Courtenay. Scott Stanfield photo
Both images show missing Comox Valley man John Wesley Edwards. RCMP supplied photo.

Foul play suspected in the disappearance of Comox Valley man

It has been almost two years, and investigators now suspect foul play…

Both images show missing Comox Valley man John Wesley Edwards. RCMP supplied photo.
A toy is laid under the tree at Comox Valley Dodge in support of the car dealership’s Christmas On Us campaign. The annual toy drive brought Christmas gifts to 221 kids this year. Photo supplied

Comox Valley Dodge toy drive brightens Christmas for 221 kids

Comox Valley Dodge general manager Carson Grant expected a large response for…

A toy is laid under the tree at Comox Valley Dodge in support of the car dealership’s Christmas On Us campaign. The annual toy drive brought Christmas gifts to 221 kids this year. Photo supplied
This 1,983 sq. ft. home in Crown Isle Golf Community is part of a $2.7 million grand prize package option in the 2022 Choices Lottery. Photo supplied

2022 Choices Lottery features Courtenay grand prize option

$2.7 Million prize package includes home in Crown Isle

  • Jan 7, 2022
This 1,983 sq. ft. home in Crown Isle Golf Community is part of a $2.7 million grand prize package option in the 2022 Choices Lottery. Photo supplied
This was the scene Thursday afternoon at the corner of 4th and Duncan in downtown Courtenay. Scott Stanfield photo

Comox Valley hit with heavy overnight snowfall

Schools were closed Thursday in the Comox Valley, which was hit with…

  • Jan 6, 2022
This was the scene Thursday afternoon at the corner of 4th and Duncan in downtown Courtenay. Scott Stanfield photo
Montessori students in the classroom. Black Press file photo

Comox Valley Montessori program open houses upcoming

The classroom hums like a sushi restaurant. Everyone knows where to be…

Montessori students in the classroom. Black Press file photo
The Comox Valley Community Foundation has provided funding to 18 community programs through the Neighbourhood Small Grants (NSG) program. Stock image

18 local projects get funding through Comox Valley Community Foundation NSG program

The Comox Valley Community Foundation has supported 18 local projects through the…

The Comox Valley Community Foundation has provided funding to 18 community programs through the Neighbourhood Small Grants (NSG) program. Stock image
Jarod Tyler McCormick is the Comox Valley’s first baby of 2022. He was born at 12:20 a.m. on Jan. 1. Photos supplied.

Comox Valley’s first baby of 2022 arrived 20 minutes into the new year

It didn’t take long for the Comox Valley’s first baby of 2022…

Jarod Tyler McCormick is the Comox Valley’s first baby of 2022. He was born at 12:20 a.m. on Jan. 1. Photos supplied.
This is the Comox Valley Yacht Club burgee, raised on a halyard to identify Club membership. Photo supplied

BOATING WITH BARB: Comox’s ‘Blue Jean Yacht Club’ is welcoming and unpretentious

Barb Thomson Special to the Record Rolex. Hermes. Bentley. Prada. You get…

  • Jan 5, 2022
This is the Comox Valley Yacht Club burgee, raised on a halyard to identify Club membership. Photo supplied
Seiners fill the waters between Comox and Nanoose Bay during roe herring fishery. File photo, Pacific Wild

LETTER – Decision to ban herring fishery in 2022 does not go far enough

Dear editor, We applaud the decision to ban herring fishing in 2022,…

  • Jan 5, 2022
Seiners fill the waters between Comox and Nanoose Bay during roe herring fishery. File photo, Pacific Wild