Candace Wu

Nous Chantons

Nous Chantons seeks new members

French singing group was started in 2008 to celebrate french music and culture

Nous Chantons

Lead voice for proposed coal mine leaves company

Stephen Ellis resigned not long after sending the EAO a letter alleging bias

The new crew at Rock-a-Bear Baby Swag and Spa Lindsey Miller

Rock-a-Bear Baby opens shop in Parksville

The store sells baby attire from all over Canada, including Vancouver Island

The new crew at Rock-a-Bear Baby Swag and Spa Lindsey Miller
BELT CHECK

School is in and so are school zone speed limits

Last week, police in Parksville Qualicum Beach were on the lookout for seat-belt use and distracted driving

BELT CHECK

Smaller bus for Parksville Qualicum Beach

Regional district says changes come after input from the community

Raven Coal Mine proponent alleges bias from provincial environmental assessment office

Could this be the final chapter in bid to put mine 50 km from downtown Qualicum Beach?

Bear cubs Jordan and Athena are doing well

Conservation officer transferred out of service

Bryce Casavant was the CO who was suspended after refusing to shoot bear cubs in Port Hardy

Bear cubs Jordan and Athena are doing well

Arrest made in Parksville in connection to a string of thefts

Suspect made his first appearance Monday and was remanded

Seat belt/car seat checks coming this weekend in Parksville Qualicum Beach

Car crashes are the leading cause of death among children in Canada

Man arrested outside Rathtrevor Park Saturday may be linked to recent rash of vehicle thefts

British pounds and Israeli shekels taken from tourists at Rathtrevor Beach Provincial Park

Castley Collery and Rebecca Lawson

HeBrews Cafe donating proceeds Saturday to Haven House

From 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. the Qualiucm Beach café will donate 100 per cent of proceeds to Haven House

Castley Collery and Rebecca Lawson
Qualicum Beach town crier Leonard Mustard and wife Marie are pictured above at the grand opening of the Qualicum Beach Farmers’ Market earlier this year. If you have a way with words

THURSDAY SPOTLIGHT: Are you a poet and you know it?

Third annual Ode To A Farmer Poetry Contest is open until Sept. 13

Qualicum Beach town crier Leonard Mustard and wife Marie are pictured above at the grand opening of the Qualicum Beach Farmers’ Market earlier this year. If you have a way with words

Fire crews busy on Island Highway on Tuesday

"It's not suspicious," confirmed Qualicum Beach Fire Department (QBFD) fire chief Darryl Kohse

RDN creates new position focused on First Nation relations

The Regional District of Nanaimo is looking for a liaison to work with First Nation communities

A vehicle traveling too fast ended up in the middle of the Qualicum Beach roundabout in June. Police say they have received several phone calls recently regarding roundabout rules.

Right in a rounabout way?

Police have received several phone calls regarding proper roundabout etiquette in Parksville Qualicum Beach

A vehicle traveling too fast ended up in the middle of the Qualicum Beach roundabout in June. Police say they have received several phone calls recently regarding roundabout rules.
Shades of Green owner Corrie Smith sits beside Naked Sage jewellery

Shades of Green is all about the earth

Owner Corrie Smith saw a need in the community of Parksville for more eco-friendly options

Shades of Green owner Corrie Smith sits beside Naked Sage jewellery

UVic rabbits have left Coombs for Alberta

Ministry confirmed the remaining UVic rabbits have left Vancouver Island

NDP leader Tom Mulcair stopped in Parksville Tuesday to officially launch the campaign office of NDP candidate Gord Johns

NDP’s Mulcair visits Parksville

Parksville Qualicum Beach is in the new Courtenay-Alberni riding which includes Courtenay, Denman Hornby, Port Alberni, Tofino and Ucluelet.

NDP leader Tom Mulcair stopped in Parksville Tuesday to officially launch the campaign office of NDP candidate Gord Johns
This giant Pacific octopus is VIU Deep Bay Marine Field Station’s newest addition and you can see her at the station where she’s often busy figuring out puzzles.

Giant takes up residence in Deep Bay

Pacific octopus is kept busy doing puzzles at VIU's Deep Bay Marine Field Station

This giant Pacific octopus is VIU Deep Bay Marine Field Station’s newest addition and you can see her at the station where she’s often busy figuring out puzzles.

Qualicum Beach child expected to make full recovery; no charges pending after two-year-old hit by car

"It's not a criminal investigation of any nature. It was a complete accident," said Oceanside RCMP Cpl. Jesse Foreman