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BC Ferries to return to community engagement next month

Coastal communities will get to resume talks with BC Ferries members next month. The ferry line says Ferry Advisory Committees will restart engagement so they can start tackling ideas and requests from ferry users across the coast. Vice-president of public affairs and marketing Lindsay Mathews says while it's important to review...

Local fire safety house officially renovated by firefighters

The oldest and most well-known ‘tiny home’ in the Valley has been renovated. The Comox Valley Fire Safety house has been around since 1988, helping educate kids about fire safety every October for Fire Safety Month. In order to help the house continue its education role, members of the Courtenay fire...

Comox Valley RCMP issue warrant on man for criminal harassment

Comox Valley RCMP have issued an arrest warrant for a man believed to be in the Valley. Police say the warrant is for 27-year-old Brandon Lee Dehass, who is wanted for criminal harassment and multiple counts of failure to comply with his probation. He’s described as 5 feet 8 inches tall...

Relocation efforts near Zeballos paused as orca calf ate food

Plans to relocate the orca calf near Zeballos have been paused because the calf ate some food. According to Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO), the 2-year-old ate some seal on Thursday night, making it the first time she has taken food after attempts by both the Ehattesaht and...

Air traffic control workers’ union upset by move to hire ‘scabs’ if they strike

Talks between air traffic control workers and NAV Canada have broken down, and workers are now concerned they will be replaced by contractors if they strike. The workers’ union and NAV Canada, a private not-for-profit corporation which operates air traffic control at airports across Canada, reached an impasse last week....

North Island College approves balanced budget, after pandemic struggles

North Island College finances are back in the black after several years of pandemic aftershocks.   The college’s Board of Governors approved the budget at its Thursday meeting.   The college’s strategic plan targeted 2024 for a balanced budget, and board chair Patricia Trasolini says it’s good news for the college...
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