~ The frog does not drink up the pond in which he lives.- Native American Proverb ~


Flooding has become a major concern in the Courtenay River

The City of Courtenay and The CV Regional District partner with Timberwest Forest Corp. to explore why...



Breaking News - Tsolum Celebrates this year!

With water quality back to normal, a run of 60,000 pinks and 2500 coho it is time for us to throw a party!

A free (voluntary donation/membership at door) family-friendly event Saturday February 22 at the Merville hall.

5PM - AGM - come and hear all the good news, meet the Board or get elected even

6:30PM  - BBQ Salmon Dinner - Wild game chili also on the menu

8PM - Silent Auction and dancing to local band FLYING DEBRIS
If you would like to donate an item for the Auction please call Jack at 250.897-4670

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Posted by: Jack Minard on Saturday February 8, 2014 at 11:21 am

Breaking News - RST In water earliest ever!

Mergansers and Kingfishers are actively fishing in the River. This means the pink fry are on the move.

This is far earlier than just a few years ago as timings are changing it thought largely due to climate change effects, particularly in the Salish Sea.

We will launch the trap Sunday February 16. Click on the 16th on the calendar for more info

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Posted by: Jack Minard on Saturday February 8, 2014 at 11:02 am


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