Just a few days away from the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
An open house is being held today for Cumberland residents to learn about the village’s Transportation Master Plan.
The City of Campbell River has launched its 2023 Citizen Satisfaction Survey.
FireSmart BC has launched new teaching resources geared toward educators and students.
The BC Coroners Service confirms more than 1,600 British Columbian lives were lost to toxic, unregulated drugs in the first eight months of 2023.
BC has lost another police officer on the job.
And there’s the fall weather.
It’s deadline day for young, Indigenous graphic artists who want to showcase their work.
Monday is your last chance to have your say on the future of waste management in the Comox Valley.
BC is freeing up money to improve emergency response from local fire departments.
The province has unveiled what it’s calling a new vision for British Columbia.
Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock 2023 is getting underway this weekend.
Campbell River RCMP are looking for help in finding another missing person in the area.
The Transportation Safety Board has sent in a team after a plane crash earlier this week outside of Campbell River.
If you’re planning on a little fishing this weekend, be aware of the water discharge down the Campbell River from the John Hart Dam.
Registration opens today for classes at the Campbell River ElderCollege.
An all-indigenous burlesque troupe is set to grace the stage of the Sid Williams Theatre in Courtenay Saturday night.
Protests and counter protests were held across the country yesterday, surrounding so-called ‘gender ideology’ in schools.
North Island - Powell River MP Rachel Blaney seconded NDP leader Jagmeet Singh’s Private Member’s Bill calling on the federal government to lower grocery prices for Canadians.
Premier David Eby and Forests Minister Bruce Ralston releasing a statement yesterday after news of the deaths of four firefighters, killed in a crash near Cache Creek, driving home from work.
There is a road closure of note today in Campbell River.
The Comox Valley Regional District is putting out a call for Indigenous Youth Graphic Artists.
Island Health says overdoses are increasing and has issued a Drug Poisoning Advisory for the Comox Valley.
The province is freeing up money to expand community-based literacy programs to help people of all ages learn new skills and communicate with confidence.
A 33 year old man is facing charges after shots were fired in the area of Nunn’s Creek Park over the weekend.
Campbell River Police are reminding residents to jot down the serial numbers of their valuables - especially for things commonly left outside.
Cumberland will soon be hosting an open house to go over the village’s Transportation Master Plan.
The 2023 Union of BC Municipalities Convention is underway in Vancouver, with about two thousand people hearing from a wide range of speakers.
The province is touting its record after increasing the number of surgeries taking place in hospitals throughout BC.
Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock 2023 is September 23rd-October 6th.
Spirits of the West Coast presents "T’ŁALIS – Pushing Boundaries" art exhibition featuring Kwakiutl artist Trevor Hunt, Sept 9th to Dec 30, 2023at Spirits Of The West Coast Art Gallery
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."