Mike Davies

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’

Campbell River’s public washrooms and changerooms go gender-neutral

‘Self-identification is the only criterion required to determine which washroom a person uses’

Petition calls for review of ferries governance

Regional director hopeful 10,000 signatures will make a difference

Dead, leech-covered salmon worry stream watchers on Quadra

‘It’s a natural phenomenon, but we’re seeing some unprecedented behaviour’

Small route user disappointed BC Ferries will not return to government control

‘If they tore up the Coastal Ferry Act, we’d be right back to where things were when they were working’

Two major fires in one week ‘devastating’ for Oyster River

‘We maybe get two fires like this in a year, so to have two in a week is kind of unheard of for us’

Fire takes Quadra house despite efforts of residents, neighbours

‘It’s not that the fire department doesn’t want to go out there…it’s that they’re not allowed to’

Myra Falls re-opening gets a timeline

Mine suspended operations in 2015 but is set to start removing ore again early next year

Report paints a grim picture for those searching for rentals in Campbell River

Vacancy rate at a miniscule 0.6 per cent, rent has increased 10 per cent year-over-year