Mike Davies

Museum at Campbell River to celebrate Ann Elmore Haig-Brown’s legacy May 3

Ann quietly made profound changes in social justice, changing the community for the better

Timberline students take over Tidemark Gallery

Record-breaking exhibition sees over 100 works of all different mediums fill the theatre lobby

Island man in ‘serious but stable’ condition after domestic dispute results in knife wounds

33-year-old woman in custody for assault causing bodily harm

Campbell River man in ‘serious but stable’ condition after domestic dispute, knife wounds

33-year-old woman in custody for assault causing bodily harm

Charstate Community Garden almost ready for seeds

Still room on the sign-up list to get a plot at Campbell River’s newest community garden

Campbell River Walk for Hearts continues to support local heart patients

Some of the proceeds from this year’s walk will be used to purchase an ultrasound machine

One of Canada’s best singer-songwriters coming to Sundance Java Bar in Campbell River

Jeffery Straker often draws comparisons to a young Billy Joel, Kris Kristofferson, or Elton John

Sybil Andrew’s legacy in Campbell River ‘something that will be here for generations to come’

It’s been a dozen years or so since the City of Campbell…

VIMX Island Series Round 2 another great weekend at the Campbell River track

‘It was a fun weekend with a great turnout, and, most importantly, no injuries’

Campbell River Skating Club wraps up another great season

‘We could not have possibly asked for a more encouraging year to continue to build on’

City of Campbell River opens the call for food trucks downtown this summer

City will use pilot project to determine the future of food trucks in the downtown core

City of Campbell River looks to youth for possible solutions to tomorrow’s problems

‘Hackathon 2019 is intended to unite the voices of youth through collaborative and creative thinking’

Clothesline Project in Campbell River is a choir of voices raised against abuse

‘It brings up a lot of emotions for people and starts the conversation about violence against women’

Campbell River’s Mackenzie Padington will swim for Canada yet again at World Championships in Korea

Ex Killer Whale has her sights set on Tokyo Olympics, but first things first, as they say

An amazing weekend of Junior B hockey in Campbell River at Cyclone Taylor Cup

Best of the best come to town, and everyone wins (but especially the Revelstoke Grizzlies)

Campbell River housing advocates: announced supportive housing ‘will have a huge impact’

Supportive housing ‘will fill a gap in the current housing options by offering integrated support’

City of Campbell River looks to impose bylaw on public drinking

Bylaw currently only exists in parks, will now expand to all public spaces

City of Campbell River will look elsewhere for a place to put a drag strip

City sees value in the project and wants to support it, but it won’t be at the airport

Your morning news and weather for Thursday, April 11, 2019

Maybe a break in the rain soon, but it won’t last long, which is probably a good thing at this point

Campbell River municipal taxpayers almost catch a $190,000 break

Non-Market Change money comes in higher than projected, but council decides to spend it