Mike Davies

Marking our respect: Campbell River Genealogy Society marks graves of fallen soldiers

Ripple Rock students, along with the public, will participate in No Stone Left Alone Wednesday

Campbell River Zombie Escape 2017 most popular to date

‘Every year it keeps getting better, so we’re going to keep running it.’

Bye bye beardy

One of the most recognizable faces in the Campbell River business community is about to be colder

Mirror Morning, Oct.26, 2017

Seriously…look at that weather forecast!

Campbell River Storm go 2-0 on the road to remain one point back of Nanaimo

Next action is Friday night back at home to take on Oceanside

Bare walls sought for Campbell River Arts Council art collection

New Hospice House the first to take advantage of new initiative

Campbell River Atom A Tyees dominate Sooke

The Tyees needed a bigger scoresheet Sunday to keep track of all their goals

WorkSafe BC: Public not getting the message about asbestos

Despite numerous awareness campaigns, rate of asbestos-related disease continues to rise

Search continues for missing Campbell River teen

Jordan Holling, 17, went missing almost a week ago, but the community is rallying to find him

Language barriers a huge hurdle for new Canadians

Campbell River Immigrant Welcome Centre takes over LINC program, but needs your help to keep it here

Community rallying for family of missing 17 year-old

Ground searches, meals being prepared and thousands of posters have been circulated

Don’t chuck it out, see if it can be fixed

Campbell River’s fourth Repair Café event helps breathe new life into old or broken items

NIC Foundation gives out record number of bursaries and scholarships

Over $84,000 was given out over the past year to students in Campbell River alone

Mirror Morning, Oct. 19, 2017

Gord’s gone, Cortes split on referendum for hall tax…and it’s still raining

NIEFS: More jobs than people to fill them creates new set of issues

Summer labour market study shows almost 25 per cent increase in postings over same time last year

Practice Muster

Campbell River Fire Department takes part in Great ShakeOut 2017

‘People like Gord change the world’

Tuesday night we lost an important force that brought us together and made us better

Increased enrolment, grants and school closures lead to Campbell River School District surplus

Auditor again recommends adding money to contingency fund, which has been depleted

Campbell River school closures are decided on a day-by-day basis

With last winter still fresh in everyone’s mind, the SD72 issues reminder about closure protocols

NIC Campbell River’s popular Third Course buffets taking reservations now

Dinner is $46.95 per person and includes a glass of wine and gratuity