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An assortment of photos from the Alberni Valley News' most popular stories in 2016 and a few of our favourites.
Open burning restrictions and an air quality advisory has been issued for the Valley from the Ministry of Environment and Island Health.
Exclusive islands, Saanich acreages and Oak Bay waterfront mansions are among the highest valued Island residences
The Fish & Wildlife Compensation Program wants to hear the public's ideas on priorities for the Ash River Watershed.
Hundreds flocked to Canal Beach south of Port Alberni to ring in 2017 with PEAK FM's annual Polar Bear Swim.
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Cantimber Biotech made headlines throughout 2016 after receiving many concerns about their emissions from neighbouring residents.
Non-emergency calls can delay the response to a legitimate emergency
The Port Alberni Port Authority will require Cantimber to follow through on 11 recommendations prior to beginning operations.
The $13.8 million is compensation from a Specific Claims Tribunal over Canada’s breaches of duty over a logging licence.
This year’s West Coast Winter Wonderland is up and running at the Alberni Valley Multiplex.
The inaugural Classical Concert Series, held at Char's Landing, will begin Feb. 12 and subscriptions are still available.
On Friday, Dec. 16 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., the Hospitality Inn will have the truck in their parking lot and are hosting other activities too.
The 19-year-old woman was in an area popular with homeless campers, officials say.
The Horne Lake Connector may be dead, but Coun. Jack McLeman so far isn’t impressed with the transportation ministry’s alternatives.
Alberni Valley wrestlers travelled to Esquimalt last Saturday to compete in the Island Novice Wrestling Championships.
The British Columbia Lacrosse Association is pushing to create girls only lacrosse teams.
A number of Port Alberni organizations are taking steps to combat hunger in schools across the Alberni Valley.
Keith Anderson from Hermiston, ON has joined the Bulldogs from the Vernon Vipers.
Alberni's ACAWS recognizes 16 Days of Activism with purple ribbon campaign on Stamp Avenue