Erin Haluschak

Stu MacInnis is a registered health care assistant and shares his perspective on health care - and a few other things - on social media, particularly TikTok.

PODCAST: B.C. man breathes life into long-term care on social media

Off The Page: Healthcare meets TikTok with the Comox Valley’s Stu MacInnis

Stu MacInnis is a registered health care assistant and shares his perspective on health care - and a few other things - on social media, particularly TikTok.
Laila Trogneux-Goosen is a Comox Valley resident and the winner for achievement in snort laughing from the 2022 World Laughing Championships held virtually May 1. Photo by Erin Haluschak

PODCAST: B.C. woman laughs and snorts her way to a world championship

OFF THE PAGE: Share a Winning Laugh with the Comox Valley’s Laila Trogneux-Goosen

Laila Trogneux-Goosen is a Comox Valley resident and the winner for achievement in snort laughing from the 2022 World Laughing Championships held virtually May 1. Photo by Erin Haluschak
Siobhan Clayton recently put a call out on social media seeking a living donor for a kidney. She and her husband are the next guests on the Record’s weekly podcast, Off The Page. Photo submitted

PODCAST: Vancouver Island woman shares her quest for a kidney donor

Siobhan Clayton talks her search for the kind of life she had prior to her kidney failure diagnosis

Siobhan Clayton recently put a call out on social media seeking a living donor for a kidney. She and her husband are the next guests on the Record’s weekly podcast, Off The Page. Photo submitted
Comox Valley RCMP. File photo

Grandmother hospitalized after dog attack on Vancouver Island

“This is a good reminder to keep dogs on leash”

Comox Valley RCMP. File photo
Tim Ennis is the next guest on the Record’s podcast, Off The Page.

PODCAST: Vancouver Island conservation biologist Tim Ennis talks all things bats

Off The Page: learn why bats are responsible for bad hangovers and much more

Tim Ennis is the next guest on the Record’s podcast, Off The Page.
Shawn and Emily Wood on their wedding day in Courtenay. Photo submitted

PODCAST: how a dying wish Island wedding evolved into commitment to difference-making

Comox Valley’s Shawn Wood leaving a legacy with the Emily Ann Foundation

Shawn and Emily Wood on their wedding day in Courtenay. Photo submitted
Dr. Jonathan Reggler is asking Comox council for a moratorium on high density and large residential builds until a Valley-wide plan is enacted to bring more family doctors to the area. File photo

Island doctor asks for moratorium on high-density builds to ease physician shortage

“Walk-in clinics are at a breaking point … many of the Valley’s physicians are approaching retirement.”

Dr. Jonathan Reggler is asking Comox council for a moratorium on high density and large residential builds until a Valley-wide plan is enacted to bring more family doctors to the area. File photo
Terrance James recently completed a biography about his friend entitled Sasquatch Discovered: The Biography of Dr. John Bingernagel (set to be released this summer) and is the next guest on The Record's Off The Page podcast set to be released April 20. Photo submitted

PODCAST: Following the trail of a foremost B.C. Sasquatch researcher

Off The Page: Dr. John Bindernagel was known for his passionate dedication to researching Sasquatch

Terrance James recently completed a biography about his friend entitled Sasquatch Discovered: The Biography of Dr. John Bingernagel (set to be released this summer) and is the next guest on The Record's Off The Page podcast set to be released April 20. Photo submitted
Five orcas went for a swim near some docked boats in the Comox Marina April 17. Photo by Nicky Smiley/Comox Valley Wildlife Sightings

Video: Orcas swimming in Comox Marina

Five orcas gave those at the Comox Marina an extra special Easter Sunday

Five orcas went for a swim near some docked boats in the Comox Marina April 17. Photo by Nicky Smiley/Comox Valley Wildlife Sightings
The Canadian Forces Snowbirds taking off at 19 Wing Comox in May 2021. Photo by Erin Haluschak

Off The Page podcast: Snowbirds talk spring training in Comox

Preview of spring training in the Valley from April 19 to May 11

The Canadian Forces Snowbirds taking off at 19 Wing Comox in May 2021. Photo by Erin Haluschak
Hollie Ha started Holding Heritage to help deepen the understanding of Chinese-Vietnamese heritage in North America. Photo submitted

Podcast: Life as Vancouver Island child of immigrants explored in Holding Heritage

Off The Page: Hollie Ha talks growing up in the Comox Valley after her parent’s immigration

Hollie Ha started Holding Heritage to help deepen the understanding of Chinese-Vietnamese heritage in North America. Photo submitted
A segment of the Island Rail corridor, formerly known as the E&N Railway. File Photo

Off The Page: Vancouver Island’s Friends of Rails to Trails getting untracked

Podcast explores what a multi-use trail from Courtenay to Victoria would look like?

A segment of the Island Rail corridor, formerly known as the E&N Railway. File Photo
Dr. Serhy Yekelchyk is the featured guest on Off The Page, a professor of European history with expertise in Ukraine, Russia and the history of the Soviet Union at the University of Victoria. Photo by David Furlonger

Podcast: Ukraine-born B.C. professor explores the history and the crisis

Off the Page: with University of Victoria professor Dr. Serhy Yekelchyk

Dr. Serhy Yekelchyk is the featured guest on Off The Page, a professor of European history with expertise in Ukraine, Russia and the history of the Soviet Union at the University of Victoria. Photo by David Furlonger
Mount Washington cross-country skiing instructor Keith Nicol has become somewhat of a YouTube sensation for his instructional videos. Photo supplied

Podcast: Mount Washington ski instructor’s videos have gone viral on YouTube

Keith Nicol’s how-to Nordic skiing tips have amassed more than 4.1 million views

Mount Washington cross-country skiing instructor Keith Nicol has become somewhat of a YouTube sensation for his instructional videos. Photo supplied
On March 1- a new calf in J Pod was discovered. Photo by Centre for Whale Research

New addition to B.C.’s Southern Resident orca family

New baby discovered in the coast’s embattled J-Pod

On March 1- a new calf in J Pod was discovered. Photo by Centre for Whale Research
Colin James (right) and his band put on a great show at the Comox Valley Exhibition Grounds as part of the 2019 Vancouver Island MusicFest. Photo by Terry Farrell

Welcoming back the fans: Vancouver Island MusicFest bringing music to the people again

Off The Page podcast: Marketing manager Sue Wood talks about first in-person festival in two years

Colin James (right) and his band put on a great show at the Comox Valley Exhibition Grounds as part of the 2019 Vancouver Island MusicFest. Photo by Terry Farrell
Stocky Edwards shares a laugh during the dedication ceremony for a cairn in his honour in Comox Wednesday, Feb. 9. Photo by Erin Haluschak

Vancouver Island Second World War flying hero welcomes cairn salute

Centenarian Stocky Edwards’ legacy on permanent display unveiled in Comox nature

Stocky Edwards shares a laugh during the dedication ceremony for a cairn in his honour in Comox Wednesday, Feb. 9. Photo by Erin Haluschak
Before hibernation, Vancouver Island marmots are nearly twice their springtime weight, averaging about 6.5kg. Photo submitted by NIWRA

VIDEO: Island marmots get a check-up and find their shadow on Groundhog Day

Vancouver Island marmot population rebounds, as Violet calls for 6 more weeks of winter

Before hibernation, Vancouver Island marmots are nearly twice their springtime weight, averaging about 6.5kg. Photo submitted by NIWRA
A weather map shows colder temperatures in store for western Canada, Vancouver Island and the Comox Valley in early February. Weather Network screenshot

Islanders should keep their winter coats nearby as colder weather coming back

A pattern reversal will bring much colder weather back to western Canada for a few days next month

A weather map shows colder temperatures in store for western Canada, Vancouver Island and the Comox Valley in early February. Weather Network screenshot
Ryan Hedican passed away in April of 2017. Photo submitted

Island family still fighting for changes, 5 years after son’s fentanyl poisoning death

‘Zero urgency’ from policymakers to declare federal public health emergency

Ryan Hedican passed away in April of 2017. Photo submitted