Pennies for Presents deadline looms Audrey McCallum pours pennies into a change counter as volunteers count pennies for the Mirror’s Pennies for Presents campaign. Drop off your pennies and receive a free classified advertisement space. If your pennies are rolled

Pennies for Presents deadline looms

Funds raised by Pennies for Presents are used to buy presents to go into the Knights of Columbus Christmas Hampers

  • Dec. 8, 2011 5:00 a.m.

Pennies for Presents deadline looms

Audrey McCallum pours pennies into a change counter as volunteers count pennies for the Mirror’s Pennies for Presents campaign. Drop off your pennies and receive a free classified advertisement space. If your pennies are rolled, you can enter the draw for a $200 gift basket from Quality Foods. Please drop off your pennies by next Friday. The draw happens on Wed., Dec. 21, but the Mirror will accept pennies until Fri., Dec. 23. Funds raised by Pennies for Presents are used to buy presents to go into the Knights of Columbus Christmas Hampers for needy families.

Just Posted

B.C. to move salmon farms out of coastal migration route

Broughton Archipelago plan set to start in spring of 2019

City of Campbell River transit to get some infrastructure help next year

Hint: It’s a bus pullout on Dogwood at Carihi and doubling the rate of bus shelter installation

John Hart Generating Station officially fully operational

Still a few finishing touches, and more more work on the Campbell River system in the coming years

Stranded B.C. trucker writes final wishes before being rescued 3 days later

‘I was just praying someone would come along’

Campbell River School District calls for report on buses and seat-belts

Parents have questions following expose on research around buses and safety

John Hart Generating Station officially fully operational

Still a few finishing touches, and more more work on the Campbell River system in the coming years

Canucks score 3 power-play goals in 4-2 win over Oilers

Vancouver sniper Boeser has 6 goals in last 5 games

Microscopic parasite found in Prince Rupert water affecting thousands

More than 12,000 residents affected by the boil water advisory issued Dec. 14

Trudeau lashes out at Conservatives over migration “misinformation”

Warning against the “dangers of populism,” Trudeau says using immigration as a wedge political issue puts Canada’s future at risk.

B.C. hockey coach creates ‘gear library’ to remove cost barrier of sport

Todd Hickling gathered donations and used gear to remove the cost barrier for kids to play hockey.

Canada’s ambassador meets with second detainee in China

Global Affairs says John McCallum, Canada’s ambassador to China, met with Spavor Sunday

‘They’re coming:’ Flying cars may appear in urban skies by 2023

Air taxis will number 15,000 and become a global market worth $32 billion by 2035

B.C. VIEWS: Andrew Wilkinson on taxes, ICBC and union changes

Opposition leader sees unpredictable year ahead in 2019

5 tips for self-care, mental wellness this holiday season

Ministry of Mental Health and Addictions urging British Columbians to prioritize self care through festive season

Most Read