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3 hrs ago | Lake Cowichan Gazette
And the focus of the conversation is usually snowplowing - whose road got plowed, whose didn't, and have you ever seen it so bad? Funny thing is, the conditions that stress a lot of Campbell Riverites are tolerated each and every day, all winter by most Canadians.
Do gun control laws need to be more or less strict than they are now?
Should states get to ban abortion?
7 hrs ago | Lake Cowichan Gazette
Well look no further than the Campbell River Festival of Film. Festival winter season's passes are being sold in time for Christmas.
8 hrs ago | Nanaimo Daily News
Bruce Cousens and Charlene Lee are a biologist couple who run a Nanaimo-based organization dedicated to recovering and stewarding the population of B.C. purple martins.
9 hrs ago | Lake Cowichan Gazette
Local Mounties were among 97 detachments across B.C. who took part in the blitz to nab drivers under the influence of alcohol.
"This may be the first in recent history that a pack of wolves has been seen around the John Hart area," said BC Hydro spokesperson Stephen Watson.
Carihi forestry students Dion Dufresne and Brodie Doherty kept working while a group of VIPs - including Education Minister Peter Fassbender - toured the school and met industry supporters and foresty program instructors Nov 29. The School District 72 Board of Education was pleased met with Education Minister, Peter Fassbender Nov. 28 at the School ... (more)
Several people have expressed an interest in opening a commercial medical marijuana plant in Campbell River following the federal government's announcement of changes to the medicinal marijuana program.
Beside the obvious upside of a brand-new modern hospital, the Comox Valley will apparently benefit from a related development.
With the belief that no child should go without a present this holiday season, First Insurance's Secret Santa Program is extending its deadline to register for a present for Comox Valley children.
The Rainy Valley Voices, Courtenay's newest choral addition, together with Campbell River Children's Choir, invite you to begin your holiday season with the sound of singing this Saturday.
Last week I described the inevitable demise of B.C.'s "carbon neutral government" scheme, which continues to take millions from hospitals and schools to fund greenhouse gas reduction projects of questionable value.
Three companies of the Pallan Group are going bankrupt, but president Derik Pallan insists the family-owned business is moving forward and will continue to do business.
For the fifth year, 99.7 The River is hosting the River Relief Truck in support of the Campbell River Food Bank and other local charities.