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In this installment we learn how communities can help those struggling with challenges, and what happens to those who go down a dark path
Reporter Julia Caranci examines efforts to tackle Port Alberni’s serious juvenile crime rate, which is twice as high as the B.C. rate
In this second part in our series in Alberni we explore how health is so much more than a physical state of being.
It takes a community to raise healthy children. Reporter Julia Caranci talks to medical experts who weigh in on how Alberni is doing.
More meetings on the horizon between council and Industrial Heritage Society, minus city staff.
Council asks owner of entertainment venue to modify proposed hours for outdoor patio, closing before endorsing her application.
A report on log exports in B.C. has been completed and results should be released 'soon', says government.
Alberni's mayor bids for free bus passes to entice city councillors to take transit, get in touch with new system.
Kate Moran lobbies to bring NEPTUNE programming into classrooms, give public a better idea of the Pacific Ocean project based in Alberni.
Time is running out to perform costly repairs to the McLean Mill National Historic site dam that suffered extensive water damage last year.
The city has reached a five-year lease agreement with the Starboard Grill that opens the door for the re-birth of a Harbour Quay restaurant
City hall in Alberni is getting a $550,000 upgrade after council approved replacing the building’s roof, mechanical systems and boiler
Catalyst Paper Corp. and the City of Port Alberni have swung a $5 million deal for the paper giant's wastewater treatment facility and land
A new partnership between the Port Alberni RCMP and School District 70 has been forged thanks to the completion of the first RCMP youth camp