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Vancouver man identified in suspicious death 

A man who was located with serious injuries on Klein Lake Forest Service Road in Egmont has been identified as 58-year-old Henry Doyle of Vancouver and the Sunshine Coast RCMP say his death was suspicious.  On Sept. 23 Sunshine Coast RCMP responded to a report of a 58-year-old man with...

Historic Horseshoe Bay totem pole reunited with North Island family

A totem pole which greeted ferry travelers in Horseshoe Bay for 56 years has returned to the North Island. The four-metre western red cedar pole was carved for Canada’s centennial in 1967 by Tony Hunt Sr. It features a bear in the Haida style and was on display outside the...

Comox Valley Spirit Walk set for National Day of Truth and Reconciliation

The Comox Valley Spirit Walk is taking place on Saturday for National Day of Truth and Reconcilliation. It is the third Spirit Walk run by both the MIKI’SIW Métis Association and the Indigenous Women’s Sharing Society, with the first event being held during the pandemic. Program Coordinator for the association Myrna...

Tour De Rock rolls through Campbell River on the way to Courtenay

Riders in the Cops for Cancer Tour De Rock made their way from Sayward to Campbell River yesterday. The rain wasn’t bad according to rider Wes Richens but they did face 50 to 60-kilometre-an-hour headwinds. In Campbell River, the tour stopped at a few different schools and Richens reception made them...

B.C Wildfire Service lifts fire bans on the coast

The Coast Fire Centre is lifting the campfire ban at noon today. The bans covering category 2 and category 3 fires will also be lifted, permitting all open fires within the area covered by Coastal Fire Centre, which includes Vancouver Island and the Sunshine Coast. With the ban being lifted today,...

UPDATE: Missing youth found

UPDATE: RCMP confirmed that Prevost was located on Sept 27th. They thank the media and public for their assistance. Courtenay RCMP is asking for the public’s help locating a youth reported missing on September 19.  Harry Prevost is described as Indigenous, 5 foot 9 inches 150 pounds with brown eyes and black...
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