Terry Farrell

VIDEO: Bears dine on salmon at B.C. hatchery

VIDEO: Bears dine on salmon at B.C. hatchery

It was lunch time for the bears

VIDEO: Bears dine on salmon at B.C. hatchery
Courtenay resident Michelle Alksne (left) meets her biological mother, Debbie Touet, for the first time at Comox Valley Airport on Saturday afternoon. Photo by Mike Chouinard

VIDEO: B.C. woman meets biological mother, 38 years later

Mother never gave up hope of finding daughter, despite all the obstacles

Courtenay resident Michelle Alksne (left) meets her biological mother, Debbie Touet, for the first time at Comox Valley Airport on Saturday afternoon. Photo by Mike Chouinard
89-year-old machete attack victim continues to recover in Vancouver Island hospital

89-year-old machete attack victim continues to recover in Vancouver Island hospital

Bob Plumb likely to lose sight in his left eye after assault in Courtenay

89-year-old machete attack victim continues to recover in Vancouver Island hospital
Long-time newspaper delivery man attacked with machete on Vancouver Island

Long-time newspaper delivery man attacked with machete on Vancouver Island

The man, who has only been identified by family as Bob, was attacked early Wednesday morning

Long-time newspaper delivery man attacked with machete on Vancouver Island
BC Coroners Service identifies victims of plane crash north of Port Hardy

BC Coroners Service identifies victims of plane crash north of Port Hardy

One Canadian, two Americans and a German died in the crash

BC Coroners Service identifies victims of plane crash north of Port Hardy
The five Ballenas School students behind the experiment: Investigating the Growth Patterns of Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) Sprouts in Microgravity: a Potential Nourishment for Future Manned Spaceflight.

Vancouver Island produce company is sending alfalfa sprouts to outer space

Eat More Sprouts to be part of an International Space Station experiment

The five Ballenas School students behind the experiment: Investigating the Growth Patterns of Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) Sprouts in Microgravity: a Potential Nourishment for Future Manned Spaceflight.
Comox Valley Ground Search and Rescue members set up their own tents next to those already set up by the distressed hiking party, and remained with the group overnight until a helicopter could extricate the hikers in the morning. The hikers were found just past the northern tip of Mariwood Lake. Photo by Comox Valley Ground Search and Rescue Facebook page.

Hikers, dogs rescued from Vancouver Island mountain amid winter storm

Comox Valley Ground Search and Rescue extricates distressed hikers in Strathcona Park

Comox Valley Ground Search and Rescue members set up their own tents next to those already set up by the distressed hiking party, and remained with the group overnight until a helicopter could extricate the hikers in the morning. The hikers were found just past the northern tip of Mariwood Lake. Photo by Comox Valley Ground Search and Rescue Facebook page.
Record reporter Erin Haluschak

Black Press Media reporter chosen for prestigious leadership academy

Erin Haluschak to attend the Poynter Institute Leadership Academy for Women in Digital Media

Record reporter Erin Haluschak
VIDEO: Dolphins put on a show for BC Ferries customers

VIDEO: Dolphins put on a show for BC Ferries customers

Clip shows ‘about 200’ dolphins swimming alongside ferry

VIDEO: Dolphins put on a show for BC Ferries customers
Canada Post responds to B.C. mail carrier’s claims of questionable tactics during strike

Canada Post responds to B.C. mail carrier’s claims of questionable tactics during strike

Corporation says ‘isolation’ of cheques is part of a program agreed to by both sides

Canada Post responds to B.C. mail carrier’s claims of questionable tactics during strike
UPDATE: B.C. postal worker accuses Canada Post of questionable tactics during strike

UPDATE: B.C. postal worker accuses Canada Post of questionable tactics during strike

Vancouver Island carrier says the backlog of mail is a ‘fabricated crisis’

UPDATE: B.C. postal worker accuses Canada Post of questionable tactics during strike
B.C. man who lost his home to a fire says it was caused by a cosmetic mirror

B.C. 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

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

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

Max Millions tickets purchased in B.C.

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

VIDEO: Cougars at play in B.C. backyard

Woman spots pair of juvenile cougars in her yard

VIDEO: Cougars at play in B.C. 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