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Port Hardy Doctor and Mayor Appeal to Health Minister Dix for Approval to Hire a Physician Assistant

Facing the loss of two fellow doctors, a physician in Port Hardy and the mayor are urging Health Minister Adrian Dix to approve the hiring of a physician assistant. Dr. Alex Nataros says that last week, two doctors announced they are leaving Port Hardy at the end of June, which...

New EV Charging Station installed in Comox

A new Electric Vehicle (EV) charging station was installed in the Town of Comox on Friday. The new station is at the Comox Community Centre on Noel Avenue. It was funded by part of a grant from the CleanBC Communities Fund. The town now oversees four charging stations, with the others...

Courtenay hockey player celebrating gold medal win at U18 Women’s World Champs

A little over a year after dreaming about playing for Team Canada on the world stage, a Vancouver Island hockey player found herself winning gold overseas. Growing up in the Comox Valley, now in school at Shawnigan Lake, Morgan Jackson almost could not believe that she had been selected for...

Police say Saanich BMO robbers planned confrontation since 2019

This story may contain details that may be distressing to some readers. Police say suspects in the Saanich BMO robbery last summer were expecting violence and had been planning a shootout since 2019. The details come in a media briefing from BC RCMP, Vancouver Island Integrated Major Crimes Unit and Saanich...

Catalyst-Crofton Pulp Mill to Begin Transition to New Products

The Catalyst Crofton pulp mill, owned by Paper Excellence, is receiving more than $18 million in provincial and federal funding to begin a transition to producing new paper products. Premier David Eby made the announcement this morning at the mill in Crofton. The premier says the mill is going to be...

ICBC Releases List of Rejected Personalized License Plates for 2022

You won't see VIRUS or U2SLOW on a personalized BC license plate because those were among the slogans rejected by ICBC in 2022. 9,467  slogans were requested by drivers throughout the year, with 3,135 rejected. ICBC says each plate is thoroughly reviewed to ensure that it is acceptable for display on...
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