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Bridging the gap

Bridging the gap

Gerry and Hanna Nourry (above) cross the new Willow Creek bridge after a ceremony officially opened the Jubilee Connector Trail on Friday. With him is (from left) carpenter Robert Judge, a member of the bridge work crew from Mallison Scaling and Consulting Ltd., Stacey Larson, Greenways Land trust Operations Manager, and Jamie Alquire, geotechnician of Maritime Pacific Engineering who designed the bridge and steeper slopes of the trail in-kind. The 2.
Free school supplies needed more now

Free school supplies needed more now

The Campbell River Women’s Centre will be packing up school supplies to give to families who need help this year in the 11th annual Women’s Centre School Supply Drive
Nine-foot shark snagged near Campbell River

Nine-foot shark snagged near Campbell River

Josh Duncan caught this nine-foot shark on his boat Wednesday, Aug. 10 in the Lower Johnstone Strait, about six miles south of Kelsey Bay.
Campbell confirmed as UK ambassador

Campbell confirmed as UK ambassador

The federal government has confirmed the appointment of former B.C. premier Gordon Campbell as Canada's High Commissioner to the United Kingdom.
Jubilee Connector Trail opens

Jubilee Connector Trail opens

Mayor Charlie Cornfield helps cut the ribbon to officially open the 2.5 km Jubilee Connector Trail.

Quadra dump truck crash

Quadra Island RCMP are investigating a dump truck accident that happened on Wed. Aug. 10 on Quadra Island.

Chlorine tank leaks

City of Campbell River water supervisor Jenny Brunn said the public was not at risk during the incident
Grand Opening set for Jubilee Connector Trail

Grand Opening set for Jubilee Connector Trail

Bring the family for the grand opening of the Greenways Loop Jubilee Connector trail today from 1-2 p.m.
Hydro rate increases to be cut back

Hydro rate increases to be cut back

BC Hydro should reduce its proposed rate increases by half and prune back a corporation that has become overstaffed and micromanaged, according to a review panel appointed by the B.C. government.

Coastal leaders push for changes to B.C. ferry system

After joining forces on the issue of coastal ferry service, Coastal Regional District chairs and vice-chairs continue to push their recommendations forward to address concerns over the service