The Comox Valley Regional District is rolling out an updated zoning bylaw this month for rural areas A, B and C that encourages home-based business, agriculture and sustainable energy
The Comox Valley Board of Trustees has issued a statement about this week’s assault on a 15-year-old Comox Valley student
A fifteen-year-old Comox Valley girl was beaten unconscious by a group of four teenagers while walking to school Tuesday morning. Now the mother has turned to social media for help in identifying the attackers
Another group of rural Comox residents have asked for representation on the Comox Valley Sewage Commission; Ken Grant calls out former Area B director for not factual statements
Late afternoon view down the Strait of George / George Le Masurier photo By Gavin MacRae he depths of the ocean are slowing climate change, but at a cost. Seawater acidity is increasing as the oceans...
Now that Chief Nicole Rempel has made it clear the Town of Comox failed to properly consult the K’omoks First Nations about plans to demolish Mack Laing’s heritage home, a serious question arises: With whom did town staff and council members consult?
Prefabricated walls for the greenhouses and laboratories at the Cannabis Innovation Centre in Comox are being installed this week. The centre plans to open this summer.
Curtis Road residents have asked the Courtenay-Comox Sewer Commission to reassess its plan for future odour controls and the need for a second equalization basin. They also want Host Community Compensation
Bruce and Nicole Gibbons, photograph from their Facebook page By George Le Masurier epresentatives of 53 municipalities on Vancouver Island and the British Columbia coast have endorsed a Comox Valley initiative for the...
Vancouver Island Groundwater Rights Update Water rights advocate Bruce Gibbons is on a mission to end licensing of groundwater extraction for bottled water on Vancouver Island. And if that goes well, for all of BC
Good morning, it’s a great day in the Comox Valley. Let’s praise the Comox Strathcona Regional Hospital Board for finally standing up to Island Health’s steady march toward privatization of health care
Less than a year after the Comox-Courtenay Sewer Commission abandoned its patchwork plan to prevent leakage from large pipes that run through the K’omoks estuary and along Point Holmes beaches, a new, comprehensive Liquid Waste Management Plan is emerging that considers climate change and moves the entire conveyance system onto an overland route.