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Could Kus-kus-sum go coastal?

The importance of the planned restoration of the Fields Sawmill site may well go beyond repairing a blight on the Comox Valley’s image. It’s likely to influence the prospects of a coast-wide approach to replacing multiple forest industry eyesores with ecological assets.

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Engineers battle coastal tankers

From a log home on Upper Campbell Lake, Brian Gunn has rallied retired engineers in British Columbia to challenge how oil products are being shipped from and along the coast of British Columbia. They’re now challenging Kinder Morgan.

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A lament for Strathcona Park

Almost a century ago, people saw the beauty of the area as an equivalent to Banff. Elk Valley was bounded by Buttle Lake and Campbell Lake with Myra Falls at the end of it. The valley was full of giant …

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Wild salmon on brink of disaster

A long-time Clayoquot Sound resident writes a first-person account from the Broughton Archipelago, where First Nations occupied a fish farm. She wonders if wild salmon, bears and other wildlife can survive fish farming …

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Ruth Masters — environmentalist

Ruth Jessie Masters was a war veteran, avid hiker, historian, naturalist, environmentalist, protester but maybe most importantly she was one of ours – born and raised in the Comox Valley. She was born at St. Joseph’s Hospital …

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