Cortes Currents has received several reports of drivers passing cyclists without due care.
Currents sought to increase clarity on what is expected of cyclists and drivers who wish to operate their vehicles safely and follow the laws of British Columbia. And so we reached Corporal Chris Voller at the Quadra island detachment of the RCMP for advice on the matter.
Corporal Voller was pleased to discuss legal and safety matters around cyclist-driver interactions.
Continue reading Passing Cyclists: legalities and safety
Editor’s note: This article uses the pronoun ‘it’ to refer to a person – as that is the preference of the person.
At the end of March, Tamias was riding its bike when it was nearly struck by a pickup truck.
Continue reading Cortes Cyclist nearly struck by pickup truck
Over the past couple of years, electric bikes, or e-bikes, have begun to be a regular appearance on Cortes roads.
Today, we’ll hear from a few local e-bike users, ask them about their bikes and their experience riding on Cortes.
Continue reading e-Bikes on Cortes Island: 2021 update
An injured Red-Tailed Hawk was recovered and recently released by a local wildlife advocate.
Cortes Currents reached Autumn Barrett-Morgan at home, by zoom, for the story.
Continue reading Cortesians rescue Red-tailed Hawk, forge relationship with MARS
You may have seen a couple of tiny homes just outside the Linnaea Farm parking lot and wondered, what’s the story with those?
Well, that would be the right question to ask – the tiny homes are a multi-faceted project of Robert Carrington, aka Bobbie Noobie.
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