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Campbell Riverites head to the polls on Feb. 27 to fill the empty seat on city council.

WITH VIDEO: Only forum of Campbell River by-election held virtually on Feb. 10

Watch the entire all-candidates meeting here, with more from the candidates still to come

Campbell Riverites head to the polls on Feb. 27 to fill the empty seat on city council.
More Than Motown with Krystle Dos Santos comes to the Tidemark Theatre on Sunday, Feb. 27 at 7:30 p.m. Photo courtesy Tidemark Theatre

Krystle Dos Santos brings More Than Motown to Tidemark Theatre

Local theatre brings another powerful performance into your home

More Than Motown with Krystle Dos Santos comes to the Tidemark Theatre on Sunday, Feb. 27 at 7:30 p.m. Photo courtesy Tidemark Theatre
The Island Aurora, a new hybrid-electric vessel built in Romania joined the BC Ferries fleet last year. Photo courtesy BC Ferries

Campbell River city council backs BC Ferries move away from fossil fuels

‘I would like to see … BC Ferries move towards a far more sustainable form of transit’

The Island Aurora, a new hybrid-electric vessel built in Romania joined the BC Ferries fleet last year. Photo courtesy BC Ferries
NIC Wildfire students learn about water delivery, pump operation and parts of a wildfire fighting kit in Campbell River in 2019. Photo courtesy NIC

Free wildfire training at NIC’s Campbell River campus starting in March

‘This is one of the easiest ways to get industry certifications and qualifications you need…’

NIC Wildfire students learn about water delivery, pump operation and parts of a wildfire fighting kit in Campbell River in 2019. Photo courtesy NIC
Campbell Riverites head to the polls on Feb. 27 to fill the empty seat on city council.

Municipal By-Election Candidates answer: Do you feel the current council is doing enough?

The second in an ongoing series of Q&As with the candidates up for election on Feb. 27

Campbell Riverites head to the polls on Feb. 27 to fill the empty seat on city council.
Campbell Riverites go to the polls to elect a new city councilor Feb. 27.

Municipal By-Election Candidates answer: What unique perspective or skill set would you bring to City Hall?

The first in an ongoing series of Q&As with the candidates up for election on Feb. 27

Campbell Riverites go to the polls to elect a new city councilor Feb. 27.
Wes Roed has put his name forward for the 2021 municipal by-election for city council. Photo provided

Campbell River Municipal By-Election 2021 Candidate: Wes Roed

Wes Roed introduces himself to the electorate

Wes Roed has put his name forward for the 2021 municipal by-election for city council. Photo provided
Campbell Rivers courthouse will soon have a retractable gate installed by the province in an attempt to curb unwanted behaviour. Google maps

Retractable gate coming to Campbell River Courthouse frontage

City had been requesting improvements from for years, and is happy to hear they are coming soon

Campbell Rivers courthouse will soon have a retractable gate installed by the province in an attempt to curb unwanted behaviour. Google maps
The Haig-Brown House has been added to the city’s Heritage Register as it looks to increase protections for both it and the Sybil Andrews property in Willow Point. Photo courtesy Museum at Campbell River
The Haig-Brown House has been added to the city’s Heritage Register as it looks to increase protections for both it and the Sybil Andrews property in Willow Point. Photo courtesy Museum at Campbell River

Two Campbell River properties to get more heritage protection

Haig-Brown and Sybil Andrews properties to have Heritage Designation Bylaws submitted to province

The Haig-Brown House has been added to the city’s Heritage Register as it looks to increase protections for both it and the Sybil Andrews property in Willow Point. Photo courtesy Museum at Campbell River
The Haig-Brown House has been added to the city’s Heritage Register as it looks to increase protections for both it and the Sybil Andrews property in Willow Point. Photo courtesy Museum at Campbell River
Campbell River city council will continue its 2020 policy of waiving late fees and NSFs. Mirror File Photo

City of Campbell River will continue to waive late fees, NSFs

Council adopted the policy for 2020, but it will continue for the time being

Campbell River city council will continue its 2020 policy of waiving late fees and NSFs. Mirror File Photo
Less than 24 hours from when Campbell River city council made the decision to make the South Murphy/Pinecrest intersection into a four-way stop, the signs were already in place. Photo by Mike Davies/Campbell River Mirror

Lowered speed limit, 4-way stop coming to Murphy Street

Council passes a pair of motions in attempt to slow down drivers on busy residential road

Less than 24 hours from when Campbell River city council made the decision to make the South Murphy/Pinecrest intersection into a four-way stop, the signs were already in place. Photo by Mike Davies/Campbell River Mirror
Eden Robinson will be ‘on hand’ for a special online screening of Monkey Beach, based on her 2000 novel, presented by the Museum at Campbell River through the Tidemark Theatre Feb. 4. Photo by Bluetree Photography

Museum at Campbell River to screen Monkey Beach and Q&A with Eden Robinson

Last year’s Haig-Brown Writer-in-Residence’s work has skyrocketed to justifiable fame in the past year

Eden Robinson will be ‘on hand’ for a special online screening of Monkey Beach, based on her 2000 novel, presented by the Museum at Campbell River through the Tidemark Theatre Feb. 4. Photo by Bluetree Photography
Doug Chapman has put his name forward for the 2021 municipal by-election for city council. Photo provided

Campbell River Municipal By-Election 2021 Candidate: Doug Chapman

Doug Chapman introduces himself to the electorate

Doug Chapman has put his name forward for the 2021 municipal by-election for city council. Photo provided
Kealy Donaldson has put her name forward for the 2021 municipal by-election for city council. Photo provided

Campbell River Municipal By-Election 2021 Candidate: Kealy Donaldson

Kealy Donaldson introduces herself to the electorate

Kealy Donaldson has put her name forward for the 2021 municipal by-election for city council. Photo provided
Ken Blackburn has put his name forward for the 2021 municipal by-election for city council. Photo provided

Campbell River Municipal By-Election 2021 Candidate: Ken Blackburn

Ken Blackburn introduces himself to the electorate

Ken Blackburn has put his name forward for the 2021 municipal by-election for city council. Photo provided
Laurel Sliscovic has put her name forward for the 2021 municipal by-election for city council. Photo provided

Campbell River Municipal By-Election 2021 Candidate: Laurel Sliskovic

Laurel Sliskovic introduces herself to the electorate

Laurel Sliscovic has put her name forward for the 2021 municipal by-election for city council. Photo provided
Sean Smyth has put his name forward for the 2021 municipal by-election for city council. Photo provided

Campbell River Municipal By-Election 2021 Candidate: Sean Smyth

Sean Smyth introduces himself to the electorate

Sean Smyth has put his name forward for the 2021 municipal by-election for city council. Photo provided
Stephen Jewell has put his name forward for the 2021 municipal by-election for city council. Photo provided

Campbell River Municipal By-Election 2021 Candidate: Stephen Jewell

Stephen Jewell introduces himself to the electorate

Stephen Jewell has put his name forward for the 2021 municipal by-election for city council. Photo provided
The students in the Timberline Musical Theatre program rehearse this year’s production, Once Upon a Mattress, three days per week after school in preparation for next month’s virtual performances. Photo by Mike Davies/Campbell River Mirror

Timberline’s popular musical goes online for 2021

Once Upon a Mattress will be streamed right to your living room thanks to school’s AV department

The students in the Timberline Musical Theatre program rehearse this year’s production, Once Upon a Mattress, three days per week after school in preparation for next month’s virtual performances. Photo by Mike Davies/Campbell River Mirror
Campbell River-based artist Sonny Assu will be the second presenter in the winter session of NIC’s popular Artist Talk Series. Image courtesy Sonny Assu

NIC’s Artist Talk Series moves to Zoom for winter session

Second artist in the series is Campbell-River-based Sonny Assu, who will present Feb. 9

Campbell River-based artist Sonny Assu will be the second presenter in the winter session of NIC’s popular Artist Talk Series. Image courtesy Sonny Assu