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Riverway sections to close for upgrades

Sections of the Courtenay Riverway will temporarily close while upgrades are done to the pedestrian bridge. The City of Courtenay says the waterfront section of the Riverway south of 31st Street in front of Crystal shores will be fully closed for a week starting Aug 5. Closures of the inland gravel...

Courtenay mayor and family safe after hailstorm

Courtenay mayor Bob Wells says extreme weather adaptation is needed after a hailstorm impacted his family’s travels. Wells and his family are safe after a large and intense hailstorm passed over them while travelling outside Red Deer, Alberta. Wells describes the storm as beginning with small hail, before becoming much...

Comox Valley Regional District, City of Campbell River enact fire bans

Fire restrictions will be in place after 12 p.m. Thursday in the Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) and the City of Campbell River. The city and district made their announcements after BC Wildfire Service implemented restrictions in the Coastal Fire Centre Wednesday. The CVRD says they will be implementing the same...

VIDEO: New Legion mural has powerful meaning for Comox Valley artist

The ribbon is cut for a new mural, painted by local artist Kelly Everill, at the Courtenay Legion. The new mural was started in October 2021, but was not able to be finished until recently because of poor weather. Everill says it took her five days to put the whole mural...

Province increases maximum EV rebate to increase accessibility

Some B.C. residents could see a higher electric vehicle (EV) rebate as the province increases the amount. The B.C. Government announced Tuesday the maximum rebate for battery-electric, fuel-cell electric and long-range plug-in hybrid vehicles has increased to $4,000. The amount is up from $3,000, and the max for lower-range plug-in hybrids...

Campfires to be banned as of noon on Thursday

The Coastal Fire Centre is planning to implement a ban on campfires that will come into effect at noon Thursday to help reduce the risk of wildfires in the region. The ban will prohibit campfires in all coastal regions except Haida Gwaii and includes all BC Parks, Crown lands and...
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