With the holidays approaching and the promise of COVID vaccines just around the corner, we might be tempted to bend the public health rules. Don’t do it.
A parent struggles over her relationship with the Elf on the Shelf
There is a growing public interest to acquire large blocks of land along the upper reaches of the Puntledge River. So does the Comox Valley need to form a regional park service?
This week, Comox Valley women returned to positions of power in local governments, while 3L shifts the Puntledge Triangle debate to whether the regional district should buy its land. Plus why the Economic Development Society may be a dead horse and Comox councillors think they may be underpaid.
A commentary on COVID safety in the Comox Valley, plus what might happen to the 3L Developments’ 500 acres near Stotan Falls now that the CVRD has rejected their request to amend the Regional Growth Strategy
North Island Medical Health Officer steps in to avert potential COVID super-spreader event in the Comox Valley
Local governments are taking oversight seriously and pushing the CV Economic Development Society toward new directions that will benefit broader sectors of the community. Comox Town Council doesn’t like it.
This week we talk about how the reduction of healthcare services at North Island Hospitals continues to worry North Island citizens, plus elections, politics and why so many Comox Valley people refuse to wear masks inside local stores
Observations about the provincial election: Do the BC Liberals walk away with the Courtenay-Comox riding?