Qualicum Beach News

Errington Volunteer Fire Department (EVFD) hopes to add a valuable new tool to its emergency response operations.
Areas near the water could see between 5-15 cm and residents further inland could see up to 25 cm today. The snow is expected to fall through the afternoon, according to Environment Canada.
During this time period the Oceanside RCMP received 234 complaints, including a resident scammed out of thousands of dollars by someone claiming to represent a major Canadian bank.
Qualicum Beach’s Memorial Roundabout will open to traffic tomorrow (Dec. 2) after 10 months of work.
The third in a series of atmospheric rivers is expected to impact coastal B.C. beginning tonight, according to the province.
After cancelling last year’s event due to COVID-19 restrictions, the annual outdoor festival of lights is back.
The Oceanside Community Track Committee is past the halfway point to its $1.5 million funding goal and has planned a silent auction to bring it even closer to the finish line.
A 41-year-old Parksville man faces a list of charges, including hit and run, dangerous driving, obstruction, possession of stolen property and prohibited driving.
Oceanside RCMP hope to return a significant quantity of cash found in downtown Qualicum Beach to its rightful owner.
The Regional District of Nanaimo (RDN) will host a disaster recovery webinar on Nov. 25 to assist residents and evacuees affected by the recent flooding.

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