Mike Davies

Campbell River fish lab receives international recognition

‘Anybody in the world can send us samples now and the results are defensible in court’

Islanders remember noted Wei Wai Kum First Nation artist Mulidzas

Community reflects on the impact of one of its best after Curtis Wilson’s sudden death this weekend

MIKE’S MUSINGS: It’s been two years, and still nothing

On Oct. 16, 2017, 17-year-old Jordan Holling didn’t make it home

Basement e-training sends Vancouver Island cyclist to Europe

John Vanderveen didn’t know what he was signing up for, but he’s glad he clicked the button

MIKE’S MUSINGS: Learn the party line, listen to the candidates, and vote

Deciding who to vote for isn’t that hard, here’s how

First Art & Earth Festival an experiment gone terribly, terribly right

Campbell River event ‘turned out fantastically, we’re definitely onto something’

Economy and ecology ideals conflict in Island photographer’s work

David Ellingsen’s The Last Stand is part of Campbell River’s Art & Earth Festival

Union says mediated negotiation with WFP has been ‘disappointing’

Striking forestry workers have been on picket lines since Canada Day

First North Island Craft Beer Festival being tapped in November

Organizers hope to turn four-hour Campbell River event into annual weekend-long extravaganza

New initiative challenges Islanders: ‘Don’t walk in the hallways’

Hop, skip, dance, sway — anything to keep up your physical literacy skills

Bringing hope to the overdose discussion in Campbell River

‘There are so many out there who don’t reach out and speak to somebody’

Campbell River spending $200,000 on pre-fab downtown washroom

Toilet is designed to discourage vagrancy, withstand and deter vandalism and be easier to maintain

Painter’s Lodge manager inducted into basketball Hall of Fame

Dikran Zabunyan sees running a hotel like building a championship basketball team

Mike’s Musings: I hereby postpone the end of summer

In which I convince myself there’s still time to do summer-y things before the end of summer

Mike’s Musings: The unsung heroes of the school district

Let’s all take a second to think about what ‘cleaning a school’ entails

Uncooperative homeowners dragging down Vancouver Island invasive species battle

Too many Campbell River property owners unresponsive to notifications regarding knotweed

Secondary suites could become legal for every single-family home in Campbell River

Council has asked for a bylaw to be prepared that could see a suite allowed in all R-1 zoned homes

Resilient Island students don’t let nature project vandalism keep them down

Bird and bee houses torn off the trees and smashed, but the kids bounced back and put more up

Read Island fire now over 30 hectares in size

‘It’ll be a while to get this fire under control’

Campbell River’s complex relationship with salmon

Eiko Jones looks to examine how salmon helped form Campbell River’s identity over time with new film