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"We knew there were so many people who were facing economic challenges …"
A different movie each week for five weeks
The Comox Valley Regional Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) has approved $55,000 in funding to help community organizations deliver services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Comox Valley is one of the B.C. communities engaged in mobilization efforts trying to halt old-growth logging.
Non-profit organization is looking for new ways to collaborate with school district
Investigators are continuing to comb through evidence seized
The virtual public hearing was held on March 3 for the Comox properties
On March 1, Courtenay council approved second reading of a rezoning for a secondary residence at 2011 Cummings Rd., near the intersection of McDonald and Lerwick roads. The owners intend to move into the carriage house while their son, daughter-in-law and baby move into the larger house.
Neighbours have reached out to media on several occasions with complaints about the property
PetSmart opened for business in January at the Crown Isle Shopping Centre, but the pandemic has waylaid construction on the remaining section of the third and final phase of the mall.
Due to public health orders resulting from COVID, the Courtenay Fire Department needed to find creative ways last year to ensure public safety while protecting its members from exposure to the virus.
The preliminary design for a new composting facility being built at the Campbell River Waste Management Centre in 2022 is ready to share with the public.
Cat Advocates Teaching & Saving Society opens new facility on Knight Road
School district hosts virtual town hall to address recent COVID-19 cases in schools
B.C. is moving into Phase 2 of its COVID-19 mass immunization plan
Bylaw on amendments still need adoption following March 2 hearing