Watch: Campbell River rebounding back
The town of Campbell River is known as the economic gateway to northern Vancouver island.
For much of the last century, it flourished as a logging and fishing city.
But three years ago, when salmon stocks declined, and its largest employer, the pulp and paper mill, shut its doors for good, Campbell River was a city in trouble.
But it’s starting to boom again thanks to another valuable natural resource.
Randene Neill reports.