Marc Kitteringham

Beekeeper Iain Glass inspects a hive at a Black Creek bee yard. Photo by Marc Kitteringham, Campbell River Mirror

PHOTOS: Breeding a better bee for Vancouver Island

Bee geneticist chose Black Creek and Campbell River area for research collaboration project

Beekeeper Iain Glass inspects a hive at a Black Creek bee yard. Photo by Marc Kitteringham, Campbell River Mirror
Haylee Beeman, a summer student with Greenways Land Trust, picks a bunch of plums on August 6, 2020. Photo by Marc Kitteringham – Campbell River Mirror

Campbell River fruit tree project carries on despite pandemic

More volunteers wanted for Greenways’ gleaning initiative

Haylee Beeman, a summer student with Greenways Land Trust, picks a bunch of plums on August 6, 2020. Photo by Marc Kitteringham – Campbell River Mirror
Campbell River’s RCMP Detachment. Photo by Marc Kitteringham – Campbell River Mirror

Vancouver Island MLA says too much on shoulders of RCMP

Reformed Police Act could look at spreading responsibility to other responders

Campbell River’s RCMP Detachment. Photo by Marc Kitteringham – Campbell River Mirror
So Vancouver Island, you want to defund your police?

So Vancouver Island, you want to defund your police?

Examining what a nearly $10 million RCMP contract gets the people of Campbell River

So Vancouver Island, you want to defund your police?
Campbell River RCMP are looking for those responsible for graffiti at Nunn’s Creek Park over August Long Weekend. Photo courtesy Campbell River RCMP

Campbell River RCMP looking for those responsible for ‘hate speech’ graffiti

Incident took place in Nunn’s Creek Park over August long weekend

Campbell River RCMP are looking for those responsible for graffiti at Nunn’s Creek Park over August Long Weekend. Photo courtesy Campbell River RCMP
Momoa was found in the Campbell River landfill and brought to the SPCA for treatment. Photo courtesy BC SPCA
Momoa was found in the Campbell River landfill and brought to the SPCA for treatment. Photo courtesy BC SPCA
Single-use plastic bags should be left in the time before COVID-19. Photo by Crystal Schick, Yukon News

COLUMN: Single-use plastics have no place in post-pandemic world

We should be taking this opportunity to break old habits

Single-use plastic bags should be left in the time before COVID-19. Photo by Crystal Schick, Yukon News
The new supportive housing project will be located on Dogwood Street. Photo courtesy Google Maps.
The new supportive housing project will be located on Dogwood Street. Photo courtesy Google Maps.
Youth engagement coordinator Chloe Valentine helps Jimmie and Gale Glover donate their lightly used books. Photo by Marc Kitteringham, Campbell River Mirror
Youth engagement coordinator Chloe Valentine helps Jimmie and Gale Glover donate their lightly used books. Photo by Marc Kitteringham, Campbell River Mirror
Cortes Island director Noba Anderson has filed a lawsuit against the Strathcona Regional District related to a 2019 issue. Campbell River Mirror file photo

Cortes Island area director sues Strathcona Regional District

Director suing to quash censure motion, and recoup legal costs from 2019 suit

Cortes Island director Noba Anderson has filed a lawsuit against the Strathcona Regional District related to a 2019 issue. Campbell River Mirror file photo
Volunteer Katie Crombie picks up a cigarette butt at Ken Forde Park on July 8. Photo by Marc Kitteringham, Campbell River Mirror

Young volunteers clean Vancouver Island beaches

Events held in Campbell River, Nanaimo, Comox, Powell River and Victoria

Volunteer Katie Crombie picks up a cigarette butt at Ken Forde Park on July 8. Photo by Marc Kitteringham, Campbell River Mirror
MOUHSS stands for Mobile Outreach Unit for Health and Support Services, and takes a holistic approach to health. Photo by Marc Kitteringham, Campbell River Mirror

Mobile Health Unit takes to Campbell River streets

KDC Health-operated health bus offers holistic approach to health

MOUHSS stands for Mobile Outreach Unit for Health and Support Services, and takes a holistic approach to health. Photo by Marc Kitteringham, Campbell River Mirror
Fire fighters work to extinguish the blaze that burnt down multiple structures on an Oyster River hay farm on July 1. Photo courtesy Oyster River Fire Department

Trio of Vancouver Island fire deparments respond to barn blaze

Oyster River, Courtenay and Campbell River fire departments all respond to incident

Fire fighters work to extinguish the blaze that burnt down multiple structures on an Oyster River hay farm on July 1. Photo courtesy Oyster River Fire Department
From left are Mya Fong, Glen Fong, Tanya Larmour and Selena Fong, with Phillip Fong seated in front. The Fong family have owned the Rosebowl Restaurant for three generations. Photo by Marc Kitteringham - Campbell River Mirror

Campbell River’s Rosebowl Restaurant closes after 50 years

Three generations of the Fong family have worked in the space

From left are Mya Fong, Glen Fong, Tanya Larmour and Selena Fong, with Phillip Fong seated in front. The Fong family have owned the Rosebowl Restaurant for three generations. Photo by Marc Kitteringham - Campbell River Mirror
Ken Clausen with an e-bike at his shop in Campbell River. Clausen says that e-bike sales have been on the rise. Photo by Marc Kitteringham - Campbell River Mirror

Campbell River sees COVID-19 cycling boom

Bike sales and service up at local bike shops

Ken Clausen with an e-bike at his shop in Campbell River. Clausen says that e-bike sales have been on the rise. Photo by Marc Kitteringham - Campbell River Mirror
Campbell River Fire Department responded to a house fire on the evening of June 17, 2020. Photo courtesy Campbell River Fire Deparment

No injuries in Campbell River house fire

Crews responded to blaze on June 17

Campbell River Fire Department responded to a house fire on the evening of June 17, 2020. Photo courtesy Campbell River Fire Deparment
Even experts like scientists can have bias and opinions, it is up to us to consider all the facts. Black Press File Photo.

OPINION: Even the experts can disagree

Just because an expert says so doesn’t mean it’s the whole truth

Even experts like scientists can have bias and opinions, it is up to us to consider all the facts. Black Press File Photo.
A decapitated sea lion washed up on the beach near Lantzville, found on April 28, 2020. PBMM discourages the practice, and advocates for humane and non-wasteful harvesting. Photo supplied by Animal Alliance of Canada

Seals and sea lions: scourge of the Salish sea?

Biologists divided on the cause of salmon decline as feds consider commercial seal hunt

A decapitated sea lion washed up on the beach near Lantzville, found on April 28, 2020. PBMM discourages the practice, and advocates for humane and non-wasteful harvesting. Photo supplied by Animal Alliance of Canada
Scotch broom started as an ornamental plant that escaped and took well to Vancouver Island’s climate. Photo by Marc Kitteringham, Campbell River Mirror

Pandemic partially handcuffing Island broom busting operations

Groups looking for experienced volunteers to tackle invasive plants while social distanced

Scotch broom started as an ornamental plant that escaped and took well to Vancouver Island’s climate. Photo by Marc Kitteringham, Campbell River Mirror
The Campbell River Community Foundation raised its fundraising target to $250,000 after passing its previous goal of $100,000. Photo supplied.

Campbell River Community Foundation sets new bar in COVID-19 fundraiser

Group hopes to raise $250,000 for local relief

The Campbell River Community Foundation raised its fundraising target to $250,000 after passing its previous goal of $100,000. Photo supplied.