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Artists continue work on sand sculptures

The public can view the sand sculptures starting at 2 p.m. on July 13

Historic Parksville church celebrates 124th anniversary

St. Anne’s Church is offering free tours of the church Tuesdays through summer

Parksville resident builds bike to glide along railroad

ICF says rail use not permitted on active railroad

Alberta resident cycles to Parksville from Calgary for Parkinson’s awareness

Mika Anderson raised close to $5,000 in honour of his dad who has Parkinson’s disease

Parks naturalist represents Parksville in Tour de Rock

Allison Roberts will cycle 1,100 km across Vancouver Island for pediatric cancer research

Parksville bottle depot now offers free oil and antifreeze recycling

New infrastructure was made possible by BC Used Oil Management Association

Parksville Chrysler raises funds for charity through golf

The annual golf tournament raised $11,000 for local charities

Parskville, Qualicum Beach, Bowser celebrate Canada Day

Annual Parksville parade and many more activities happening throughout the day

RCMP, fire investigate house fire in Parksville

Fire on Martindale Road deemed suspicious

Parksville family climbs highest mountain peak in North America

A father and two sons reached the summit of Denali after 12 days of hiking

KD Air offers subsidized flights for medical travel

Qualicum Beach’s KD Air, in conjunction with the Province of B.C., is…

SOS Thrift Shop to expand parking lot

The busy thrift shop on Hirst Avenue will go from 31 to 53 parking spaces

Parksville Qualicum Beach businesses donate for raffle basket

Proceeds going to Manna Homeless Society

Theft from vehicles is up in PQB region

Vehicle theft is up to 60 counts already for 2018

Classic cars take over Parksville Qualicum Beach for Father’s Day weekend

The Seaside Cruizers host its 25th annual Show ‘n Shine, Poker Run

One last chance for public to comment on project

Two other supportive housing projects to compare in the province

Lack of security: why Vancouver Island food production is on the decline

Big Read: agriculture a big, expensive commitment as advocates push to make us more food secure

Big Read: locked out of the woods

Vancouver Islanders struggle to balance back country public access with private land protection

B.C. school closes after six year old First Nation boy dies in Port Alberni home

The Port Alberni school will be closed the rest of the week following the death of a six-year-old

‘I would like to acknowledge we are on the territory of First Nations’

Reconciliation, tradition behind practice now becoming common across Vancouver Island