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UPDATE: 13,000 still without power in Parksville Qualicum Beach area

‘Transmission circuit failure’ listed as cause of issue; total of 27,000 users were affected

  • Sep 5, 2019
Courtenay-Alberni 2019 Candidates - Jonah Gowans
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Drivers under watchful eye of Oceanside Community Safety volunteers as school back in session

Most July leadfoots spotted at Highway 19A and Hemsworth in Qualicum Beach

  • Sep 5, 2019

Parksville pool proponents push petition

More than 2,100 signatures presented to mayor, council and RDN

Open meetings to be held for water service management boards

Arrowsmith and Englishman River meetings both scheduled for Sept. 5

Silent art auction held for Qualicum writer now receiving palliative care

Fundraiser for Linda Tenney runs online until midnight on Sept. 7

Security company seeking workers to meet growing demand on the Island

Commissionaires key sponsor for Black Press Extreme Education and Career Fair

Qualicum Bay-area family thanks rescue crews after late-night callout to assist injured dog

‘Thor’ badly hurt by a bear and trapped at bottom of a 200-foot ravine when Arrowsmith SAR arrived

Liberals yet to choose a candidate for Courtenay-Alberni

The Liberal Party in the Courtenay-Alberni riding has yet to choose a…

Bowser Massage to close its doors after eight years

Owner Colin Crooks joining practice in Comox Valley

Parksville Qualicum Beach crime report: Thieves steal mud flaps, wood-splitter, fuel, bikes and more

Oceanside RCMP received 315 complaints during the week of Aug. 11-17

  • Sep 2, 2019

New book celebrates history of Parksville’s Society of Organized Services

‘Celebrating a Caring Community’ sheds light on community organization’s past

Parksville recognized again for carbon neutrality

City implements variety of energy-saving programs

Part Two: 10 questions with a Qualicum Beach historian

Local guide shares stories of town’s foundations