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Thrifty Foods launches fundraiser for Island hospitals
HST stumble was one more shot in the foot for the BC Liberals
If something doesn’t change soon, the Mountainaire Avian Rescue Society (MARS) will have to close its doors
A pack of wolves could be the cause of a Black Creek dog’s severe injuries
Passing motorist spots missing man's vehicle down an embankment
campbellrivermirror.com is joining the trend away from anonymous comments on our site. Dec. 1, we switch to Facebook’s Commenting platform.
Your Black Press community newspaper, the Campbell River Mirror, has the Tour de Rock covered
A woman with Campbell River roots will take over as St. Joseph’s General Hospital’s new president and CEO in September
A dog breeder had her world turned upside down last week when SPCA officials seized 71 dogs from her Merville property
The Save On Foods Midget B Ravens lacrosse team are going to the provincials after winning the final game in its best-of-three series that went down to the wire.
More rioters step forward
It was hard not to be excited while Will and Kate were here, wasn’t it?
A task force report that calls on B.C. to bolster its protection of species at risk doesn’t go far enough, environmental groups say.
Campbell River bands did well at the Battle of the Bands June 26 in Simms Millennium Park in Courtenay as musicians younger than 18 competed for recognition and prizes
Spectators watch helplessly as pilot crashes
Dr. Bill Phipps, 71, is listed in stable condition after his stunt plane crashed during an airshow at the Nanaimo airport Saturday.
Giving doctors more time with patients is a good start
The law is an integral part of any society.
It can also be awfully confusing, downright frustrating and, for the family and friends of John Ruffolo, absolutely infuriating.
ICBC’s doomed proposal to jack drivers’ insurance rates up whether they have one speeding ticket or multiple was misguided at best.
The regional hospital board has reaffirmed its support for building two new hospitals to serve the North Island.