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Supporting small business is critical, BC premier 

The province says they’ll be helping businesses who have suffered from vandalism and increased crime, but it will take time to implement.  Several small businesses across the province say they’ve fallen victim to shoplifting, damage, and loss of staff since crime skyrocketed after a public health emergency was declared.   Premier...

E-Bike program expanding to Comox Valley

Cheap community e-bike rentals are now available in the Comox Valley. The Evolve E-Bike share program was recently launched on Vancouver Island, aiming to lower greenhouse gases by encouraging people to use the bikes for short trips around town. Following its successful launch in Nanaimo, the BCAA is expanding the program...

Local doctor recognized for his efforts at recent awards show

A Comox Valley doctor has been recognized for his work as a family physician. Dr. Jonathan Kerr, who is also a councillor for Comox, recently won the My Family Doctor award as part of this year’s BC College of Family Physicians awards. It’s an event dedicated to showcasing physicians, residents,...

Nanoose Bay resident fulfills dreams with lottery win 

A Nanoose Bay resident says she will be able to fulfill some of her dreams after winning half a million dollars in a Lotto 6/49 draw.  Marie Hobenshield says she was completely taken by surprise after she went into Casino Nanaimo to claim her ticket, but when people started gathering...

Nanaimo Airport offers tips for holiday travel 

Travel season is starting, and Nanaimo Airport says preparing before you hit the airport will make your travel a lot safer and smoother.  According to a report, approximately 375,000 people passed through the airport last year which they say was the highest since 2019.  Chief Financial Officer Keith Granbois says even...

Drain your boat before transport — it’s now the law in BC

Effective immediately, boaters are now required to drain watercraft before transport. BC’s chief veterinarian issued the order this week to prevent the spread of invasive species including zebra mussels. The top vet also hopes it will help prevent whirling disease from spreading any further. The disease can be fatal to salmon...
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