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BC Ferries is anticipating that British Columbians are eager for some non-essential travel to and from Vancouver Island as it ramps up for summer season.
There’s been a big shift in where people are living now. The pandemic changed a lot about how Americans live and work — and where they live and work.
Forest Company San Group has promised to sink another $15 million into Port Alberni as it partners with the Port Alberni Port Authority to improve and take control of one of its deep-water berths.
I believe with great passion that Port Alberni can be the hub of hockey development in the North Island. Bringing the Bombers to life is the next step in that vision.
More than 100 new units of housing for seniors will be coming to the former Port Alberni District Secondary School grounds.
The Alberni Valley Bulldogs are proud to announce a major community partnership with Park Ridge at Anderson Hill.
The real estate boom is sending waves of people to Port Alberni, as it’s the most affordable of all centres on Vancouver Island.
Huu-ay-aht First Nations has closed a deal with Western Forest Products that will give the nation additional ownership of a tree farm licence located on Huu-ay-aht traditional territory.
As the essential building blocks of B.C.’s skyrocketing housing industry, lumber now cost as much as three times what it did before the pandemic.
The need for expanded facilities to service vessels is a natural next step which has resulted in a proposal for a floating dry dock in Port Alberni.
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