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Annual dinner proves local residents really love their wildlife
Trainer Scarlett Luke hosting Dog Dayz of Winter at the Arrowsmith Hall
Up to 100 income assistance clients a week signing up for job training, child care and transportation, minister Michelle Stilwell says
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Putting bedding plants in the ground too early can pose problems
Lighthouse Community art event supports Nile Creek Enhancement Society’s ongoing fish rehabilitation program
Parksville facility will include 14 stations, 56 exercises
Rick Webster was able to apply for a mortgage at CIBC on his own terms when the Parksville branch provided a sign language interpreter.
From fresh fruit to artisan soap, tourists and residents alike will have access to a variety of different markets this season:
Children seem to grow up faster than ever these days and Kerri Isham wants to make sure local girls do it safely.
Award-winning authors and speakers present Pace of Grace retreat
Crevice garden a different kind of way to beautify your property
Noted bird photographer to highlight event
Executive producer Ken Mok says Banks’ absence was ‘deeply felt’ by the show’s fans
Thanks to a recent grant from the B.C. Arts Council, a free community music and arts program for all ages will happen on the streets of Qualicum Beach and Coombs this summer.
QUALICUM BEACH — Beth Marie Anderson is having a country concert in her backyard on Saturday, Aug. 25.
Members of the Cowichan Valley Naturalists do some long-range viewing at the Qualicum Beach waterfront.
Parksville singer and songwriter sees a bright future in music
Rich textile heritage to be celebrated at Parksville event