Adam Kveton

Parksville author writing for reluctant readers

Jocelyn Shipley’s latest book meant to engage teens who don’t yet love to read

Island students teach English, build house in Nicaragua

Trip to Parksville man’s beach lodge sees students take part in community projects

Canada’s North seen through Bowser painter’s work in new book

Ken Kirkby’s North shows the results of his love for Canada’s colder places

VIDEO: Parksville, Errington Easter events bring chocolate, excitement

Many take part in events at Foster Park, Tiger Lily Farm on March 31

Pedestrian sent to hospital after being struck by car in Parksville

RCMP officer on scene said injuries looked to be minor

UPDATE: both lanes open Hwy. 19 south after multi-vehicle accident

A car fire has since been extinguished at the Hillview Rd. crash site Thursday morning

Logging truck catches fire on highway near Parksville

Driver, safety enforcement officer battled flames with fire extinguishers

Arrowsmith search and rescue members take on crevasse, heli training

New members take part in some weekend training, but Arrowsmith SAR always looking for more

$6.9 million announced for up to 50 supportive housing units in Parksville

Minister of housing announces prov. funding in Parksville March 9

Twitter feed prays for — instead of preying on — B.C. MLAs

Non-partisan Christian group wants to support politicians through personalized prayer

Bentall Taylor Ulrich Tightrope Walk to the Island

Trio bringing new music borrowed from new, upcoming solo albums

Parksville students engaging in rocket science

BSS teens building experiment to be launched in UBC rocket

Christmas album years in the making for Parksville-grown singer

New album Christmas With You features many original songs

Community theatre troupe pulls play after rape, misconduct allegations against playwright

Oceansides ECHO Players won’t perform My Old Lady, which was to be last play of season

Lasers make for wild nightscape at NIWRA

Event continues on various evenings until Dec. 23

85-year-old Errington man returns to remote arctic with history to share

Documentary to premier on local man’s years sailing through the ice

On-call teacher shortage has school districts scrambling

Many getting full-time work after re-instatement of class size rules

Nanoose Bay author publishes undelivered notes to dying friend

Writer discusses assisted death of best friend battling cancer

Qualicum school district wants permission to run deficit budget

Trustees write Minister of Education requesting change to School Act