Mike Davies

Island Health to review Overdose Prevention Sites

VIHA looking into how they can improve the service and what its impact is on the community

City of Campbell River to consider regulating shipping containers on residential property

‘…the sort of high-level proposal right now is to restrict them to temporary use.”

Panel: Science, not emotion, needs to take the lead on fish farming

Campbell River Chamber of Commerce luncheon looks at conflict resolution in aquaculture industry

Bear spray, police dog involved in arrest after abandoned mill sustains $100,000 damage

RCMP have arrested three people for causing approximately $100,000 worth of damage…

So…about this week’s provincial budget

Lots of good things in the 2018 provincial budget, which is kind of scary

Sheepdogs bring their modern classic rock sound to Tidemark

Three hours after the music started, band fittingly ends encore with Ramblin’ Man

Quadra Island artist gets to be one of the artists he idolized as a child

He grew up drawing images he saw in Ducks Unlimited calendars. Now his work is in them

Province clarifies engagement process for spring gypsy moth spraying in Campbell River neighbourhood

Pamphleting, open-house-style information session to occur before crews move in to perform spraying

Campbell River dials back invasive species bylaw amendment

City will now turn its attention to educating the public on invasives and noxious weeds

Second ‘Do Not Occupy’ issued after last week’s mudslide

One home was determined to be unihabitable Jan. 26

North Island wildlife rescue group getting overwhelmed by the need

New MARS animal hospital means more patients and longer stays, president says

Evacuations lifted after Campbell River mudslide, but one home now ‘uninhabitable’

Geotechnical report comes out regarding mudslide that trapped two seniors in their home

North Island – Powell River MP Rachel Blaney named NDP deputy Whip

‘I am incredibly honoured to be appointed as an Officer of the House’

‘Heavy-handed’ Campbell River bylaw amendment to get ‘tweaks’ before being passed

City looks to control invasives and noxious weeds by holding property owners accountable

‘Our stories shouldn’t go to our graves with us’

Bev Sellars hopes her Haig-Brown Writer-in-Residency encourages more people to share their realities

City of Campbell River to consider donating land for ambitious affordable housing solution

AVIHS: ‘Municipal governments are trying to do this on their own, but it’s impossible’

Campbell River Storm hoping to host 2019 provincial championships

City hopes to welcome the best of the best in Jr. B hockey to the Brindy next April

City of Campbell River clarifies new gender-inclusive washroom policy

‘It’s not a free-for-all,’ says GM of facilities, ‘it’s to provide additional services’