Local News

‘Heavy-handed’ Campbell River bylaw amendment to get ‘tweaks’ before being passed

City looks to control invasives and noxious weeds by holding property owners accountable

Habitat for Humanity gets final approvals for the rest of Hilchey complex

Now they just need families to move into them – and money to finish them up

City of Campbell River to consider donating land for ambitious affordable housing solution

AVIHS: ‘Municipal governments are trying to do this on their own, but it’s impossible’

City of Campbell River adds some sidewalks to snow removal policy

Changes reflect public input from recent survey and staff recommendations

Quadra Islanders protest Site C Dam decision
Mirror Morning Dec 29
MLA office occupied
Virtual reality arcade goes the extra mile

City of Campbell River clarifies new gender-inclusive washroom policy

‘It’s not a free-for-all,’ says GM of facilities, ‘it’s to provide additional services’

Bagpipes and buzzsaws gets go-ahead from council

Campbell River Salmon Festival is about to get even louder

Bike lane coming for Hidden Harbour hill

Painting work will take place this spring

City of Campbell River wants its share of cannabis tax money

City forecasts increase costs due to marijuana legalization, needs money to deal with those

Police seek information on lost urn found on Vancouver Island beach

Police say the urn weighs 25 pounds and was possibly tossed into the sea

Right to choose comes to City of Campbell River washrooms

‘Self-identification is the only criterion required to determine which washroom a person uses’

BC Hydro happy with ‘average’ year

A look back at 2017 and forward into the future for local projects

BC Hydro to conduct longest-running water release down the Campbell River’s Elk Falls Canyon

Flow rate to be up to 15 times higher than base flow through to May

  • Jan 5th, 2018

Petition calls for review of ferries governance

Regional director hopeful 10,000 signatures will make a difference

Car and semi truck collide on Island Highway

Crash south of Nanaimo slows southbound traffic