Books for cancer

Campbell River’s Chas Maria order held a used book sale Saturday to raise money for equipment for the cancer ward

King and queen of Elders Gathering inspect Campbell River Sea Cadets

Honour given to First Nations couple who will preside over gathering in Campbell River this summer

Carihi Mirror: Renovation proposal in the works for Carihi library

Carihi’s teacher-librarians are creating a proposal to renovate the library.

  • Mar 30th, 2017
Mike's Mirror Minute with Naomi Tabata of CARTI
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Campbell River Pride Festival


Not all lonely fawns are orphans


Mike's Mirror Minute with Jim Powell of the CAHS


Carihi Mirror: Carihi Forestry program gives students a unique way to learn about the industry

Carihi Forestry is a half-day program that runs for one semester each year.

  • Mar 30th, 2017

Totem pole raised and blessed in Sayward

Randy Frank carved the totem pole now standing on K’ómoks First Nation traditional territory.

Looking Back: Sybil Andrews in Campbell River

Although Sybil Andrews lived simply, she had a big impact on our local art scene

  • Mar 30th, 2017

RBC Foundation Donates to John Howard KidStart

The funds will be used to support Campbell River and the Comox Valley’s only mentoring program to continue to provide services for children ages 6-18

  • Mar 29th, 2017

Intersport a shoe-in for Campbell River’s Rotary Fieldhouse project support

Robyn and Jonathan Shead from Intersport presented $5,000 to CRYSA Board Member Neil Ogg to go towards the Rotary Community Fieldhouse project at Robron Park.

  • Mar 29th, 2017

Book giveaway going on a Community Centre right now

Don Pennell buys, restores and gives away childrens books.

$290,000 in NIC scholarships and bursaries now available

Don’t miss your opportunity to apply for $290,000 in scholarships and bursaries available now at NIC

Shake off the winter blues

The North Island Mood Disorders group is open to all and a great way to nurture that natural feeling of hope and rebirth

Campbell River art on display at Lt.-Gov.’s house

Twelve pieces of art from the Campbell River Art Gallery’s permanent collection are being displayed at Government House.

VIDEO: Riding the waves

  • Mar 13th, 2017