Erin Haluschak

Vancouver Island artist’s mask heading to prestigious U.S. museum

John and Peggy Varnedoe purchased the piece and have donated it to the Burke Museum in Seattle.

Remembering Ginger: Cumberland Museum receives national award

Museum given Governor General’s History Award for exhibit honouring martyr of the union movement

One last blast of winter tonight for parts of the Island before temperatures on the rise

A snowfall warning is in effect Friday including east Vancouver Island.

Island winter storms good news for Mount Washington

The resort received 46cm within the last 24 hours, for a total snowbase of 130 cm.

Courtenay machete attack victim released from hospital

Bob Plumb released from hospital just prior to Christmas and is recovering at home

Baynes Sound Connector ferry avoids crossing paths with drifting oyster rafts

A visual estimate at the time suggests it was more than a kilometer away from the vessel.

Vancouver Island doctor brewing beer for love and charity

Comox Valley family physician partnering with Gladstone and Ace Breweries in health care benefit

Bursary launched to honour inspirational Island athlete

Megan Dalziel exemplified what it meant to be an inspiration to others

Mercedes driver dead after head-on collision with Brinks truck near Courtenay

Police seeking information after late-night incident on the Comox Valley Parkway

Employee credited with saving building following fire at Comox Valley resort

The New Year’s Day fire affected the spa building at the Kingfisher Oceanside Resort and Spa

Mount Washington set to open tomorrow

Mountain operations will begin Friday, Dec. 20 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Highway 19A in Fanny Bay closed following motor vehicle crash

According to the Comox Valley RCMP, the highway will be closed for at least five hours.

Kwigwatsi Studio a labour of love for Comox Valley couple

The studio is at 3250 Comox Road and overlooks the Bighouse and K’omoks First Nation Band Office.

Island filmmaker receives funds to produce web series pilot

Chukwumuobi Obasi was awarded the funds through Telus Storyhive’s Web Series Edition

Mount Washington receives more than 30cm of snow

Last week, the resort announced they were pushing back opening day due to lack of snow.

Snowbirds set to take to the skies of the Comox Valley and beyond

The Royal Canadian Air Force officially announced the 2020 Snowbirds schedule

Opening day delayed at Mount Washington

Dec. 6 was set as opening day but will now be delayed due to lack of snow.

Comox firefighter dies outdoor adventuring on Island’s West Coast

19 Wing noted William Vant Erve, 29, passed away from an accident while climbing in Tofino area

Annual Snowbirds spring training in Comox delayed for 2020

The Snowbirds have been on an operational pause since a crash prior to a U.S. airshow in October

Denman ferry cable to be replaced with plastic cable – for now

The first flattened steel strand cable is expected to be installed late summer 2020