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  1. First Salmon Ceremony brings community together for the river, land and fish 12 Apr 2024 00:09:41
  2. Youth addiction services come to Vancouver Island 11 Apr 2024 23:44:41
  3. Free workshops support a collaborative response to homelessness in the Comox Valley 10 Apr 2024 22:59:29
  4. Nanaimo’s Backyard Fest is back on 10 Apr 2024 00:52:52
  5. B.C. orders a stop to ship-breaking pollution in Union Bay 4 Apr 2024 23:26:32
  6. ‘It’s all Haida land’: Nation’s title to be officially recognized over the entirety of Haida Gwaii 4 Apr 2024 21:51:09
  7. Come on a tour of Nanaimo’s heritage trees 29 Mar 2024 02:20:14
  8. Cowichan weir funding announcement celebrates collaboration and partnership 29 Mar 2024 01:15:50
  9. Low-cost outdoor education camp supports community connection for Comox Valley teens 27 Mar 2024 21:46:24
  10. ‘Trees of the Year’ celebrates unbe-leaf-able trees in the Comox Valley 27 Mar 2024 01:05:42
  11. Proposal to cut VIU’s music programs called ‘reductive and short-sighted’ 22 Mar 2024 03:03:01
  12. Catching a killer: Environmental sleuths solve the mystery of dead coho in Courtenay’s Piercy Creek 20 Mar 2024 23:25:33
  13. Scales and slithers abound at the Vancouver Reptile Expo 20 Mar 2024 04:42:36
  14. Vancouver Island University faces tough decisions amidst a deficit crisis 16 Mar 2024 02:33:42
  15. St. Ann’s Garden Club supports seniors to ‘create their own narratives’ 15 Mar 2024 01:05:11
  16. Local poet pens love letter to women for International Women’s Day 8 Mar 2024 01:27:14
  17. Letter from B.C. ministers calls for ‘direct and immediate action’ at Union Bay ship breaking facility 7 Mar 2024 02:44:29
  18. ‘You cry twice’: Fish farms go under the lens of filmmaker in new documentary 6 Mar 2024 01:40:21
  19. Editorial: Evidence-based solutions needed more than ever to tackle dual housing and toxic drug crises 1 Mar 2024 02:16:51
  20. Family and friends say Nanaimo youth’s freezing death was preventable 1 Mar 2024 01:22:38
  21. Black mining history in Cumberland: What we know, and what’s been lost 28 Feb 2024 23:50:37
  22. ‘We go for epic everything’: Tremblers of Sevens put on a wild live show 28 Feb 2024 19:22:37
  23. The long road home for newcomers to Nanaimo 23 Feb 2024 02:27:41
  24. Coalition plans renewed effort to address homelessness in Cowichan 15 Feb 2024 23:34:50
  25. Two new active transportation paths planned to connect the Comox Valley 15 Feb 2024 00:04:34
  26. Exploring family history through art 14 Feb 2024 00:16:41
  27. ‘A solution that nobody even imagined’: The Village as a model for housing and mental health and addictions support 9 Feb 2024 01:48:54
  28. ‘Need has skyrocketed’ for Comox Valley Farmers’ Market coupon program 7 Feb 2024 23:21:59
  29. It’s all in the cut for printmaker Kerri Orser 7 Feb 2024 00:58:09
  30. It’s not that serious: the formless goo stage 7 Feb 2024 00:53:12
  31. International students ‘exhausted’ from carrying the financial burden of their universities 3 Feb 2024 20:18:33
  32. Duncan Farmers’ Market calls for expansion to nutrition coupon program 1 Feb 2024 23:01:04
  33. Burrowing success: Marmot Recovery Foundation works to give Vancouver Island marmots a paws-itive future 1 Feb 2024 01:17:15
  34. Singer Raymond Salgado’s ‘impeccable’ voice continues to rise 31 Jan 2024 03:04:21
  35. Food bank usage doubles while funds for food programs grow scarce 26 Jan 2024 01:52:47
  36. Vintage film offers a glimpse into the dreamy world of 1960s Nanaimo 26 Jan 2024 01:01:29
  37. Comox Valley bus strike puts broader transportation issues into focus 25 Jan 2024 01:25:21
  38. Aaron Pritchett is about to get ‘Liquored Up’ in new cross-Canadian tour 24 Jan 2024 00:21:14
  39. ‘My Symphony’ invites children to dream big, because the symphony ‘is for everyone’ 10 Jan 2024 01:15:33
  40. Survey: What stories should The Discourse cover in 2024? 5 Jan 2024 02:59:09
  41. ‘Rewriting my colonial script’: Dr. Laura Ann Cranmer’s push to reclaim her story through theatre 5 Jan 2024 01:33:19
  42. Reporter’s Notebook: The Cowichan women’s shelter that a community built 5 Jan 2024 00:26:35
  43. Magic mountain, melting snow: Climate uncertainty in the Comox Valley 4 Jan 2024 00:56:03
  44. Vancouver Island’s ‘hidden epidemic’ and those fighting to understand it 16 Dec 2023 00:17:04
  45. New funding expands Project Watershed’s vision for coastal restoration 13 Dec 2023 23:06:34
  46. How artist Jesse Gray transforms beach trash into bronze works of art 13 Dec 2023 00:51:34
  47. Broken promises and a broken system: What happened to electoral reform? 7 Dec 2023 22:38:00
  48. Renting in the Comox Valley: Low vacancy, high rents, no ease to the squeeze in sight 7 Dec 2023 01:51:45
  49. It’s All Good: DJ Peter Poole on the transformative art of turntablism 5 Dec 2023 23:35:24
  50. Merville water fight heads to court 30 Nov 2023 01:13:50
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