Winter storms mean flood risk along the Oyster
With winter rain storms building off the Vancouver Island coast, the risk of flooding looms over those who live along the Oyster River.
The Comox Valley Regional District will host an information sharing open house at 6:30 pm on Thursday, Nov. 22 at the Oyster River Fire Hall, 2241 Catherwood Road. CVRD staff will present a recently completed flood risk assessment of the area, along with maps and other information from the study.
A catamaran formerly anchored off Goose Spit has washed ashore near Mack Laing Park after several days of high southeast winds
BY GEORGE LE MASURIER The Comox Valley Regional District issued this press release today.he Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) and the Courtenay and District Fish & Game Protective Association (Fish & Game Association) have reached an...
The Brooklyn Creek Watershed Society and the Town of Comox have kept the creek alive, but the degradation of natural assets in Courtenay and Area B continue to pose threats to this urban waterway
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As of 8.20 a.m. Wednesday morning, 34.2 percent of registered voters in British Columbia had returned ballots in the referendum on electoral reform.
The second in a series about stormwater begins the Tale of Three Creeks: Golf, Brooklyn and Morrison. Golf Creek is dead, Brooklyn Creek is threatened and Morrison Creek is thriving, with an effort to protect its pristine and intact headwaters
BY RABBI SETH GOLDSTEIN onight marks the beginning of Hanukkah, that eight-day celebration when we bring light into the darkness by lighting the menorah each night.The story of Hanukkah is retold and well known—the Hasmoneans (Maccabees) lead a...
Cumberland jumps ahead, Courtenay cycling councillors set the tone and Comox does the right thing for Mack Laing’s heritage house, Shakesides
The Canadian Rental Housing Index has rated Comox Valley rental rates as “severely unaffordable.”
Considering the potential property tax implications and long-term environmental impacts of reimagining the Comox Valley Sewer System, there was relatively small group of people at the first of two public consultation workshops.