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Local manufacturing brings hope to Port Alberni’s economy
The political in-fighting over McLean Mill National Historic Site needs to stop.
Johnston Road is an important corridor for tourism and for residents of the Alberni Valley, as well.
South Port hasn't been able to shake its poor-cousin reputation when it comes to development.
Schools across Vancouver Island were bursting with pink last week
Cutting the cost of Provincial Sales Tax on electricity to large industry and business is a good move on the BC Liberal government’s part.
Council is still talking about replacement of the 50-year-old Echo Pool, but the city should not have to take on this project alone.
Port Alberni city council is looking for efficiencies in its 2017–2021 financial plan, which will translate into cuts.
Hosting the IAS last weekend served to strengthen partnerships between local stakeholders behind the scenes....
Perhaps we are expecting too much of the city's snow-clearing crews.
A hastily-planned vigil in solidarity for Muslims across Canada following a shooting at a Quebec City mosque drew 60 people.
An arts, culture and heritage event in the Alberni Valley showed that the arts sector cannot thrive on volunteerism alone.
It's time for the ACRD to speak up for the more than 800 residents who live at the lake.
Fairway has provided a postal outlet in a corner of its 10th Avenue store, and has been a pickup place for parcels for many years.
We should approach the possible renaming of Neill Street or AW Neill School as a positive move forward.
New year resolutions we'd like to see from the City of Port Alberni, the public and the school district.
Fires are devastating at any time, but they seem more tragic during the holidays.
Port Alberni’s municipal leaders should take the Cantimber saga as a warning and a guideline for future industry on the city’s waterfront.
The numbers of people—and especially families with children—using the food bank has risen again this year.
Canada Blood Services needs 100,000 new blood donors before the end of March 2017.