Mike Davies

Concerns raised over Myra Falls mine permit amendment application

Campbell River Environmental Committee drafts letter to ministry, citing Mount Polley

Maryland and 19A to get its traffic light

Ocean Grove residents have been asking for a light, and they’ll get it in 2019

Storm remain atop the league – but not by much

Team goes 1-1 last week, hosts second place Nanaimo tonight do defend their spot at the top

‘Tis the Season … for holiday stories!

What’s your favourite holiday memory? Do you have any unique traditions? Tell us about them!

Campbell River to install two new four-way stops at Evergreen Road near hospital

Evergreen and Birch, as well as Evergreen and Alder, to receive four-way stops ‘immediately’

Myra Falls re-opening gets a timeline

Mine suspended operations in 2015 but is set to start removing ore again early next year

Campbell River council quadruples social grant allocation

Fund will rise to $100,000 per year

Walter Morgan Shed to finally get its renovation

City sees heritage value in the property and will fund renewal project to the tune of $200,000

CITY BUDGET 2018: Traffic improvements on the way

Advance turn arrows downtown, more pedestrian lights and a bus pullout on Dogwood at Carihi in 2019

City turns its attention to bolstering the RCMP

Two new officers coming to Campbell River detachment as soon as they can get them here

NIC welcomes Japanese-trained chef to its instruction team

Avi Sternberg was the first western student to enrol at Osaka’s Tsuji Ecole Culinaire

CITY BUDGET 2018: City okays $200,000 in de-icing equipment for airport

61 flights re-routed in 2016 due to not having stage 4 de-icing equipment

CITY BUDGET 2018: Willis Connector five years closer than originally planned

Council positioned to start the process of looking for grant opportunities on $30-million project

City of Campbell River passes 2.1 per cent tax increase

Big Rock Boat Ramp work begins, more infrastructure upgrades and Sportsplex being redesigned in 2018

Survey: Snow clearing improvement needed – but not if it means more taxes

‘We have given direction to staff to take a look at how we can change our snow clearing system’ -Mayor

Developer ‘very disappointed’ with city decision not to hear rezoning proposal

‘It cost us $50,000 to do all those plans for nobody to even look at it, which is disappointing’

Grassroots Kind Hearts to move inside for a while

City will fund Radiant Life Church to open its doors two hours per night

Passionate volunteer recognized by IWC

‘She does it to help people, not to be seen helping people’

Campbell River Storm keep pace atop the league, acquire yet another impact forward

Campbell River product Jake McKenzie is on his way home after three years in Comox – two as captain

Mirror Morning – Nov. 30

Rental housing report paints a grim picture, city wants you to find your PRV, and it’s raining again