Mike Davies

Discussion surrounding increasing secondary suites in Campbell River continues

Two reports received by council, matter will go to January COW meeting for discussion of options

New sidewalk on its way to Cheviot Road

Council approves $250,000 for sidewalks from Pedersen up to Ripple Rock Elementary in 2020

Port Alberni mayor gives thanks to Campbell River after ammonia leak at Multiplex

‘You really recognize the importance of an arena to a community when you lose it all of a sudden’

Campbell River City Council to give $20K to Loonies For Loggers

‘We need to support the industry that was there to help build this community’

‘Shoal’ just the start of a new direction for Campbell River Art Gallery

‘We want to make it about the art itself and bring in more of our local artists to be involved’

City of Campbell River to expand CR Live Streets offerings in 2020

Extra $9,000 added to next years budget to add a sixth event to the summer entertainment series

Campbell River woman looks to support forestry workers in a delicious way

Valerie McCulloch is selling boxes of Jack Links beef jerky to fundraise for Loonies For Loggers

Campbell River Skating Club to welcome Patrick Chan for annual gala in March

Excited club says tickets for event will go on sale in January

Fund launched to get more art in the Campbell River Hospital

Hospital wants to ‘reflect the community its in,’ and art is a way to do that, site director says

Mike’s Musings: ‘How can I help?’ instead of ‘Whose fault is it?’

Instead of playing the blame game, why can’t we just look at what the fix is?

Long-time North Island ESS volunteers recognized for decade of service

Judy Hagen and Marg Carr step back from their roles organizing annual ESS Leadership Workshop

Phoenix class fills 32 shoeboxes for annual Campbell River Shoebox Project for Women

‘We get lots of presents, and I think they should get some, too.’

KidStart wants you to give the gift of time this Christmas

‘It makes people feel valued, and that’s one of the most important things in the world’

Where’s the line between furniture and art?

Local timber framer Chris Zumkeller makes foray into the world of fine art with wood creations

Future of Campbell River Sportsplex will go to public consultation

‘We have buckets on the floor to catch the leaks in the roof. That’s unpalatable to me’

City of Campbell River Budget 2020: Capital projects

Over $30 million of city’s 2020 budget will be spent on infrastructure improvements

Still time to grab a tag and help a local child this Christmas

As of end of day Tuesday, there were still 134 tags remaining on the Angel Tree

Campbell River municipal tax rate to rise 2.9 per cent in 2020

City council deliberated on next 10-year financial plan over three days this week

Rate changes coming to Campbell River transit system in April

Many users will actually see a decrease in what they pay to get around town

First North Island Craft Beer Festival a huge success

Benefit event for the Community Foundation will officially return as an annual event, organizers say