Local Business

Parksville business wins for customer service at Torch Awards

Qualicum Beach, Nanoose Bay businesses also received recognition

Iron Warehouse to become first 24-hour gym in PQB

On Nov. 25, members will have flexible time to workout and train

Nanoose strata fighting RDN’s plans to build trail leading to Moorecroft Park

Property owners sign petition to express their opposition to the regional district’s proposal

85-year-old Parksville entrepreneur still going strong

The Wool Shop celebrates 35th anniversary in November

Society urging local governments to preserve Hamilton Marsh

New video highlights residents desire to maintain 360 hectares for watershed, wildlife, and community values

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Sobeys sees automation as the future of supermarket warehousing
    Money Monitor: Leaving money to a secret beneficiary

      Paint party artist starting up studio classes

      Jenny Hughes hopes to bring students further into their art learning

      B.C. minister warned salmon farm not to restock

      Letter to Marine Harvest not a threat, Lana Popham says

      Cross on the Commons cycling race set for Oct. 22

      Organizer expects around 350 racers to compete at the inaugural event

      Zumba instructor offering new training program

      Demo class offer Saturday at Fluid Fitness in Parksville

      Island gals open hidden boutique in Qualicum Beach

      Sea Thrift Artisan Boutique to hold open house Oct. 21

      Parksville business says best to change to winter tires sooner

      Winter tires requirement on designated roads in province already in effect

      Bus services planned for Duke Point area in 2018

      Proposed 5,000 expansion transit hours to provide riders access to five ferry sailings each day

      World stage experience motivates Butterworth even more

      Former Oceanside athlete has set her sights on 2020 Olympics

      Grown, baked and eaten all at Rusted Rake

      Young family opens Nanoose Bay eatery on their organic farm

      Finalists announced for 2017 Torch Awards on Vancouver Island

      These awards handed out by the Better Business Bureau honour companies that demonstrate ethics and integrity.

      Young Generals tame Wolves for first win

      Goalies key to Oceanside’s successful penalty killing