We've learned more on what's going to be open and closed in the area on Friday, Orange Shirt Day and the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
As kids in Campbell River and the Valley get back into fall sports programs - the Town of Comox reminds the community of a way to save money on registration fees.
The Big Rock Boat ramp and parking lot in Campbell River will be closed next week to relocate gravel sediment that has settled over the last four years.
Sirens were heard and more than a few extra emergency vehicles were seen on the road - in the Comox Valley on Tuesday.
The final debate for councilors running in the October 15th election goes down Wednesday night at the Tidemark Theatre.
The Village of Cumberland is offering its condolences to a former Mayor.
The Strathcona Regional District (SRD) is observing the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in alignment with the federal government on September 30th.
Work is underway for construction of the new Cumberland Childcare Facility.
If you have accessed substance use services in the Comox Valley in the last two years, you're being asked to fill out a survey where participants will be asked to speak about gaps and strengths in services.
Talon Helicopters will be performing low level flying for FortisBC from now through to November 1st.
Schools throughout School District 71 will be holding activities for Truth and Reconciliation this week through Friday.
A new upcoming 6-episode docuseries shares the stories of a diverse group of mariners working on the water off northern Vancouver Island.
Beginning in December, parents in British Columbia will save as much as an additional $550 per month for each child they have in participating licensed child care centres.
Members of the Canadian Armed Forces are heading to the East Coast to help clean up in the aftermath of post-tropical storm Fiona.
British Columbia has appointed the first members of the Anti-Racism Data Committee, a key part of B.C.'s recently enacted Anti-Racism Data Act, focused on dismantling systemic racism in all provincial government programs and services.
Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock 2022 is underway this weekend, through to October 7th.
Campbell River School District has announced the top academic graduates and recipients of the Governor General’s Academic Medals from the Class of 2021 and Class of 2022.
Trail clearing, and construction is underway in Solport Park in Cumberland.
The province has announced $2 million to support an initiative that will create province-wide standards and training to improve care in the health-care system for people who may be suicidal.
Nearly 55,000 kids, parents, and caregivers in B.C., including in rural, remote, and Indigenous communities, can access family literacy programs to improve their reading skills through the annual Raise-a-Reader campaign, on now through to September 29th.
The first of three nights of debates for those looking to run for council in Campbell River takes place Thursday night at the Tidemark Theatre.
It’s been a busy week for the Courtenay Fire Department.
NDP MLA Ronna-Rae Leonard says that more people in Comox will be able to enjoy high-speed internet, as construction to lay subsea fibre optic cable around Vancouver Island completes the projects that were underway in Comox.
It's the first day of Fall.
Indigenous communities and businesses in British Columbia wanting to increase food security will soon have opportunities to grow their farming and food-processing operations through a new Indigenous Food Systems and Agriculture Partnership Program.
Statistics Canada is out with new data from the 2021 census and many in British Columbia won't be surprised by the results.
Strathcona Regional District will observe the national holiday on Monday to mark the day of mourning for the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.
The east and westbound bike lanes will connect the multi-use path along South Dogwood Street to the Sea walk along Highway 19A
Chief Coroner Lisa Lapointe says anyone using drugs purchased from illicit suppliers is at high risk for serious harm or death."
Walk to take place on September 30th as part of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation 2022
Debates are being divided into three separate nights; next Thursday, along with Monday September 26th, and Wednesday the 28th
The event was a huge success, as members of the Foundation have been tallying the proceeds this week
The word "éy7á7juuthem" means “Language of our People” and is the ancestral tongue of the Homalco, Tla’amin, Klahoose and K’ómoks First Nations, with dialectic differences in each community.
It is pronounced "eye-ya-jooth-hem."