The Bevan Trails, a popular Comox Valley recreation area on the Puntledge River, faces the threat of logging. But a newly formed local society hopes to preserve the Puntledge River forest in perpetuity
International shipping is of the world biggest emitters of polluting and toxic chemicals. Now, scientists are tracking their emissions with satellite data
Six candidates for the Comox Valley Schools by-election on Dec. 12 zoomed in for an all-candidates forum this week
New funding from the BC Government announced today puts Project Watershed’s Kus-kus-sum fundraising over the top, allowing restoration to begin
All four Comox Valley governments apply for one-time, 100% provincial funds for ready-to-go infrastructure projects that can create immediate jobs and help communities recover from the economic impacts of the pandemic.
A commentary on COVID safety in the Comox Valley, plus what might happen to the 3L Developments’ 500 acres near Stotan Falls now that the CVRD has rejected their request to amend the Regional Growth Strategy
The Comox Valley Economic Development Society pulled the plug on next week’s BC Seafood Festival after public health officials stepped in this week to ensure pandemic protocols were being followed
North Island Medical Health Officer steps in to avert potential COVID super-spreader event in the Comox Valley
Comox Valley Area C voters will elect a new school trustee in a Dec. 12 byelection. Rob Thompson is one of the six candidates.
As seniors struggle with loneliness after nine months of COVID-related restrictions on visitation at most care homes, North Islanders told that Canada needs a National Seniors Strategy
The 97-year-old Roman Catholic hermit priest, Father Charles Brandt died Oct. 24 at the Comox Valley Hospital. This is his obituary.
This week we talk about how the reduction of healthcare services at North Island Hospitals continues to worry North Island citizens, plus elections, politics and why so many Comox Valley people refuse to wear masks inside local stores