Comox Valley Regional District

Deep Water Recovery Ltd., a ship-breaking company located in Union Bay, has been the topic of concern for residents and K’ómoks First Nation alike. Photo by Terry Farrell

K’ómoks First Nation calls ship-breaking ‘an environmental disaster waiting to happen’

KFN joins chorus of voices expressing concern about Union Bay ship-breaking business

  • Dec 16, 2021
Deep Water Recovery Ltd., a ship-breaking company located in Union Bay, has been the topic of concern for residents and K’ómoks First Nation alike. Photo by Terry Farrell
CVRD Area A director Daniel Arbour, left, pictured with members of the Denman and Hornby Internet Committee, the Connected Coast project and a rep from MP Gord Johns’ office. Photo supplied

Referendum paves way for high-speed internet on Hornby and Denman Islands

Preliminary results from Saturday’s referendum indicate the majority of Hornby and Denman…

CVRD Area A director Daniel Arbour, left, pictured with members of the Denman and Hornby Internet Committee, the Connected Coast project and a rep from MP Gord Johns’ office. Photo supplied
Construction of a fire hall at Mount Washington is expected to cost $2.49 million. File photo

Mount Washington poised to finally get a fire hall

Comox Valley Regional District directors commit money to fire protection at Island ski hill

Construction of a fire hall at Mount Washington is expected to cost $2.49 million. File photo
Fanny Bay residents conducted a neighbourhood meeting in 2020 to discuss problem properties owned by Amandio Santos. File photo supplied

Notorious Vancouver Island landlord pleads to numerous bylaw infractions at ‘problem’ properties

Penalties for Amandio Santos, River Dam Holdings include $35,000 in fines plus legal fees

Fanny Bay residents conducted a neighbourhood meeting in 2020 to discuss problem properties owned by Amandio Santos. File photo supplied
MARS volunteer John shows ambassador owl Otis to visitors. Photo supplied

Merville avian rescue shelter seeing spike in victims of rat poisoning ingestion

Mountainaire Avian Rescue Society cautions against use of rodent poisons

MARS volunteer John shows ambassador owl Otis to visitors. Photo supplied
Local governments are encouraging people to wear facemasks when visiting government offices and facilities in the Comox Valley. ADOBE STOCK IMAGE

Comox Valley governments ‘encouraging’ mask use, but will not mandate face masks

CVRD board chair says local governments will wait until the province mandates mask use

Local governments are encouraging people to wear facemasks when visiting government offices and facilities in the Comox Valley. ADOBE STOCK IMAGE
THe CVRD’s Aquatic Centre and other recreation facilities are now closed. Photo by Mike Chouinard

Comox Valley Regional District rec centres now closed due to COVID-19

Recreation and aquatic facilities had been running over weekend, with some exceptions

THe CVRD’s Aquatic Centre and other recreation facilities are now closed. Photo by Mike Chouinard
Comox Valley Regional District advising of risk of elevated turbidity levels

Comox Valley Regional District advising of risk of elevated turbidity levels

Temporary switch to backup system could affect drinking water for the 45,000 residents

  • Mar 10, 2020
Comox Valley Regional District advising of risk of elevated turbidity levels