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Suzie Bruce, left, and Ray Bruce, right, holding Ray’s heart after his transplant. His old heart was donated to the Cardiovascular Tissue Registry at the Centre for Heart Lung Innovation, where it will be used for research and educational purposes. (Submitted photo)

Qualicum Beach man ‘a true Canadian at heart’ following amazing transplant story

Herculean effort from RCMP officer to make contact just in time

Suzie Bruce, left, and Ray Bruce, right, holding Ray’s heart after his transplant. His old heart was donated to the Cardiovascular Tissue Registry at the Centre for Heart Lung Innovation, where it will be used for research and educational purposes. (Submitted photo)
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Parksville Qualicum Beach crime report: Thief breaks into home, has a snack

Oceanside RCMP receive 230 complaints in one-week period

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Outside the Crown and Anchor Roadhouse Pub in Qualicum Bay. (Facebook photo)

Qualicum Bay pub cites COVID-19 exposure

Crown and Anchor Roadhouse Pub indicates via social media event took place March 25

Outside the Crown and Anchor Roadhouse Pub in Qualicum Bay. (Facebook photo)
A small group of people have been cutting broom in the Parksville area. (Submitted Photo)

Broombusters efforts continue in Parksville Qualicum Beach region

Volunteers to be out in force in late April and May

A small group of people have been cutting broom in the Parksville area. (Submitted Photo)
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’Crimes of the Heart’ is one of the plays Bard to Broadway plans to feature this season. (Submitted photo)
’Crimes of the Heart’ is one of the plays Bard to Broadway plans to feature this season. (Submitted photo)
Bow Horn Bay Fire Department captain Doug Prizeman, right, and Allan Horeczy at the scene of a fire on Lynx Road. (Michael Briones photo)
Bow Horn Bay Fire Department captain Doug Prizeman, right, and Allan Horeczy at the scene of a fire on Lynx Road. (Michael Briones photo)
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Map of the proposed Pheasant Glen development. (Town of Qualicum Beach Map)

Qualicum Beach residents express views on Pheasant Glen development

Council urged to seek more public input on OCP amendment

Map of the proposed Pheasant Glen development. (Town of Qualicum Beach Map)
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Qualicum Beach’s proposed temporary cold-weather shelter plan rebuffed

BC Housing notifies town airport land cannot be used

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EDITORIAL: Consistent COVID-19 messaging needed from B.C. leaders

NEWS: B.C. is stopping indoor dining and liquor sales, indoor adult group…

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LETTER: Qualicum Beach council should reconsider vote against backyard chickens

I am very disappointed to hear the council of Qualicum Beach’s vote…

  • Mar 31, 2021
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The former St. Andrews Waterfront Park cost the Town of Qualicum Beach $3.4 million. (PQB News file photo)

Town of Qualicum Beach sells pair of properties for a combined $1.086M

Move helps offset cost of former St. Andrews Waterfront Park property

The former St. Andrews Waterfront Park cost the Town of Qualicum Beach $3.4 million. (PQB News file photo)
MLA for Parksville-Qualicum, Adam Walker. (PQB News file photo)
MLA for Parksville-Qualicum, Adam Walker. (PQB News file photo)
A rendering of a proposed resort cottage at Pheasant Glen. (Submitted photo)
A rendering of a proposed resort cottage at Pheasant Glen. (Submitted photo)
A screenshot from the Emergency Management Oceanside’s latest public release to the Parksville Qualicum Beach community with a COVID-19 update. (Submitted photo)

COVID-19: Emergency management group provides update for Parksville Qualicum Beach community

Public release by EMO talks outdoor gathering and immunizations

A screenshot from the Emergency Management Oceanside’s latest public release to the Parksville Qualicum Beach community with a COVID-19 update. (Submitted photo)
The Oceanside Mother’s Day Race will again be cancelled this year but Oceanside Running Club Association members like Jill Davies (239) aim to stage individual solo runs to raise money for charitable groups. (PQB News file photo)

COVID-19: Runners still raising funds for charity in Parksville Qualicum Beach

Despite cancellation of events, ORCA members raise $10,500

The Oceanside Mother’s Day Race will again be cancelled this year but Oceanside Running Club Association members like Jill Davies (239) aim to stage individual solo runs to raise money for charitable groups. (PQB News file photo)
The Old School House Arts Centre, located at 122 Fern Rd West in Qualicum Beach, announced its intent to install new banners designed by Qualicum First Nation member, Mathew Andreatta, in the spring of 2021. (Mandy Moraes photo)

TOSH in Qualicum Beach to install banners created by Indigenous artist

Mathew Andreatta designs will adorn entrances to gallery and gift shop

The Old School House Arts Centre, located at 122 Fern Rd West in Qualicum Beach, announced its intent to install new banners designed by Qualicum First Nation member, Mathew Andreatta, in the spring of 2021. (Mandy Moraes photo)
Qualicum Beach Chamber of Commerce is working on a branding process for Town of Qualicum Beach. (PQB News file photo)

New brand strategy being planned for Town of Qualicum Beach

QB chamber hires Taiji Brand Group to guide process

Qualicum Beach Chamber of Commerce is working on a branding process for Town of Qualicum Beach. (PQB News file photo)
Qualicum First Nation carver Jesse Recalma shows one of the paddles featuring a sea serpent, on display at the Seaside Park Faye Smith Rosenblatt Memorial Pavilion in Qualicum Beach. (Michael Briones photo)

Final touches completed on Faye Smith Rosenblatt Memorial Pavilion in Qualicum Beach

Art pieces from Qualicum First Nation carver Jesse Recalma now on display

Qualicum First Nation carver Jesse Recalma shows one of the paddles featuring a sea serpent, on display at the Seaside Park Faye Smith Rosenblatt Memorial Pavilion in Qualicum Beach. (Michael Briones photo)