Campbell River Staff

Gymnast Jordan Loock showing off her winnings after the Canadian National Championships. Photo supplied

Campbell River gymnast makes history at Canadian Championships

Jordan Loock brought home medals, helped B.C. team to top spot

Gymnast Jordan Loock showing off her winnings after the Canadian National Championships. Photo supplied
Drivers on Hilchey Road should expect delays. Photo by Sean Feagan/Campbell River Mirror

Drivers should expect delays on Hilchey Road

Watermain project to have more of an effect on traffic as work continues

Drivers on Hilchey Road should expect delays. Photo by Sean Feagan/Campbell River Mirror

Keep your pets prepared in case of emergency

Seven steps to make sure your companions are ready

Campbell River Art + Earth Festival Coordinator Mike Davies sets up along the Seawalk near Rotary Park to play some tunes for passers by. This coming Sunday, July 25, the Seawalk will be filled with buskers between Frank James Park in Willow Point and Hidden Harbour in celebration of International Buskers Day. Photo courtesy Campbell River Art + Earth Festival

International Buskers Day event takes to the Seawalk

Musicians to ‘serenade the shoreline’ on Sunday

Campbell River Art + Earth Festival Coordinator Mike Davies sets up along the Seawalk near Rotary Park to play some tunes for passers by. This coming Sunday, July 25, the Seawalk will be filled with buskers between Frank James Park in Willow Point and Hidden Harbour in celebration of International Buskers Day. Photo courtesy Campbell River Art + Earth Festival
The SRD is holding meetings to help people acclimatize to new Tsunami flood maps. (Black Press Media file photo)

Public invited to learn about Tsunami mapping in SRD

Zoom meetings to be held in mid-August

The SRD is holding meetings to help people acclimatize to new Tsunami flood maps. (Black Press Media file photo)
Quadra Island RCMP detachment. Photo by Marc Kitteringham, Campbell River Mirror.

One person injured in Quadra RCMP incident

Incident being investigated by IIO

Quadra Island RCMP detachment. Photo by Marc Kitteringham, Campbell River Mirror.
Wednesday is Camp Day at Tim Hortons across Canada and in Campbell River to raise money to send deserving kids to a Tim Horton Children’s Foundation camp. Local personalities pitch in to help serve customers and here Tim Hortons staff member Kyla Carswell (left) and supervisor Ron Cornelio (right) were joined by special guest, Fireman Kelly Bellefleur (centre) for a shift in 2017. File photo

Send a kid to camp on July 21

Tim Hortons restaurants donating 100 per cent of proceeds on Wednesday

Wednesday is Camp Day at Tim Hortons across Canada and in Campbell River to raise money to send deserving kids to a Tim Horton Children’s Foundation camp. Local personalities pitch in to help serve customers and here Tim Hortons staff member Kyla Carswell (left) and supervisor Ron Cornelio (right) were joined by special guest, Fireman Kelly Bellefleur (centre) for a shift in 2017. File photo
Month that Matters will see Campbell River youth see the benefits of volunteering. Volunteer Campbell River image

Campbell River youth urged to get involved with Month that Matters

Volunteer Campbell River’s YouthCan program hopes to spark an interest in helping out

Month that Matters will see Campbell River youth see the benefits of volunteering. Volunteer Campbell River image
Season tickets for the 2021/2022 season are going on sale at the end of July. File photo by Marissa Tiel – Campbell River Mirror

Get ready to pack the Brindy again

Storm season tickets going on sale at end of July

Season tickets for the 2021/2022 season are going on sale at the end of July. File photo by Marissa Tiel – Campbell River Mirror
Paving will be taking place on Highway 19a between Simms Creek and the Big Rock Boat Ramp next week. Photo by Sean Feagan/Campbell River Mirror

Delays expected along Highway 19A in Campbell River next week

Paving between Simms Creek and Big Rock Boat Ramp to take place between July 19 and 23

Paving will be taking place on Highway 19a between Simms Creek and the Big Rock Boat Ramp next week. Photo by Sean Feagan/Campbell River Mirror
A-Tlegay Fisheries Society will be leading a Chinook salmon gravel placement project starting July 19 on the Campbell River, at a location beside BC Hydro’s John Hart site. Photo supplied
A-Tlegay Fisheries Society will be leading a Chinook salmon gravel placement project starting July 19 on the Campbell River, at a location beside BC Hydro’s John Hart site. Photo supplied
The last mile connections go between homes and the subsea cable network. Photo courtesy SRD.

High-speed Internet coming to Cortes Island

SRD receives funding for Connected Coast last mile hook ups

The last mile connections go between homes and the subsea cable network. Photo courtesy SRD.
Every Child Matters

Campbell River Virtual Canada Day video will focus on helping First Nations communities heal

Will be a compilation of sharing by First Nations’ Chiefs, Leadership and an Elder

Every Child Matters
BC Ferries is asking people not to line up for the first ferry sailing between Cortes and Quadra until after the last sailing of the day before. Photo by Mike Chouinard/Campbell River Mirror

BC Ferries ask Cortes Islanders to avoid congestion leading to terminal

Whaletown terminal roadway congestion causing safety concerns

BC Ferries is asking people not to line up for the first ferry sailing between Cortes and Quadra until after the last sailing of the day before. Photo by Mike Chouinard/Campbell River Mirror
The Sayward Clean-Up-Day is scheduled for July 17 and 18, for residents to dispose household items too large for regular curbside collection. (Photo by Mike Davies/Campbell River Mirror)

Clean Up Day to be held July 17 and 18 in Sayward

Habitat for Humanity will accept donations of household items

The Sayward Clean-Up-Day is scheduled for July 17 and 18, for residents to dispose household items too large for regular curbside collection. (Photo by Mike Davies/Campbell River Mirror)
The SRD has received funding for their FireSmart program. Earlier this year, a fire was burning out of control near Gold River Photo courtesy Coastal Fire Centre

Strathcona Regional District receives FireSmart funding

Nearly $400,000 awarded from UBCM

The SRD has received funding for their FireSmart program. Earlier this year, a fire was burning out of control near Gold River Photo courtesy Coastal Fire Centre
Kids and their parents worked on a special kids garden in 2016 at the Compost Education Centre. File photo

Garden Education Centre in Campbell River open for the season

Centre offering workshops on Saturdays

Kids and their parents worked on a special kids garden in 2016 at the Compost Education Centre. File photo
20-foot Weekender travel trailer was stolen from a Denis Road residence on June 28. Photo courtesy Campbell River RCMP

Thieves haul 20-foot travel trailer away in the middle of the night in Campbell River

Trailers becoming inreasingly popular target for criminals

20-foot Weekender travel trailer was stolen from a Denis Road residence on June 28. Photo courtesy Campbell River RCMP
Artist Tasse Geldart donated a painting to be auctioned off, raising funds for grandmothers in Africa. Photo supplied

Campbell River Grandmothers to Grandmothers hold art auction

When a new member offers a gift that new partners are glad to support, opportunities add up for all

Artist Tasse Geldart donated a painting to be auctioned off, raising funds for grandmothers in Africa. Photo supplied
Smoke plume rises from fire 2.5 kilometres from Ehatis on Vancouver Island's west coast. Photo by Ehattesaht/Chinehkint Councillor Cory Hanson.

First Nation declares state of emergency on Vancouver Island’s west coast

Wildfire reminds Zeballos-area First Nation of extensive evacuations due to blaze in 2018

Smoke plume rises from fire 2.5 kilometres from Ehatis on Vancouver Island's west coast. Photo by Ehattesaht/Chinehkint Councillor Cory Hanson.