Mike Davies

Upcoming Campbell River sessions aim to help you get your garden growing in 2020

Various workshops on offer over the next few months aim to ensure your garden is a success this year

Campbell River Golf and Country Club looks to become ‘resort community’

Application before council would allow two hotels, conference centre, spa and retail component

A few reminders about MSP premiums

Premiums may be a thing of the past, but the government has a few reminders for British Columbians

Campbell River Arts Council turns 50, looks to re-examine role in community

‘We need to look at whether what we’re doing is actually what we should be doing,’ director says

Get Up, Stand Up with The Original Wailers and Caleb Hart at Tidemark Theatre

Bob Marley’s musical partner, Al Anderson, continues to bring Marley’s music to the masses

New bike racks coming to BC Transit buses in Campbell River

New racks will accommodate wider tires, but will be phased in as old racks need replacing

BC Assessments only one factor in determining tax increases: City of Campbell River

While the municipal tax increase is set at 2.9 per cent, your mileage may vary

Opportunity, entrepreneurship, just two of many goals for City of Campbell River’s Economic Development team

‘2019 has been an exciting year as we gain traction on initiatives we’ve been exploring’

Campbell River Knights of Columbus distributes 1,154 hampers

‘Thank You, Campbell River, for your community spirit and compassion for others’

2019: Another fantastic year in the local arts scene

There was plenty to see and do around the community in 2019 for those who love creative endeavours

Annual charity tree chipping on Saturday at Campbell River Sportsplex

‘By donation’ tree chipping being offered again by local firefighters, benefitting local charities

Mike’s Musings: The more things change, the more they stay the same

A look back at the last decade, and a look forward to the next one

Happiness, heartbreak, a TV star and a monkey?

It was a year of ups and downs for the community in 2019. Here’s a look at some of what happened

Tidemark Theatre looks to build on success of 2019 in 2020

More shows, improved tech and some renovations on their way to Tidemark Theatre this year

Mike’s Musings: How’d you make out, Future Me?

If anyone needs me, I’ll be cleaning my shop

Greenways looks to (help things) grow in 2020

2019 marked the opening of Charstate Garden and launch of Fruit Tree Project for Greenways

Campbellton beautification funding reconsidered, re-budgeted by city for 2020

$100,000 budgeted for a parking lot that won’t be happening now has been moved to other priorities

More new childcare spaces open in Campbell River

Province says more than 170 new child care spaces in Campbell River have been funded since July 2018

Campbell River city transit frequency to increase in January

BC Transit has increased the number of trips on some of its routes, beginning Jan. 6

Spring Break theatre camp: Where kids get to be super heroes

‘We are always amazed at the creativity and talent of Campbell River’s youth,’ say organizers