Erin Haluschak

This photo shows some of the damage incurred to a building after a gas explosion ripped through Building 25 at 19 Wing Comox on Thursday, Nov. 18. Photo by Erin Haluschak

22 people injured in building explosion at B.C. military base

All have been released from hospital except military member with non-life-threatening injuries

This photo shows some of the damage incurred to a building after a gas explosion ripped through Building 25 at 19 Wing Comox on Thursday, Nov. 18. Photo by Erin Haluschak
This photo shows some of the damage incurred to a building after a gas explosion ripped through Building 25 at 19 Wing Comox on Thursday, Nov. 18. Photo by Erin Haluschak

UPDATE: Numerous injuries after explosion on B.C. air force base

Responders on scene after gas leak at CFB 19 Wing Comox on Vancouver Island Thursday morning

This photo shows some of the damage incurred to a building after a gas explosion ripped through Building 25 at 19 Wing Comox on Thursday, Nov. 18. Photo by Erin Haluschak
The Comox Valley RCMP responded to a motorcycle crash on Island Highway North near Endall Road at approximately 4:30 p.m. Nov. 7, 2021. File photo

Motorcycle crash on B.C. highway claims life of 16-year-old rider

A 16-year-old Courtenay youth suffered fatal injuries after a crash on Island…

The Comox Valley RCMP responded to a motorcycle crash on Island Highway North near Endall Road at approximately 4:30 p.m. Nov. 7, 2021. File photo
The College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia is seeking to prevent Matthew Arie Romyn from ever identifying - or providing services - as a registered massage therapist again. (Pixabay photo)

College of Massage Therapists of B.C. seeks injunction against convicted sex offender

Complaint alleges business cards handed out on school field trip listing him as an RMT

The College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia is seeking to prevent Matthew Arie Romyn from ever identifying - or providing services - as a registered massage therapist again. (Pixabay photo)
Police arrest a man on Ryan Road in Courtenay on Thursday morning. He is suspected to be involved in a series of road rage incidents, as well as an egging of a Campbell River store. Bev Dempsey-Orr photo

Suspect in store-egging and minivan axe-hacking arrested outside B.C. gas station

Police are saying recent Comox Valley axe attacks on cars may be connected to Campbell River egging

Police arrest a man on Ryan Road in Courtenay on Thursday morning. He is suspected to be involved in a series of road rage incidents, as well as an egging of a Campbell River store. Bev Dempsey-Orr photo

Connect Centre to extend its lease in Courtenay through to October 2022

The centre provides support services and meets many needs of the unsheltered within the Comox Valley

More information needed before proceeding on south Courtenay condo building: council

A 41-unit condo building is proposed at the Newport Village site at 3040 Kilpatrick Ave

Comox considers plastic ban bylaw

'We can be the leaders on this if we need be'

Comox considering backyard chickens for residents

Bylaw could allow hens in some residential lots

Comox garbage pickup showing signs of improvement: CAO

Further conversations with service provider Emterra are set to take place

Votes up in advanced polls for Courtenay-Alberni, North Island-Powell River ridings

Many electoral districts across Canada saw an increase in the number of voters at advance polls

‘Catastrophic failure’ results in multiple cancellations on Comox-Powell River ferry route

BC Ferries will bring in the Salish Eagle from the Southern Gulf Island route to help backlog

Courtenay council to take second look at proposed apartments on Ryan Road

Seymour Pacific Developments proposing mix of nearly 250 one, two and three-bedroom units

Spot fire in Strathcona Park not growing in size

The fire near Cream Creek was first discovered on Sept. 3

‘No silver bullet’ to help drought-like conditions heading into fall in the Valley

Environment and Climate Change Canada recently released probabilistic fall forecast

Low inventory driving up home prices in the Comox Valley and Island region

"…We expect that prices will continue to rise unless demand drops or listings increase"

COVID-19 exposure on August flight into Comox

The advisory indicates an exposure on WestJet flight 491 from Calgary

Low water levels, high temps deadly combination for salmon in the Tsolum

Various factors have led to more than 1,000 pink salmon dying

Salish Orca sailing despite hard landing into Comox berth

The hard landing happened on Aug. 27

Glacier views for Glacier Views

Glacier View Auxiliary Society is looking for 13 unique views of the Comox Valley Glacier