Campbell River

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Campbell River COVID-19 Relief Fund close to $100,000 goal

Community Foundation is now accepting application for funds to help those in need

 

After 37 years, Campbell River Arts Council annual members’ show goes online

38th Annual Members Show shifted from physical gallery to website

Campbell River Arts Council’s Banner Project coming to a home near you

‘Banners will be reflective of how a community can stay positive even in difficult times,’ – CRAC executive director

Show us your positive messages, gestures and actions

Pinecrest teachers send message to their school community

Campbell River School District approves three-year calendar

Calendar aligns with Comox Valley School District and includes two-week spring break

New transit operations and maintenance facility opens in Campbell River

The Campbell River Transit System is now operating out of its new…

  • Apr 2, 2020

Search for missing man comes to sad conclusion

The man reported missing to the Campbell River RCMP on March 30…

City of Campbell River opening more public washrooms

It’s also turning on water for community gardens

  • Apr 2, 2020

Campbell River’s Seawalk, trails still open but proper social distancing urged

City issues reminder about safe use of trails and green space

Roadside message of gratitude erected

On her way to work this morning, Lowene Baxandall got a pleasant…

Inside Campbell River’s Emergency Operations Centre

Centre dictates how city responds to COVID-19

Campbell River elementary school wins Follett Challenge award

Willow Point School earned $5,000 US in Follett products and software

RCMP looking for missing Campbell River man

Bernard Eberlein was last seen in Campbell River on March 27

GALLERY: Dogs of Campbell River

Reader-submitted photos celebrate our four-legged friends

Virtual meet-ups help local businesses navigate COVID-19

Sessions hope to contextualize information for local and offer chance to connect

WATCH: Emergency services joins nightly salute to Campbell River frontline workers

Parade with lights and sirens stopped in front of Campbell River Hospital