Erin Haluschak

Comox spring training cancelled for Snowbirds next month

The team announced that due to ongoing travel restrictions they will not be training in the Valley

Hip tradition sing-along planned again for Canadians April 2

The Tragically Hip’s Paul Langlois is encouraging all to join him virtually in a’Porch Session.’

Vancouver Island food banks reopen on a limited basis

Operations in Mill Bay, Duncan and Courtenay once again feeding those who need it

Helping those at risk, one piece of paper at a time through ‘isolation communication’

Simple paper tool during pandemic making its way across Canada thanks to social media.

Vancouver Island farm markets migrating to online platforms

Deemed essential services, many continue to operate in-person with social distancing

Vancouver Islanders step up to mask the response to COVID-19

Amateurs and professionals alike are sewing masks to stave off expected shortages

Canada-wide Tragically Hip sing-along planned for March 26

Montreal comedian Joey Elias has put the call out on social media

Courtenay Canadian Tire buys up cases of Girl Guide cookies

Treats will be resold in the store to help fundraiser sidestep COVID-19

COVID-19 scam hits Comox Valley church

The reverend of a Comox church is hoping her experience can serve as a warning to others.

Comox Valley Airport following Pandemic Response Plan; measures in place

CVAC acknowledges the general risk to Canadians is deemed low as noted by the Government of Canada

Handheld alarm ‘basically saved’ Courtenay woman’s life during dog attack

A dog attack happened near Harmston Park last week in Courtenay

Lost hiker rescued off Mount Becher on Vancouver Island

Crew members were tasked around 4:30 p.m. Wednesday for the hiker

Three international trips now called due to coronavirus: Comox Valley School District

“This was a difficult decision, and one we did not make lightly,” said SD71 superintendent.

Producing gourmet golden maple syrup on Vancouver Island

The Comox Valley’s Glenn Janzen is one of the Island’s many maple syrup producers

Comox spring training dates confirmed for Snowbirds

The team is arriving one month later than usual.

Some international Comox Valley School District trips cancelled due to coronavirus

Senior management has been monitoring the situation carefully both domestically and internationally.

Vancouver Island photographer captures spirit of the north with Yukon Quest experience

Viktor Davare concludes: ‘the Yukon has some kind of magic’

Heart attacks strike Vancouver Island couple just over one year apart

Courtenay husband and wife share personal stories to bring awareness to heart month

Vancouver Island man warning others through video following cyber attack

Julian White had his online portfolio hacked less than two weeks ago.