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Applications open for Community Partnership Committee

CAMPBELL RIVER, B.C.- Interested residents are invited to become members of Campbell River's Community Partnership Committee. The city is seeking two members for three year terms. The committee offers recommendations to council on applications for...

Province Working to Keep School Campuses Safe

The Province is looking for feedback from post-secondary students, faculty and staff on policies to prevent and respond to sexual violence and misconduct. Advanced Education, Skills and Training Minister Melanie Mark says all public post-secondary...

Call Out for Innovative Public Art Proposals

The City of Campbell River is putting out a call to artists across the region. Staff is seeking public art proposals from individuals and teams that will help encourage local tourism and create some highlights...

Tour de Rock Rides Along

Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock riders travel from Campbell River to the Comox Valley on Wednesday. Media Rider with Vista Radio Sandra Boyd says it’s been quite the experience so far. Boyd says her biggest...

Community gets set to honour Terry Fox

A 37-year tradition will continue on Sunday as communities get set for the annual Terry Fox Run. The event's Provincial Director Donna White says it's also Terry Fox Day in BC, and there's no better...

City taking nominations for Stewardship Awards

Nominations are open for Campbell River’s annual City Stewardship Awards. This is the 16th year the city is recognizing people and businesses that have made contributions to taking care of the environment. Categories include Habitat Protection/Creation,...

Canoe trip brings First Nations together

First Nations are set to be celebrated this summer. The Tribal Journeys: Standing Together canoe trip will see travelers from Washington State, Vancouver Island and the lower mainland make their way to Campbell River. K'omoks Canoe...

Immigrant Welcome Centre Marks 25 Years of Service

The Immigrant Welcome Centre is celebrating its 25th anniversary of serving the North Island. Executive Director Jim Brennan says the organization continues to grow, with more than 800 people seeking out services last year alone. “They...

Local Man Humbled By Medal Of Good Citizenship

A local man's 40 years of service to the community has garnered the province's attention. Danny Brown was awarded the Medal Of Good Citizenship, making him the first man from Campbell River to receive...

Council postpones decision on proposed changes to Sportsplex

The city of Campbell River is putting a decision on improvements to the Sportsplex on hold. The city conducted a space assessment last year to look at options to improve the facility for users....

Council begins 2017 budget talks

Campbell River City Council is beginning discussions for next year's financial plan. Planning talks for the 2017 budget started last week. City Manager Deborah Sargent says the discussions will include the feedback received through the...

Hamper Fund underway

The Knights of Columbus is encouraging locals to make a hamper this Holiday season. The annual Hamper Fund encourages residents to build small hampers comprised of food, money and toys and donate them, so they...

BC celebrating Multiculturalism Week

Organizations across the province are marking Multiculturalism Week. Jim Brennan with the Immigrant Welcome Centre says it's important to recognize the value different cultures bring to our communities. He notes rural communities are very good...

Results of Citizen Satisfaction Survey released

The results of the 2016 Citizen Satisfaction Survey have been released. The city conducted the survey to gather some statistical data on how satisfied residents are with the services available through the city. Deputy City Manager...

Strathcona RD gathering feedback on Hagel Park

The Hagel Park playground is getting replaced and the Strathcona Regional District is seeking community input on its upgrades. A consultation session was held on the weekend to gather feedback. Planner Karin Albert says they are...
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