Terry Farrell

Vancouver Island man who lost his home to a fire says it was caused by a cosmetic mirror

Vancouver Island man who lost his home to a fire says it was caused by a cosmetic mirror

Wayne Trenholm wants to warn others of the danger

Vancouver Island man who lost his home to a fire says it was caused by a cosmetic mirror
B.C. tickets win big in Lotto Max draw

B.C. tickets win big in Lotto Max draw

Jackpot carried over; B.C. tickets share Max Millions prizes

B.C. tickets win big in Lotto Max draw
Vancouver Island tickets win big in Friday’s Lotto Max draw

Vancouver Island tickets win big in Friday’s Lotto Max draw

Check your tickets; you could be a millionaire

Vancouver Island tickets win big in Friday’s Lotto Max draw
Body of missing Vancouver Island man discovered

Body of missing Vancouver Island man discovered

Daniel ‘Eli’ Gordey went missing Set. 28

Body of missing Vancouver Island man discovered
B.C. teen with autism a talented guitarist

B.C. teen with autism a talented guitarist

Farley Mifsud is gaining fans with every performance

B.C. teen with autism a talented guitarist
UPDATED: Sick orca J50 declared dead by 1 group while scientists remain hopeful

UPDATED: Sick orca J50 declared dead by 1 group while scientists remain hopeful

Only 74 southern resident killer whales remain

UPDATED: Sick orca J50 declared dead by 1 group while scientists remain hopeful
Federal Conservative Party leader, and official Leader of the Opposition, Andrew Scheer was in Courtenay Thursday evening, for a public town hall, co-hosted by the Comox Valley Conservative Associations of Courtenay-Alberni, and North Island-Powell River. Courtenay-Alberni Conservative candidate Byron Horner moderated the event, which was held at the Native Sons Hall. Photo by Terry Farrell

Pipelines, opioids and salmon fishing: A one-on-one with Andrew Scheer

Conservative Party of Canada leader Andrew Scheer sits down with Black Press Media

Federal Conservative Party leader, and official Leader of the Opposition, Andrew Scheer was in Courtenay Thursday evening, for a public town hall, co-hosted by the Comox Valley Conservative Associations of Courtenay-Alberni, and North Island-Powell River. Courtenay-Alberni Conservative candidate Byron Horner moderated the event, which was held at the Native Sons Hall. Photo by Terry Farrell
VIDEO: Cougars at play in Vancouver Island backyard

VIDEO: Cougars at play in Vancouver Island backyard

A Vancouver Island resident had a surprise when she looked out her…

VIDEO: Cougars at play in Vancouver Island backyard
Willy freed! DFO uses innovative audio technique to draw orca from Vancouver Island harbour

Willy freed! DFO uses innovative audio technique to draw orca from Vancouver Island harbour

T073B’s nearly two-week-long stay at Comox Harbour has come to an end

Willy freed! DFO uses innovative audio technique to draw orca from Vancouver Island harbour
Anna Stady now has a bear trap in her front yard, after a bear entered her Union Bay home. Photo by Terry Farrell

95-year-old B.C. resident shoos bear out of her kitchen – twice!

Juvenile black bear no match for spry senior

Anna Stady now has a bear trap in her front yard, after a bear entered her Union Bay home. Photo by Terry Farrell
A fire at Arbutus RV in Merville completely destroyed a recreational vehicle, as well as a propane tank storage shed, which housed several propane tanks. Photo by Terry Farrell                                A fire at Courtenay Arbutus RV in Merville destroyed a couple of recreational vehicles, as well as a propane tank storage shed, which housed several propane tanks. Photo by Terry Farrell

UPDATED: Fire at Courtenay Arbutus RV in Merville

Blaze spread to propane tank shed, causing concern

A fire at Arbutus RV in Merville completely destroyed a recreational vehicle, as well as a propane tank storage shed, which housed several propane tanks. Photo by Terry Farrell                                A fire at Courtenay Arbutus RV in Merville destroyed a couple of recreational vehicles, as well as a propane tank storage shed, which housed several propane tanks. Photo by Terry Farrell
Passenger was one of the performers who returned to the festival following his set to enjoy the sights and sounds that Vancouver Island MusicFest had to offer. Photo by Erica Farrell

Inside the music: step behind the curtain at the venerable Vancouver Island Music Festival

Big Read: VIMF in the Comox Valley exemplifies the spirit of an Island summer music festival

Passenger was one of the performers who returned to the festival following his set to enjoy the sights and sounds that Vancouver Island MusicFest had to offer. Photo by Erica Farrell
VIDEO: Visual recap of Vancouver Island MusicFest

VIDEO: Visual recap of Vancouver Island MusicFest

Walk Off The Earth, Passenger, Arlo Guthrie among highlights

VIDEO: Visual recap of Vancouver Island MusicFest
RCMP closed the Rockland entrance as well as the Dogwood entrance to the campus. Photo by Mike Chouinard/Campbell River Mirror

North Island College issues brief statement on bomb threat

Threat forced college to close all campuses for one day

RCMP closed the Rockland entrance as well as the Dogwood entrance to the campus. Photo by Mike Chouinard/Campbell River Mirror
This photo shows the fresh, deep gash on a humpback whale. Photo courtesy Peter Hamilton/Lifeforce Ocean Friends

Injured humpback whale spotted near Comox

Fresh gash on juvenile possibly caused by boat prop

This photo shows the fresh, deep gash on a humpback whale. Photo courtesy Peter Hamilton/Lifeforce Ocean Friends
First responders assisted a group of tubers, floating down the Puntledge River Thursday in Courtenay. Photo by Terry Farrell

VIDEO: Tubers stuck on Courtenay’s Puntledge River

It was a harrowing afternoon for a group of tubers, floating down…

First responders assisted a group of tubers, floating down the Puntledge River Thursday in Courtenay. Photo by Terry Farrell
VIDEO: Breaches, belly-flops and a close encounter with humpback whales

VIDEO: Breaches, belly-flops and a close encounter with humpback whales

A wildlife tour of a lifetime for some visitors to Vancouver Island

VIDEO: Breaches, belly-flops and a close encounter with humpback whales
Coroner determines B.C. teen died of toxic shock syndrome while camping

Coroner determines B.C. teen died of toxic shock syndrome while camping

Sara Manitoski died while on school camping trip

Coroner determines B.C. teen died of toxic shock syndrome while camping
The landlord of the house on the 2300 block of 20th street has filed for rezoning, in order to subdivide, make substantial renovations, then sell off the two lots. He says it’s the best solution to the tenancy problems at the residence. Photo by Terry Farrell

Problems next door: Residents up in arms over illegal activities in Vancouver Island community

Courtenay residents express outrage, fear regarding illegal activities along 20th Street

The landlord of the house on the 2300 block of 20th street has filed for rezoning, in order to subdivide, make substantial renovations, then sell off the two lots. He says it’s the best solution to the tenancy problems at the residence. Photo by Terry Farrell
VIDEO: Eagle lands in trampoline enclosure

VIDEO: Eagle lands in trampoline enclosure

Vancouver Island family gets an unexpected visitor

VIDEO: Eagle lands in trampoline enclosure