Erin Haluschak

VIDEO: Soaring above Mount Washington

Longest zip line on Vancouver Island officially open

Comox Valley Airport in ‘good stead to weather the financial turbulence’ from COVID-19

CVAC released accountability report following its annual public meeting

Provincial funds help BC Ferries reverse course on Denman, Hornby sailing cuts

B.C’s transportation minister announces $180,000 to temporarily avoid cuts

Wife of missing Comox Valley man asks public to keep eyes open in the backcountry

Michael Gazetas of Courtenay has been missing since January.

BC Ferries Advisory Committee members resign following cuts to Denman, Hornby ferry service

“It feels like they’re downloading all those costs onto the community.”

Vancouver Island artist gifts B.C.’s health officer with symbolic hummingbird

A special connection brought the piece to Dr. Bonnie Henry’s desk in Victoria

Box of family slides found in Courtenay parking lot

“It’s somebody’s family history in photos - a decade of them.”

Pacific Coastal Airlines set to resume Vancouver Island service

Sky connector returning for Comox, Port Hardy and other Island communities on a limited basis

Comox Valley birthday girl raises more than $1,000 for food bank

Six-year-old Charley Urquhart created art to sell to friends, family and neighbours

Courtenay centenarian celebrates day with friends, family and a flypast

Jim McGillawee served in the Second World War

One person dead in boating accident off Hornby Island

Two people involved, one man recovered with hypothermia

Cumberland photographer capturing a sign of the times with isolation portraits

“There’s so many people coming together in this time of being separated.”

Vancouver Island finding ways to remember the liberation of the Netherlands

May 5, 2020 marks 75 years since enemy forces surrendered in the Netherlands

Thinking outside the box for Comox Valley high school graduations

Plans are currently being developed but they are still in the infancy phase.

Comox Valley man faces more than 25 charges following crime spree

Investigators identified a suspect, recovered some stolen property and subsequently arrested man.

Island couple provides 100 meals for hospital staff to honour son, say thank you

“They work so hard and are so thoughtful and kind.”

Seafood festival and trade show postponed

Organizers are working to secure late fall dates to host a modified festival and trade expo in 2020.

Snowbirds liftoff virtually with online airshow

The team isn’t coming to the Comox Valley this year, but you can catch them online.

Early morning fire destroys home on Forbidden Plateau

The area does not have fire protection services.

Pacific Coastal Airlines extends temporary flight suspensions

On April 16, they announced the temporary service suspension has been extended to May 31.