Mike Davies

Young Island hockey fan gets to hang with her hockey hero

Mackinkley Whalen, 11, wrote a ‘get well soon’ card to Ryan Kesler and got a heck of a surprise

Nowhere near the end of the golf season

Still lots of time to get out there and work on your game…or just have some fun

Baby Bed initiative looks to promote safe sleep

B.C. has one of the lowest infant mortality rates in Canada, but safe sleep is still important

Mirror Morning: 09/21/17

What’s in the news today?

Scientists on the hunt for Atlantic salmon escapees near Campbell River

‘Fresh is better, but frozen is okay, too, and we’ll do a full work-up on it’

Campbell River Local Action Team makes a difference in addressing mental health issues

‘Our community has had enough suicides. We need to do whatever we can to keep our kids safe.’

Campbell River School District opens doors of Robron Centre at no charge

Adults can now upgrade, complete high school or take college prerequisites for free

Mike’s Mirror Minute…with Colleen Evans

Coun. Colleen Evans volunteers to answer Mike’s ridiculous questions

Davies Versus The Pro (Hole #9)

Wherein Mike (almost) finds a Green-In-Regulation!

Don’t swing harder in the rough, swing smarter

So…you’ve missed the fairway again. Now what?

Campbell River School District to realign strategic plan with election cycle

Now that elections are every four years, a five-year strategic plan doesn’t really work

Mirror Morning 09/14/17

What’s in the news?

Development of 3.5-acre Campbell River waterfront site finally has a plan

Plan includes public marketspace, park and plaza with trails, a new home for the CAHS and aquarium

Keeping Terry’s dream alive

This year marks the 37th anniversary of Terry Fox’s inspiring trek

Grannies take to the highway

Grandmothers to Grandmothers support those caring for African orphans

Campbell River Golf and Country Club announces new Grand Plan

New owners to construct new clubhouse, full practice facility and aim to re-open early 2018

NIC gets funding to train film workers in Campbell River and Port Alberni

$488,000 pilot project is designed to get more people able to work on film productions