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Fire broke out of this cabin at an RV park south of Campbell River today. Saje Kurpiela photo

Space heaters likely the cause of fatal house fire south of Campbell River

Wednesday’s fatal cabin fire near Campbell River has been determined to be…

Fire broke out of this cabin at an RV park south of Campbell River today. Saje Kurpiela photo
The MV Salmon Seeker was sinking near April Point yesterday evening, but the hole has been patched and booms have been deployed to contain any spills.

Coast Guard responds to sinking vessel near April Point yesterday

Fears Tuesday afternoon about a possible environmental mess tied to a sinking…

The MV Salmon Seeker was sinking near April Point yesterday evening, but the hole has been patched and booms have been deployed to contain any spills.
Fire broke out of this cabin at an RV park south of Campbell River today. Saje Kurpiela photo

UPDATE: Space heaters likely caused fatal Vancouver Island house fire

The male victim was in his late 70’s

Fire broke out of this cabin at an RV park south of Campbell River today. Saje Kurpiela photo
Campbell River judo athlete moving to Alberta to pursue her dream

Campbell River judo athlete moving to Alberta to pursue her dream

An Island athlete is headed to the Prairies to pursue her dreams…

Campbell River judo athlete moving to Alberta to pursue her dream

B.C. lumber deal with U.S.A. discussed at Truck Loggers convention

B.C. needs to change its perspective on softwood lumber trade with the…

Emergency crews are back at the search scene on Clinton Road in the Stories Beach area south of Campbell River. Photo by Jocelyn Doll/Campbell River Mirror

UPDATE: Two dead as swollen creek carries away ATV riders

Third rider survives tragedy near Campbell River

Emergency crews are back at the search scene on Clinton Road in the Stories Beach area south of Campbell River. Photo by Jocelyn Doll/Campbell River Mirror
A vessel washed into the breakwater at the Discovery Harbour Marina during last nights storm. Photo by Jocelyn Doll/Campbell River Mirror

Vessel washed ashore in Campbell River during last night’s storm

A vessel appears to have gotten loose and washed to shore on…

  • Jan 21, 2018
A vessel washed into the breakwater at the Discovery Harbour Marina during last nights storm. Photo by Jocelyn Doll/Campbell River Mirror
B.C. commuters vote to rename bus service to ‘Jeff’

B.C. commuters vote to rename bus service to ‘Jeff’

The company asked and the people of Facebook answered

B.C. commuters vote to rename bus service to ‘Jeff’
Tovè Ryan sells like-new consignment wedding dresses at White Bridal Boutique in Lantzville. Photo by Tamara Cunningham

North Island wedding fair coming to Courtenay on Sunday

Head to the Florence Filberg Centre for the first annual Hitched Wedding and Events Affair brought to you by Black Press

Tovè Ryan sells like-new consignment wedding dresses at White Bridal Boutique in Lantzville. Photo by Tamara Cunningham
After a quick dip in the water the swimmers warmed up around bonfires. Photo by Jocelyn Doll/Campbell River Mirror

Celebrate the New Year with an icy plunge into the ocean

People ran head long into the ocean with shouts of joy and…

After a quick dip in the water the swimmers warmed up around bonfires. Photo by Jocelyn Doll/Campbell River Mirror
A small group of Quadra Islanders gathered to collect signitures on letters to Premier john Horgan as well as MLA Claire Trevena condeming the recent decision to continue with the Site C Dam project. The group was also selling yellow stakes, with proceeds going to the two First Nation Communities in the Peace Region that are challenging the decision in court. Photo by Jocelyn Doll/Campbell River Mirror

Quadra Islanders join the protest against the Site C dam project

“The first principal we need to operate on is that every one…

A small group of Quadra Islanders gathered to collect signitures on letters to Premier john Horgan as well as MLA Claire Trevena condeming the recent decision to continue with the Site C Dam project. The group was also selling yellow stakes, with proceeds going to the two First Nation Communities in the Peace Region that are challenging the decision in court. Photo by Jocelyn Doll/Campbell River Mirror
UPDATED: Minimal risk to Fraser River sockeye due to IHN virus transfer from Atlantic salmon farms

UPDATED: Minimal risk to Fraser River sockeye due to IHN virus transfer from Atlantic salmon farms

A report released today by Fisheries and Oceans Canada, says there is…

UPDATED: Minimal risk to Fraser River sockeye due to IHN virus transfer from Atlantic salmon farms
North Island College’s TV and Film Crew Training building excitment

North Island College’s TV and Film Crew Training building excitment

Walking into the warehouse where the NIC TV and Film Crew Training…

North Island College’s TV and Film Crew Training building excitment
Port Hardy man out $25,000 for illegal fishing

Port Hardy man out $25,000 for illegal fishing

Commercial fishermen pays the price for illegal protected area catch in 2012.

Port Hardy man out $25,000 for illegal fishing