Cloe Logan

Tourism-based businesses in Parksville Qualicum Beach bouncing back

Industry insiders say initial effects of COVID still being felt

35 years of sending Qualicum Beach on incredible journeys

Travel agent Michelle Brown recollects on her long career

One year later, still no news on 2019 fatal hit-and-run incident in Parksville

RCMP say they gave Crown counsel all information ‘some time ago’

UPDATE: Memorial arch honouring hit-and-run victim in Parksville dismantled

City cites potential liability to people using park and beach

Parksville still searching for cold weather homeless shelter answers

Only shelter in the area had to close in March due to COVID-19 concerns

‘Music Cafe’ in Parksville questions future amid COVID-19

As a new business, it doesn’t qualify for government assistance

Some mandatory mask-wearing to be part of Qualicum back-to-school

Most students expected to be back in class as School District 69’s plan approved by the ministry

Robert Tutty unveils first glass exhibit in Parksville

Work on display at Robert Held Art Glass until Sept. 29

The journey never ends for these ambitious hiking seniors

Qualicum Beach seniors hiking group tackles alpine trails

The Old Schoolhouse Arts Centre in Qualicum Beach to re-open on Aug. 11

Hours are Tuesday to Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Cougar euthanized after attacking little dog in Qualicum area

Owner freed pet by whacking big cat, but dog didn’t survive the attack

Parksville artist takes home Sooke Fine Arts People’s Choice Award

Francine Street’s winning piece is titled ‘Ken’

Throwback: Parksville Makerspace shows off old Commodore 64 computer

Open house takes place Aug. 8, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Donations pour in for ‘comfort kits’ for survivors of sexual assault and/or domestic violence

More than 100 community members, businesses offer support

Nanoose Bay resort adds 10 pickleball courts

General manager ‘amazed by the interest’ in growing sport

Anonymous letters tell Vancouver Island family their kids are too loud

Letter said the noise of kids playing in Parksville backyard is ‘unbearable’

Just ducky: Parksville ‘pond’ rebuilt after theft thanks to generous neighbours

Marion and Noel Burnham stocked back up on rubber duckies

Qualicum Beach Mayor Brian Wiese to ride 300 kilometres to help children batting cancer

Politican has raised nearly $2,000 raised to date

Joan LeMoine on loving life, volunteering at age 90

‘I’ve had a really good life, I have absolutely no regrets’