- Wildfire near Sayward, B.C., continues to burn out of control with 60 firefighters, 4 helicopters on scene
- Giant dinosaur animatronics on Vancouver Island up for sale
- RCMP bomb disposal team called to Courtenay
- 'The Star Dude': B.C. man building the world's largest pair of binoculars
- Hundreds participate in mock plane crash training exercise in Comox Valley
- Saskatchewan family rescued from B.C. river
- BC Ferries unveils $2.5M training simulator
- Ladysmith trucking company competes in North America-wide calendar contest
- Air ambulance called to crash that gridlocked traffic near Qualicum Beach
- Nanaimo lost dog captured after 73 days on the loose
- 'Pick yourself up and keep going': Comox Valley father, 2 sons escape trailer fire
- Vancouver Island military search and rescue crews train with U.S. Coast Guard
Gord’s television roots were planted as a volunteer, producing programs for the community station in Courtenay while he was still in high school. After graduation, he was appointed as the station’s Programming Manager, becoming the youngest person in Canada to hold such a position.
After several years he moved to Vancouver and worked in various media roles, including owning his own business creating commercials and corporate videos, before immersing himself in television news. Gord jumped at the opportunity to return to the Comox Valley in December of 2005 to become our North Island videographer. His regular travels take him to every corner and backroad of Vancouver Island, and he wouldn’t have it any other way.
- 2012 RTDNA Dave Rogers Award for Best Feature Reporting (Long) for ‘Haunted Island’ series
- 2014 RTDNA Adrienne Clarkson Award for Diversity