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Mayor dismisses worst place ranking

Campbell River was recently named one of the top 10 worst places to live in Canada by MoneySense magazine – but Mayor Charlie Cornfield isn’t buying it.

Economic positions are all over the map

The candidates agree that the economic situation is one of the biggest issues facing Vancouver Island North but, of course, they don’t agree on the solutions.

City tops list of solar power users

In just its first year as a solar community, Campbell River has been recognized as one of the province’s greatest users of solar power. The city was named the 2010 Solar Power Community of the Year, an honour Campbell River will share with Fort Saint John and North Vancouver.

Work on New Simms Creek Pump Station completed ahead of schedule, under budget

The City of Campbell River achieved another significant milestone on the Old Island HIghway (Highway 19A) upgrade project last week with the completion of the new lift station, named the Simms Creek Pump Station.
Bennett returns to B.C. Liberal fold

Bennett returns to B.C. Liberal fold

Final paving on Highway 19A planned for May: Prepare for closures 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

he City of Campbell River asks drivers to prepare for the final paving of the upgraded stretch of Highway 19A between Hilchey and Rockland Roads in May
Pure bedlam to boost Canada Day fun

Pure bedlam to boost Canada Day fun

The possibility of a bed-on collision is sure to spice up the anticipation for the inaugural Great Canada Day Bed Race.

Man accused of more domestic violence

A man with a history of domestic violence found himself back in jail

New ratepayers group serves notice on city

It’s time for behaviour to change at City Hall, says Walter Jakeway who is plotting to make that a reality
Scouring the world for more students

Scouring the world for more students

School District 72 staff have been all over the world – but it’s no vacation, they’re working to recruit students