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Deadline for Volunteer of the Year nominations

Recognize those people who give freely of their time
Victory flag

Victory flag

Noon Hour Rotary Club president-elect Patricia Gagnon (left), Mayor Charlie Cornfield (centre) and Campbell River Daybreak Rotary Club president Craig Gillis raised the Rotary flag on Wednesday at City Hall after the mayor proclaimed Feb. 23 as End Polio Now Day. On Rotary's 106th birthday, they are celebrating the worldwide organizations efforts to virtually eliminate polio.

From history to mystery – the museum book sale is back

Donations are still being accepted
The crown jewel completes a new trail

The crown jewel completes a new trail

A newly-completed bridge is the finishing touch on the Greenways Land Trust’s latest trail.

Bridal showcase will send you home happy

If you're a bride planning a wedding, you and a guest will want to attend Welcome Wagon's Bridal Showcase March 27.
College valedictorian pays tribute to her Campbell River parents

College valedictorian pays tribute to her Campbell River parents

Meghan Hume, a Campbell River native, graduated Feb. 8 with a Bachelor of Therapeutic Recreation Degree from Douglas College and addressed the class as valedictorian

Support the Special Olympians

Cities vie for Loonie War title

Cities vie for Loonie War title

The Campbell River Head Injury Support Society (CRHISS) is declaring the second annual “Loonie War” to raise community awareness about traumatic brain injuries
Campbell River tagged to set an example in bonding generations

Campbell River tagged to set an example in bonding generations

Gift wrapped support

Gift wrapped support

Gourmet Essentials owners Jack and Stevie Turley (left) presented $1,114 to Campbell River Hospital Foundation representatives Stacey Marsh and Lesliey Coates. The money was raised through gift wrapping contributions at Gourmet Essentials.