Jolene Rudisuela

Comox Valley’s first certified Net Zero home completed

The Lake Trail Road home is built to be self-sustainable

Vancouver Island carver declared a Living Legend

Comox Valley artist Lynn Branson honoured for wildfowl carvings

Comox Valley Airport launches Island Good brand

YQQ focuses on providing local products to airport travellers

Woman gets punched in the face, has purse stolen outside Comox Mall

Shannon Taylor said the incident happened around 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday

Owner of Rocky Mountain Coffee Co. speaks out about closure

David Gan says his top priority is ensuring all his staff are paid

Rocky Mountain Coffee Co. employee says bills and staff weren’t being paid leading up to closure

The cafes in Campbell River and the Comox Valley were closed down suddenly on Friday

Manifest Micah: family remembers Vancouver Island victim of Ethiopian Airlines disaster

Public celebration of life scheduled in Courtenay for Micah Messent

Island homeless encampment vacated after complaints of garbage and crime

Crews arrived on Courtenay scene Tuesday to complete the site’s clean up

Courtenay Habitat for Humanity ReStore tops national sales

The local store had the highest sales per square foot in the country for 2018

VIDEO: Comox Valley’s strongest compete in annual strength festival

2019 Comox Valley Strength Festival was held April 27

UPDATE: Oyster River fire crews respond to three separate fires Sunday

Macaulay Road fire under control, but crews still working to put it out completely

Winners overcome flat tire to win Snow to Surf, Island’s premier adventure relay

Island Honda Bonzai skis, runs, mountain bikes, kayaks, cycles and canoes to win adventure race

VIDEO: B.C.’s waving granny gets incredible send-off from school kids

Tinney Davidson has been waving at students on their way to school for over 11 years, but is moving in a month

VIDEO: Comox’s waving granny gets incredible send-off from Highland Secondary students

Tinney Davidson has been waving at kids on their way to school for over 11 years, but is moving in a month

Alternative paths to health: How one Vancouver Island woman is taking control of her cancer treatments

Many Canadians try at least one form of complementary treatment during their cancer journey

Vancouver Island restaurant among Canada’s most sustainable eateries

Locals in Courtenay only B.C. or small city establishment to make the top six list

Roe herring fishery meets DFO expectations; opposition continues to question sustainability

Fishers brought in less than their quota, but conservation groups are still calling for a moratorium

Courtenay woman heartbroken after theft of statues created by late husband

A 60 pound concrete meditation figure and a small bronze statuette were stolen in early March

Vancouver Island business gives elderly pets a step up

Happy Bandit Pet Solutions offers miniature stairs for pets with mobility issues