City of Campbell River web camera features streaming images of downtown and Discovery Passage

The City of Campbell River has launched an online camera with views of downtown and Discovery Passage.

The web cam showcases the panoramic vista from its rooftop location at city hall and was installed at no cost to the city.

The City’s Information Services Department arranged for an agreement to enter into a partnership with North Island Communications that provides a new image streaming web camera focusing on the downtown core and waterfront. The web cam images are refreshed every 30 seconds and are available to the public through the home page of the City of Campbell River’s website

“North Island Communications is very excited to participate in this and future technology partnerships with the City of Campbell River,” states Dave Emery, owner of North Island Communications. “It allows us to give back to the Community, and share with others the region’s beauty. We live in a special place.”

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