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On Lazo, Comox shows no accountability

On Lazo, Comox shows no accountability

By Judy Morrison I attended the recent Town of Comox Open House where one of the featured topics was the Lazo Road shoreline. I have learned much since that date. I now know a lot more about shores and water and and their "systems." I have also learned more about...

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Work stopped on Comox rip rap project

Work stopped on Comox rip rap project

Second update: Work on the project resumed on Wednesday, June 29. This article was updated at 10 a.m. after receiving information from the Town of Comox regarding the work stoppage. Work stopped almost as soon as it began on the Cape Lazo shoreline stabilization...

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On Oceans Day, tiny celebrations

On Oceans Day, tiny celebrations

Thanks to a Canadian initiative at the 1992 Earth Summit, the world celebrates Oceans Day on June 8. Unfortunately, our oceans haven’t done so well lately, putting a little damper on the party. We’ve overfished and under protected them, polluted them and ignored the...

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Should UBC divest from fossil fuel companies?

Should UBC divest from fossil fuel companies?

Should the University of British Columbia buy shares in and take profits from fossil fuel companies or invest in funds and projects directly linked to controversial energy projects? The UBC Board of Governor’s considered that question after some faculty and staff...

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