Erin Haluschak

Gladstone nets beer awards, eyes expansion in the new year

The Courtenay brewery won two awards at the BC Beer Awards this month

Light-entangled deer spotted in Comox

Typically conservation will safely capture the deer and remove the item once located

85-year-old woman perishes in house fire in Cumberland Wednesday

Police and fire personnel were called to the scene of a fire…

Island mom warning others as suspicious powder found in mail

“I was very uneasy … it could be coffee whitener or it could be something else in the bag.”

Vancouver Island voter questions distance to voting station

A Comox Valley resident is wondering why she has to go more than 15km to Merville in order to vote

Courtenay highlighted on Airbnb’s ‘20 Destinations to Visit’ list

The municipality is the only Canadian city to make the list

Canadian Mint presses unique coin designed by Comox Valley artist

Kwakwaka’wakw artist Andy Everson previously designed coins, but never one in such a unique shape.

Sister working hard to improve quality of life for Vancouver Island quadriplegic

Emily Ferreira’s injuries the result of a motor vehicle incident in Courtenay in 2018

Courtenay’s Forbidden Brewing Company closes its doors

The FBC’s lease expired at the end of September

Bus depots closing in Parksville and Courtenay

Customers will have to pick up the bus curbside as mid-Island services shift

RCMP investigating allegations Comox staff harassed high school students

Police say no victims have come forward or have been identified, city also investigating

Resident doesn’t feel safe in Courtenay’s supportive housing

Resident says addiction or mental health issues no excuse to allow abuse to other tenants

Island students won’t be disciplined for skipping class to March for Climate Change

Comox Valley school superintendent says action is in line with district’s core values

Comox CAO investigating allegations against staff

Kenning said investigating the allegations is “a top priority” for him

Vandals target North Island-Powell River NDP candidate’s office in Comox with swastikas, graffiti

Rachel Blaney’s Comox office has been vandalized with swastikas and tagging overnight Friday.

Ammonia leak triggers evacuation of the Comox Valley Sports Centre

The centre was evacuated for just over an hour Thursday evening while crews contained the leak

Courtenay government cannabis store now open

The store is the second government location to open on Vancouver Island

19 Wing Comox aircraft declares airborne emergency

Emergency related to an engine issue: no impact to operations occurred

Mount Washington zip line open in time for long weekend

The lower two spans opened this week; the resort aims for the full line to be running this season

Broad daylight Courtenay attack leaves 78-year-old woman with black eye

Second attack on a senior within the city in less than one month