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Herring stocks may be on the rise, says herring biologist

A seminar in Parksville this weekend will focus on Pacific Herring and how important these small fish are to us locally.

Money being funneled to homeless programs

Regional District of Nanaimo board members voted to support a recommendation that would see $100,000 distributed between Parksville and Nanaimo to help in the fight against homelessness Tuesday at a Committee of the Whole Meeting.

Traffic study accelerated

Despite a looming building permit, the City of Parksville and School District 69 (Qualicum) are embarking on a detailed analysis of the impact of the Family Place on pedestrian and automobile traffic in the area.

Help name some new police dogs

PARKSVILLE — Do you know a great dog name that starts with a ‘D’?

Tree falls, injures driver

QUALICUM BEACH — A Qualicum Beach man is in hospital with serious injuries after a tree being cleared from a property on Howard Road Saturday, fell on his truck.

Park visitors wander off trails and force rescue

If you plan to go hiking, stay on the trails, unless you really know what you’re doing and where you want to go.
Town works to protect waterfront

Town works to protect waterfront

The Town of Qualicum Beach is taking a pro-active approach to global warming and sea level rise in a project to protect the waterfront, says engineer Bob Weir.

Council wants visuals

When people talk about the buildout of the downtown area of Qualicum Beach, they talk about numbers — of both people and buildings.
School superintendent is not done learning

School superintendent is not done learning

It has been an interesting eight years for Candice Morgan to be superintendent of School District 69 (Qualicum).

Qualicum Beach OCP meetings continue

There is no so-called drop dead date for the Town of Qualicum Beach to complete its deliberations on the official community plan.
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