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The folks at the Campbell River Beacon Club are already gearing up for this year's Defeat Depression Walk
Grad Bowling is one Carihi grad events that allow graduating students to get together with their class and create lasting memories.
Artwork is not hard to come by inside Carihi, and soon there will be more on the walls.
Carihi Secondary is often recognized aas a school with a positive learning environment and a diverse, inclusive community.
Campbell River Literacy Association held a Scrabble fundraiser recently
Early Childhood Educators across BC hold rallies backing a plan for affordable childcare
Join conductor Pierre Simard and the Vancouver Island Symphony’s Chamber Orchestra for a Symphony Soundbite at the Tidemark Theatre
Recently Altrusa has given cheques to support the Adult Care Society and the Sexual Wellness and Education Society.
'There are so many exciting ideas the students come up with on how they can help their community'
Volunteer Campbell River hosts its first ever burger and beer night, with music bingo
Campbell River homeowners and landscapers are being warned to complete tree and shrub pruning before nesting season begins
'Canada’s 150th is an historic moment with the power to strengthen our communities and our connection to one another'
A long-time Campbell River blood donor encourages as many people as possible to donate blood and attend a donor clinic
The Campbell River Head Injury Support Society is declaring war against Powell River, Courtenay and Victoria Brain Injury Support Societies
BC Hydro encouraging residents to reduce their home’s electricity use by 10 per cent. If successful, customers can earn a $50 reward
Carihi teacher Jason Kerluck spent last year on a teacher exchange in Australia.
In December a small team of volunteers from Campbell River travelled to Cambodia and Vietnam to participate in a humanitarian mission.