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Heavy downpours expected to soak most of Vancouver Island, coast

It’s quite likely we’ll be hit by some heavy rain starting tomorrow and continuing into Sunday. Environment Canada meteorologist, Lisa Erven, says just how much rain you get over that 48 hour period will depend on where you live. “For Campbell River, it’s sort of on the northern edge of this...

Record-low supply keeps market conditions tight in September: BCREA

Record low supply is putting a major crimp in B.C.’s real estate market. Supplied by the BC Real Estate Association The BC Real Estate Association reports that sales across the province dropped 19.9 percent last month compared to September 2020. BCREA Chief Economist  Brendon Ogmundson says the main story in all markets ...

New rules for young workers come into effect Oct. 15th

New rules that the province says will "help protect young workers" come into effect tomorrow.  The changes raise the general working age in B.C. from 12 to 16 and define the types of jobs that are appropriate for those under 16. Youth aged 14 and 15 are able to do many...

‘Close to getting something done’ for Campbell River Target

What’s to become of the former Target building in the Discovery Harbour Shopping Centre? The building has been empty for six years, since Target shut down its Canadian operations.  In fact, the store went dark less than two years after its grand opening.  But Discovery Harbour property manager Dave Mills says there...

BC Hydro warns to steer clear of fast-moving Puntledge River, starting tonight

BC Hydro is issuing a public safety notice to stay away from the Puntledge River, starting tonight through to Monday. Spokesperson Stephen Watson says river flows will be high and temporary public safety signage will be in place. Over the last month-and-a-half, the region has seen well above average rainfall and...

Campbell River young adults, volunteers, and tour operators clean up shoreline

10 tonnes of debris has been removed in the first five days, in a project by the Campbell River Association of Tour Operators, or CRATO. With funding from BC’s Provincial Clean Coast, Clean Waters Fund, CRATO is working along with 29 young adults between the ages of 16-29 and dozens...

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