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Campfires to be banned as of noon on Thursday

The Coastal Fire Centre is planning to implement a ban on campfires that will come into effect at noon Thursday to help reduce the risk of wildfires in the region. The ban will prohibit campfires in all coastal regions except Haida Gwaii and includes all BC Parks, Crown lands and...

Overnight closures on Highway 4 to begin this week

The Kennedy Hill section of Highway 4 will be closed for three consecutive nights for further construction upgrades. The province says the closures will happen from 11 p.m. until 5 a.m. from Wednesday, Aug. 3 to Friday, Aug. 5. Crews will be adding cantilever girders and deck panel placement to the...

Port McNeill Hospital emergency department temporarily closes due to staffing shortage

The emergency department at Port McNeill Hospital is closed temporarily because of a staffing shortage. The department will be closed until 7 p.m. Sunday. Island Health released a statement advising those experiencing a medical emergency to call 911 or proceed to the hospital "Island Health and BC Emergency Health Services have protocols...

Publicizing substance abuse using bikes

A Vancouver Island Couple is teaming up with a Comox Valley non-profit to raise awareness of substance use. Jen Block and Chris Globe are teaming up with the Comox Valley Healthcare Foundation to raise funds for the cause. The pair raised $7,225 in 2021, cycling over 600 km from Port Hardy...

DFO asks boaters to keep their distance from marine life

With summer now in full swing and boat traffic on the rise, the Department of Fisheries and Oceans is asking boaters to keep their distance from wildlife. The department is asking boaters to keep their eyes on the water for aquatic mammals, particularly southern resident killer whales. Boaters, including kayakers and...

Man facing indecent act charges

A 41-year-old man now faces three charges of committing an indecent act. RCMP in Port Hardy say on June 2, an intoxicated man was arrested after exposing himself to people on a street after being tossed out of a business. They say he was arrested and released from custody after sobering...
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