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RCAF preparing for next 100 years with centennial next year

April 2024 marks the 100th anniversary of the Royal Canadian Air Force, and they are looking back at how the force has changed and where it wants to go. According to Col. Maggie Jacula, they will be keeping in stride with a moto: “your air force.” She says this has...

BC Ferries to host another round of engagement sessions for Denman terminal, routes

After protests in February against terminal development on Denman Island, BC Ferries will host public engagement sessions again this week. They will take place on Friday at the Denman Island Community Hall from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and on Saturday at the Hornby Island Community Hall from 11 a.m....

Morrison Creek headwaters, lamprey fully protected thanks to community efforts

A partnership between the Comox Valley Land Trust and the BC Parks Foundation means the Morrison Creek Headwaters are protected, forever. The project is 20 years in the making, after Carly Palmer first found a rare fish species while on a family outing to Morrison Creek. It turned out to...

Comox Valley Community Foundation welcomes new executive director

A new executive director will lead the Comox Valley Community Foundation starting this summer. The foundation says Jolean Finnerty has been appointed to the position and will start the role after July 1. They say Finnerty comes from a background in fund development, granting, leadership and communications. She previously worked with...

BC Search and Rescue Association concerned about growing call volume heading into summer

Following a busy May long-weekend, the BC Search and Rescue Association is concerned about growing call volumes heading into summer and busier weekends. According to CEO Dwight Yochim, the concern is amplified as the May long-weekend is busy but usually much less so than the August long-weekend, particularly with hikers. “August...

Section of Highway 19 to close for over two weeks

Starting tomorrow, you will have to take a detour near Cook Creek if you are heading south on Highway 19. According to Mainroad North Island Contracting, joint armour replacement will be done at the Tsable River Bridge. Both southbound lanes will be closed 24/7 until June 11 to all vehicle...
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