Terry Farrell

March 18 Lotto 6/49 draw produces third Vancouver Island millionaire in the past two weeks

Ticket purchased on the North Island wins $1 million

VIDEO: B.C. teacher returns from Spain, makes impassioned plea to Canadians

“Stop making memes. It’s not a joke.”

EDITORIAL: Communities have a right to know when COVID-19 arrives locally

Island Health should be more forthcoming about where on the Island cases are confirmed

People now allowed to stay in cars on BC Ferries to avoid COVID-19 spread

Transport Canada has granted B.C.’s request, Premier says

People now allowed to stay in cars on BC Ferries to avoid COVID-19 spread

Transport Canada has granted B.C.’s request, Premier says

Courtenay doctor confirms Comox Valley’s first case of COVID-19

Dr. Tanja Daws says there is one confirmed local case

Music industry feeling the effects of COVID-19 pandemic

Musicians, promoters and producers alike all reeling from cancellations, venue bans

Kijiji bans listings for toilet paper, disinfectant wipes, and other coronavirus-related items

Action comes as a response to people profiting off the COVID-19 pandemic

Bright futures for two Courtenay ballerinas

Teacher calls 14-year-old Mayako Setta and 16-year-old Sarah Collins special

Connect with your elderly neighbours during COVID-19 crisis

Check in on them, by phone or in person, to ensure their needs are being met

Courtenay ticket a $2 million BC 6/49 jackpot winner

Someone who bought a lottery ticket in Courtenay is a multi-millionaire. The…

Comox Valley woman rejects doctors to battle cancer through natural methods

“I believe the body heals itself when you give it the right things and take away the wrong things.”

Vancouver Island’s L’Arche community reeling over findings of inquiry into founder

Participants stunned over findings of founder’s sexual misconduct

Suspicious sedan following walkers spooking Comox Valley residents

Military police and RCMP investigating, increasing patrols

White magic in Black Creek: Wiccan church congregation seeing growth

North Island woman named high priestess of Aquarian Tabernacle Church of Canada

Comox Valley RCMP seeking witnesses to suspicious fire

Man who may have been wearing black hoodie seen fleeing area

K’òmoks First Nation not involved in highway blockage: Chief Rempel

Chief Rempel releases statement after pipeline-related protest snarls highway exit near Courtenay

Wind advisory for Eastern Vancouver Island

Batten down the hatches; there’s a windstorm coming our way. Environment Canada…

Editorial: Affordable housing is no longer affordable

Province needs to reset what affordable means to today’s families

Vandals slash cables at Vancouver Island EV charging station

All five charging outlets at the Buckley Bay rest stop have been damaged