Erin Haluschak

WATCH: new fixed-wing search and rescue aircraft unveiled at 19 Wing Comox

The CC-295 Kingfisher was officially unveiled Friday

Air Ambulance call follows on the heels of three Comox Valley crashes in one night

If the conditions are less than optimal, drivers are expected to adjust their speed and slow down.

Back-to-school is old news, school zones are not, Vancouver Island police warn

Police reminding drivers about school zone speeding, passing buses

Courtenay business temporarily closed following smoke damage from fire

The early morning fire happened at Goods Grocery at 140 Headquarters Rd

Popular Courtenay public garden vandalized

“We love that place and so many of those plants are quite old.”

Plane involved in weekend crash near Hope based at Courtenay Airpark

The pilot of the plane was not injured following the crash, which happened on Sept.5

Herring harvester fined for scaring sea lions with bear banger near Hornby Island

Harvester Allan Marsden pleaded guilty in Courtenay Provincial Court.

Comox Valley hospital getting splash of colour with new crosswalk

Crews are finishing up work on a rainbow crosswalk near the hospital to celebrate Pride

School advocates hope new federal funding can assist B.C. schools with more flexibility

B.C. will receive $242.36 million as part of the newly created Safe Return to Class fund

Captive fawn seized recovering well, set for release later this year

A Cumberland resident has been charged with unlawful possession of live wildlife.

Taking dog feces and a jackhammer to neighbourhood dispute costs Vancouver Island man $16,000

‘Pellegrin’s actions were motivated by malice …a vindictive, pointless, dangerous and unlawful act’

Captive fawn seized from Cumberland home

Valley resident charged and fined under the Wildlife Act

Filmmaker James Cameron’s Comox Valley winery up for sale

The director behind The Terminator and Titanic puts Beaufort Winery on the market after six years

Comox offers valuable training for CF18 pilots, air-to-air refuelling

Training not only good for the members from the Cold Lake squadron, but for those at 19 Wing as well

Comox airforce veteran celebrates 99th birthday in style

Tom Shaw spent four years in England during the Second World War

One of three plastic-covered cables replaced on Baynes Sound Connector ferry

The ferry cables caused significant shedding along the shores of Denman Island

CF-18s holding training in Comox

CF-18’s from 409 Tactical Fighter Squadron will be operating out of CFB Comox from July 16-20

‘Someone knows something’: a look into Vancouver Island missing persons with interactive map

There are more than three dozen people listed as missing throughout Vancouver Island

VIDEO: Soaring above Mount Washington

Longest zip line on Vancouver Island officially open