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The Isfeld Ice senior boys basketball team hosted Nanaimo’s John Barsby Secondary in a Tuesday night league game. Scott Stanfield photos

Courtenay senior boys basketball team defeats Nanaimo opponent

The Isfeld Ice senior boys basketball team defeated Nanaimo’s John Barsby Secondary…

  • Dec 8, 2021
The Isfeld Ice senior boys basketball team hosted Nanaimo’s John Barsby Secondary in a Tuesday night league game. Scott Stanfield photos
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Development application in Courtenay delayed a second time

Courtenay council has again asked staff for more information before considering a…

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From left: Courtenay-Comox MLA Ronna-Rae Leonard, and Courtenay Couns. Wendy Morin, Doug Hillian and Will Cole-Hamilton listen to a speaker at Monday’s vigil at the Comox Valley Art Gallery plaza. Scott Stanfield photo

Comox Valley vigil recalls lost lives, victims of gender-based violence

The Comox Valley Transition Society hosted a noon vigil at the Comox…

  • Dec 6, 2021
From left: Courtenay-Comox MLA Ronna-Rae Leonard, and Courtenay Couns. Wendy Morin, Doug Hillian and Will Cole-Hamilton listen to a speaker at Monday’s vigil at the Comox Valley Art Gallery plaza. Scott Stanfield photo
Five of the senior players on the Isfeld boys basketball team, from left: Karman Kandola, Temwa Mtawali, Leo Blake, Kye Kotapski-Tinga and Jasper Halvorson. File photo

Courtenay basketball team kicks off season with tournament win

The Isfeld Ice senior boys basketball team played in their first tournament,…

  • Dec 5, 2021
Five of the senior players on the Isfeld boys basketball team, from left: Karman Kandola, Temwa Mtawali, Leo Blake, Kye Kotapski-Tinga and Jasper Halvorson. File photo
The Comox Valley Christmas Parade returned to downtown Courtenay, Sunday afternoon, after a one-year absence. Scott Stanfield photos

Comox Valley Christmas Parade returns to downtown Courtenay

The Comox Valley Christmas Parade returned to downtown Courtenay, Sunday afternoon, after…

  • Dec 5, 2021
The Comox Valley Christmas Parade returned to downtown Courtenay, Sunday afternoon, after a one-year absence. Scott Stanfield photos
Graphic shows parklet design for 4th Street. Supplied

Parklet to be installed in downtown Courtenay

Thanks to funding from the Islands Coastal Economic Trust, a new multifunctional…

  • Dec 5, 2021
Graphic shows parklet design for 4th Street. Supplied
The contractor will soon pour new concrete on the north lane of the 5th Street Bridge deck. File photo

Courtenay bridge users can expect delays for concrete pouring

A major step closer to completion of the 5th Street Bridge Project,…

  • Dec 2, 2021
The contractor will soon pour new concrete on the north lane of the 5th Street Bridge deck. File photo
Public Works will be performing upgrades to storm drain infrastructure on Duncan Avenue in downtown Courtenay next week. Scott Stanfield photo

City of Courtenay upgrades storm drain infrastructure

City of Courtenay Public Works Services will be performing upgrades to storm…

  • Dec 2, 2021
Public Works will be performing upgrades to storm drain infrastructure on Duncan Avenue in downtown Courtenay next week. Scott Stanfield photo
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Courtenay council considers sidewalk improvements on Lake Trail corridor

Courtenay council is considering options to improve pedestrian infrastructure on Lake Trail…

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The Peanuts gang takes to the stage in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, at the Sid Williams Theatre Dec. 26-31. Photo supplied

Courtenay Little Theatre returns with ‘You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown’

Lynn Hodge Special to the Record Courtenay Little Theatre is returning to…

The Peanuts gang takes to the stage in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, at the Sid Williams Theatre Dec. 26-31. Photo supplied
The Celebration Singers and the Grace Notes will be performing a pair of concerts, on Friday, Dec. 17, and Saturday, Dec. 18 at St. George’s Church in Courtenay. Photo supplied

Celebrations Singers to perform Christmas concerts in Courtenay

After a long and challenging 18 months, The Celebration Singers and the…

The Celebration Singers and the Grace Notes will be performing a pair of concerts, on Friday, Dec. 17, and Saturday, Dec. 18 at St. George’s Church in Courtenay. Photo supplied
The Strathcona Symphony Orchestra’s December performance, titled “Journey around the World,” will be held at the Native Sons Hall, 360 Cliffe Ave, Courtenay. Photo supplied

Strathcona Symphony Orchestra’s Courtenay concerts will take the audience on a journey

Strathcona Symphony Orchestra’s musical director and conductor, Helena Jung, wanted to take…

The Strathcona Symphony Orchestra’s December performance, titled “Journey around the World,” will be held at the Native Sons Hall, 360 Cliffe Ave, Courtenay. Photo supplied
Dog licences for 2022 are now available at Courtenay City Hall. (File photo)

2022 Courtenay dog licences now available

2022 dog licences are now available from Courtenay City Hall. All dogs…

  • Nov 30, 2021
Dog licences for 2022 are now available at Courtenay City Hall. (File photo)
Courtenay Fire Department personnel respond to a bus fire in downtown Courtenay on Thursday, Nov. 25. Photo by Jessica Lanqvist

Fire destroys bus in downtown Courtenay

Bus was used by hostel, which was destroyed by fire in 2019

Courtenay Fire Department personnel respond to a bus fire in downtown Courtenay on Thursday, Nov. 25. Photo by Jessica Lanqvist
A walker in Courtenay had an owl steal his toque and leave scratch marks on his head while out for an evening stroll at the airpark. Photo by marksbunker/ Pixabay,

Walker warns of swooping owl near Courtenay Airpark

Owl stole toque, scratched head near Mansfield Drive

A walker in Courtenay had an owl steal his toque and leave scratch marks on his head while out for an evening stroll at the airpark. Photo by marksbunker/ Pixabay,
The Towhees senior boys basketball program has a rich history at Vanier Secondary. File photo

Courtenay basketball team combines size and skill

The GP Vanier senior boys basketball team is beginning the school’s 53rd…

The Towhees senior boys basketball program has a rich history at Vanier Secondary. File photo
Five of the senior players on the Isfeld boys basketball team, from left: Karman Kandola, Temwa Mtawali, Leo Blake, Kye Kotapski-Tinga and Jasper Halvorson. Photo supplied

Courtenay basketball players eager to return to the court

High school basketball is about to resume regular season play. At Mark…

Five of the senior players on the Isfeld boys basketball team, from left: Karman Kandola, Temwa Mtawali, Leo Blake, Kye Kotapski-Tinga and Jasper Halvorson. Photo supplied
From left, Courtenay Mayor Bob Wells, Lauren Dean and Myrna Logan of the Comox Valley MIKI’SIW Métis Association raise the Métis flag at Courtenay City Hall, recognizing Metis Week. Photo by Anne Guillo/City of Courtenay

Métis flag raised at Courtenay City Hall

From left, Courtenay Mayor Bob Wells, Lauren Dean and Myrna Logan of…

  • Nov 17, 2021
From left, Courtenay Mayor Bob Wells, Lauren Dean and Myrna Logan of the Comox Valley MIKI’SIW Métis Association raise the Métis flag at Courtenay City Hall, recognizing Metis Week. Photo by Anne Guillo/City of Courtenay
A Portland Loo-style washroom will soon open in downtown Courtenay. Scott Stanfield photo

Courtenay council gives green light to Wachiay housing project

Courtenay council has given the go-ahead for the Wachiay Friendship Centre housing…

A Portland Loo-style washroom will soon open in downtown Courtenay. Scott Stanfield photo
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Courtenay council defers residential building application

Courtenay council has asked City staff for more information before considering a…

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