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Letters sent within Vancouver Island will be sorted in Vancouver starting Sept.16.
Port Alberni is $1 million in the black for 2012, which is more than double 2011's surplus.
Fire burns less than one hectare of Crown forest land on Monday.
Half of the 37 City of Port Alberni employees making over $75,000 are firefighters.
Red tape ties up donation of one Mars bomber to a museum while the BC Gov't hasn't renewed firefighting contract on second waterbomber.
Six nurses hired on a nine-month contract at Port Alberni's West Coast Hospital.
New cell tower prompts Port Alberni woman to raise awareness of electromagnetic sensitivity (EHS).
Alberni school district signs $140,000 water taxi contract with Tofino Water Taxi.
Bill Collette spent his summers living and working at a fishing resort in his teen years.
Children denied food at Alberni Indian Residential School would break down fences to dig for raw potatoes, former student recalls.
Government house leader Peter Van Loan and Nanaimo-Alberni MP James Lunney visited Port Alberni to announce $225,000 funding.
Canada Post is reneging on its promise to keep a postal outlet in uptown Port Alberni, city councillors say.
School District 70 superintendent Cam Pinkerton said the student intends to return to school, and doesn't want to be defined by the attack.
Detachment is leaving itself vulnerable in possible civil proceedings due to aging video equipment, Inspector says.
City of Port Alberni decides against weed-free bylaw due to lack of manpower.
City agrees to pay half the cost to replace the roof of the roundhouse for the Alberni Pacific Railway.
The Alberni Valley school district has set the date for its second byelection of the year to replace Tofino trustee Barbie Mayor.
Alberni Valley School district scrambles to explain huge rise in costs for former water taxi contract on West Coast.
Inspector Mac Richards has a long history with law enforcement and Port Alberni, dating back to his childhood.
A contingent representing the International Social Security Association (ISSA) visited Pacific Coast University last week.