Erin Haluschak

Vigil for injured Comox Valley slo-pitch player ends tragically

The Comox Valley slo-pitch player critically injured during a game has passed away.

Island pair identified as victims in Australian car crash

The two 21-year-old men from Comox were in the country on work visas and believed to be working at a winery.

VIDEO: A guide for overdose survival

How people can save a life with or without a naloxone kit

VIDEO: How to survive a drug overdose

A guide to saving a life with or without a naloxone kit.

Rick Mercer reports from Vancouver Island

The popular Canadian comedy host was in the area Friday, shooting a segment for an upcoming season of his TV show.

Slo-pitch player critically injured in Courtenay

Chris Godfrey, 32, was airlifted to hospital after being hit in the head by a ball while running to first base.

Courtenay man has full solar eclipse experience in Oregon

‘The shadow comes and your hair stands up. It gets cooler and then the stars show up’

Courtenay-based RCMP member files claim for harassment

Cpl. Jill Swann alleges discrimination and harassment in reference to her physical appearance, sex, and family heritage.

New SAR plane on display in Comox

It has toured the world, beginning in Seville, Spain, passing through Asia…

VIDEO: Special milestone for marmot release on Mount Washington

This year marks the release of the 500th marmot into the wild

NDP Leonard declared Courtenay-Comox winner by nine-vote margin; Benninger not conceding

Nine votes. It was the margin of victory — for now —…

UPDATE: Fatal Tofino boat accident under investigation

Two Albertans died in the incident while the other three have been released from hospital

UPDATE: Third person dies from injuries sustained in logging train incident near Woss

RCMP Island District General Investigation Section is investigating, along with others

Day criticizes NDP, rallies Duncan and Conservatives

Focusing his criticisms directly at the NDP, MP and Treasury Board president Stockwell Day attacked the party's policies — particularly those dealing with the economy — during a campaign rally for Vancouver Island North Conservative candidate John Duncan in Courtenay Friday.

Making HST promise, Layton supports Vancouver Island North NDP candidate

Promising to keep billions of dollars in the province if the HST is voted to be removed, NDP leader Jack Layton rallied support for first-time Vancouver North Island candidate Ronna-Rae Leonard Thursday afternoon in Courtenay.