The Week: Woman in the iconic Woodstock photograph lives in Comox and while the BC Supreme Court ruled against 3L Developments, the conflict isn’t over. Plus, a survey shows the Canadian public is far ahead of politicians on climate change
The Courtenay-Comox Sewage Commission declined to take another vote this week on adding Area B representation, which left Curtis Road residents and others frustrated
The BC Supreme Court has decided in favor of the Comox Valley Regional District in a lawsuit brought by 3L Developments over amending the Regional Growth Strategy
Our report on logging in the Comox Lake watershed stirs debate. We check on Comox Mayor Russ Arnott’s allegations of complaints about the Mack Laing Heritage Society, but can’t find any. And sewage commission will reconsider Area B representation
The Cumberland Community Forest Society (CCFS) has been purchasing and protecting privately owned forests scheduled for logging near the Village of Cumberland since 2000
Hiking Strathcona Park is one of the summer’s pleasures in the Comox Valley. But a lost hiker from Kansas in 1977 turned into a two-month nightmare for the Comox Valley Search and Rescue team. It’s a case shrouded in mystery
A trip up logging roads around Comox Lake and the Cruickshank River shows the devastation from logging around the Comox Valley’s drinking water source
Town of Comox denies Mack Laing Heritage Society entry into the Nautical Days parade for their “alarming” and “inappropriate behaviour.” It’s nothing but petty, middle school politics
George Le Masurier photo By George Le Masurier hen our local governments declare a “climate emergency” what does that really mean? Is it simply a statement to recognize that climate change is real? Is it merely a trendy...
The BC Association of Heritage Professionals warns provincial cabinet ministers of the serious precedent that could be set by varying Mack Laing’s trust agreement with the Town of Comox to preserve Shakesides
In West Vancouver, BC attorney general sues a municipality for breach of trust. In the Town of Comox, the attorney general defends breaching Mack Laing’s trust. Is the agency’s perspective changing?
Some 30 rallies held Wednesday across Canada – outside CBC studios, offices and in the streets – aim to pressure the public broadcaster to host a debate between federal party leaders on the climate crisis ahead of the coming election