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First Taste and Tours is a success for Campbell RIver's Communitas

First Taste and Tours is a success for Campbell RIver's Communitas

It was the first time the Communitas Supportive Care Society hosted the event
Stanley Cup could reunite with Victoria 100 years after B.C.’s last win

Stanley Cup could reunite with Victoria 100 years after B.C.’s last win

Capital Region vying to host 2025 World U17 Hockey Challenge
Longtime community supporter Carol Chapman awarded Freedom of the City

Longtime community supporter Carol Chapman awarded Freedom of the City

Carol Chapman was named a Freeman of the City of Campbell River and was presented with the Freedom of the City Award on Canada Day
Record number of students graduate from NIC in 2024

Record number of students graduate from NIC in 2024

Class of 2024 first to be welcomed into new NIC alumni association
Use plant textures to create drama (in your garden)

Use plant textures to create drama (in your garden)

Contrasting textures in the garden catch the viewer’s eye and invite a closer look
Everybody loves a parade! Especially Campbell River's Canada Day parade

Everybody loves a parade! Especially Campbell River's Canada Day parade

A highlight of the Campbell River Canada Day festivities is the Rotary Canada Day Parade that saw hundreds line the streets of downtown.
Victoria's Chinatown gate undergoing $1.4M restoration this year

Victoria's Chinatown gate undergoing $1.4M restoration this year

Archway was part of revitalization campaign and is a symbol of Chinatown, city's first Chinese mayor says
QUIZ: In praise of Canada

QUIZ: In praise of Canada

July 1, 2024 is Canada’s 157th birthday. How much do you know about this country?
Strathcona Park Lodge takes a closer look at its daily energy use

Strathcona Park Lodge takes a closer look at its daily energy use

A 'run-of-river' micro-hydro project keeps th elights on at Strathcona Park Lodge
Shriners donate $10,000 to Campbell River's 'home away from home'

Shriners donate $10,000 to Campbell River's 'home away from home'

The Campbell River Shrine Club has made a $10,000 donation to the Children's Health Foundation of Vancouver Island for Q̓ʷalayu House, a home away from home in Campbell River, adjacent to the hospital.