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Group raising money to stop Parksville supportive housing project

GoFundMe page has $15K for lawyer fees raised since July 8

Hot stretch leaving Parksville Qualicum Beach homeless in need

Manna looks for water, sunscreen donations

VIDEO: Life’s a beach at this B.C. sand sculpting contest

More than $50,000 was up for grabs at the annual contest held in Parksville

VIDEO: Top winners announced for sand sculpting competition

See the sculptures as they progress through the competition at Parksville Community Park

Qualicum school board explicitly supports students protesting

Motion carried to support peaceful protest engagement as part of learning experience

City, enviro group harvest Canada geese from waters near Parksville

Number of geese captured, killed, meat given to local First Nations week of June 18

Student gets glimpse of dream job at Parksville copter company

Visiting Turkish student hopes to come back to Canada, become heli mechanic

Parksville mayor announces he won’t run again

Marc Lefebvre endorses Coun. Kirk Oates for mayor ahead of Oct. 20 election

Murder mystery locale inspired by Qualicum Beach

Resident pens first book in planned Britannia Bay Mystery series

From sci-fi to tales of a banana slug

Qualicum Beach author releases children’s book on slug displaced from strawberry patch

Irish Rover bringing art to Parksville

Co-founder of The Irish Rovers to open painting exhibit with music performance

Pole dancers bring disco theme for Errington event

Island Talent Pole Fitness show to include national champs on June 2

NDP says universal pharmacare could save $4 billion

MP Don Davies hopes to make fed funded universal pharmacare an election issue

Broom Busters winning the battle of the Alberni Highway

More and more broom disappearing in Parksville, Qualicum Beach

Virtual Reality arcade opens in Parksville

Pair start up new business in April, with variety of games and platforms to try

Norovirus may be linked to time of herring run: Island Health

Investigation ongoing; cause of contamination unknown

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