Death and comics

Fiona Dunnett blends disparate ideas in her artwork

  • Jan 20th, 2012

Lasqueti artist trying to keep art form alive

Ronaldo Norden uses printmaking techniques in his artwork

Local students take part in We Day

Kwalikum Secondary School students travel to Vancouver for inspirational event

Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles at a glance
Outrigger canoeing a lifestyle
PyeongChang 2018, through the eyes of a Canadian Korean
Bartenders respond to push for better non-alcoholic drinks

Catch the magic of books with the Summer Reading Club

Libraries throughout the area have some exciting programs for the kids

Fishing Forever event catches many

Whoppers galore take the bait

Canadians happy without the penny, but not ready to say goodbye to the nickel: poll

A new survey suggests most British Columbians also agree with the end of the one-cent coin.

Falvai offers his handy advice

Reality show handyman winner spreads his knowledge around in Parksville

Dancing against the grain

Folk dance experiencing a revival

Sunflower tower

Parksville resident Peter Wilson in front of some of his sunflowers.

Parksville swap meet draws vintage car fans from all over

Twentieth Vintage Car Swap Meet event draws a packed house in Parksville

  • Jun 12th, 2012

Summer at the useum

Qualicum Beach Museum opens for the summer season May 26

‘Home’ lecture series resumes at Knox United Church

Final two presentations in Refuge — Where is Home? series set for March 8, 15

  • Mar 1st, 2016

Coin collectors coming to town

Coins from all parts of the globe and many different eras will be on display in Parksville

A bear and a bucket list

Trip to Pond Inlet scratches two ticks off the list for Coombs couple

ElderCollege classes start this week

For those 50 and older, there's a chance to improve your mind

Ducks Unlimited raises $60,000

Annual dinner proves local residents really love their wildlife

Have a doggone good time in Coombs

Trainer Scarlett Luke hosting Dog Dayz of Winter at the Arrowsmith Hall

Single parent employment growing

Up to 100 income assistance clients a week signing up for job training, child care and transportation, minister Michelle Stilwell says

The Great Llama Chase of 2015, Apparently (VIDEO)

Humans are always trying to go viral. Turns out, llamas have the secret. Just be themselves. Escape, and be themselves...

Don’t let your lettuce bolt

Putting bedding plants in the ground too early can pose problems