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Get ready to drop, cover and hold on

Great B.C. ShakeOut returns to educate people on earthquake preparedness

  • Oct 9th, 2018

Reduce, re-use, re-tirement for Qualicum Bay couple

Pair hard at work building earthship-inspired home with used tires, bottles, more

Sewage issue contentious at RDN Area H debate

Two candidates in running for director post

Brian Wiese: Qualicum Beach mayoral candidate
Anne Skipsey: Qualicum Beach mayoral candidate
Scott Harrison: Qualicum Beach councillor candidate
Robert Filmer: Qualicum Beach councillor candidate

Nanoose Bay stretch of Hwy. 19 considered high crash area

The RCMP’s Central Island Traffic Services division has responded to several severe crashes this year

Qualicum school destrict defining when physically restraining a student is OK

First reading passed for Physical Restraint and Seclusion Policy, biohazard plan

BC Ferries wants five new ships

Sights set on Canadian shipyards to build vessels for local routes

Advance voting days available in Parksville, Qualicum Beach, RDN

General voting day is Oct. 20, with advance voting Oct. 10, Oct. 17

Parksville’s Rybo is fast becoming a ruck star

Newcomer from the Philippines named to BC U16 and elite sevens program

Housing, development dominate discussion at Qualicum Beach all-candidates meeting

Candidates split on more action faster, or gradual, considered approach

Expect unpredictable road conditions this long weekend, says ICBC

On average, four people are killed and 650 people are injured in 2,100 crashes in B.C. this weekend

Signs of election are prominent in Parksville Qualicum Beach region

Abundance of municipal election signs line roadside boulevards and residential lawns

Qualicum Beach council moves forwards on East Village, tweaks proposed plastic bag ban

Several speed redcation motions end with existing speeds remaining

Transit service to Coombs discussed

A feasibility study was conducted in 2016.

RDN presents letter of intent to buy water utility

The Regional District of Nanaimo has looked at purchasing EPCOR WaterWest Utility

Parksville farmer says new USMCA deal ‘terribly weakens’ Canadian dairy industry

Clarke Gourlay of Morningstar Farm says new trade deal will negatively impact his farm’s milk production

Car flips in Nanoose Bay crash

Vehicle left on its roof far from road Saturday, Sept. 29

Senior pulled from vehicle after driving into Newcastle Channel

Incident happened at 1:35 p.m. in area of Stewart Avenue, near St. George Street

Qualicum Beach sells fire truck to Duncan man for $1

Vehicle will remain available for special events