Local News

Parksville councillor wants First Nation recognition made policy

City opens public meetings with voluntary acknowledgment of traditional territories

Qualicum Beach, Bowser to get high-speed internet

Funding from provincial, federal governments

Campbell River fire crews rescue two seniors trapped by mudslide, four homes evacuated

Residents were safely removed from the house and are now staying with family

  • Jan 21st, 2018

UPDATE: Whiskey Creek floodwaters subside

Area roads reopened following Sunday morning closure

  • Jan 21st, 2018
video
Parksville MakerSpace welcomes model railroaders
Views in the news, Jan. 18
Truck fire in Parksville neighbourhood
Views in the News, Jan. 9

Man receives four-year sentence for stabbing Good Samaritan near Qualicum Beach

Jeffrey Brian MacDonald sentenced to additional 242 days in jail

Parksville MakerSpace members ride the rails

New room added for model train enthusiasts; workshop set for Jan. 21

Parksville water project seeks new manager

City operations manager moves to new job with RDN

  • Jan 18th, 2018

Jury convicts spear-wielding Duncan man in 2015 Ladysmith RV park murder

Trever George Meers used a handmade spear to stab Rayna Johnson at the Campers Corners RV Park

Workers evacuated due to gas smell in Parksville

Firefighters, Fortis unable to find source, and workers back to work

B.C. cougar kitten rescued after mother struck by vehicle

Conservation Officers find home for young kitten found dehydrated and frostbitten near Williams Lake

Lifestyle change key to keeping off pounds

Pharmasave Parksville aids UBC clinical study helping sufferers of Type 2 diabetes

Qualicum Beach makes list of top places to visit in 2018

Expedia Canada surveyed 1,000 Canadians for the list

UPDATE: Power restored to most of Parksville Qualicum Beach

Earlier windstorm resulted in nearly 4,000 customers without power Wednesday morning

Parksville council backs away from tree-free bylaw

Motion to postpone vote on subdivision bylaw passes unanimously

Winds up to 100 km/h expected for Vancouver Island

“If you are near the water, it is important to be ‘Coastsmart,’ by staying above the high tide.”