The Comox Valley has housing affordability issues, but a recent study sensationalizing our problems by an obscure website is so seriously flawed that it amounts to nonsense
It's hard to see the forest for the trees sometimes / George Le Masurier photo By George Le Masurier he silence of Comox Town Council members for the plight of Mariner apartment dwellers is deafening. A...
You do the math: Did we get 151 “new” long-term care beds, or 130, or just 60? Who wanted a bridge at 29th Street anyway. And, what is Rod Nichol up to?
Providence takes ownership of The Viewa, David Dutcyvich is not making friends or influencing people and Comox Valley blueberries are budding dangerously in unseasonably warm weather
The Week: Should we put tolls on Courtenay’s Fifth Street Bridge? And, can we have quieter coffee shops, please?
Was this the Year of Women in Comox Valley politics? You can certainly make a case that it was. More women ran for public office and were elected than the prior year in all branches of Comox Valley local government.
Did the NDP want electoral reform to fail? Is the beer drought in Comox finally over? Will people ever stop pouring toxic chemicals into storm drains? So many questions
Does anybody else think Mt. Washington freestyle skier Cassie Sharpe got overlooked as Canada’s athlete of the year? And, how fast can Comox open an off-leash dog park?
Every homeowner knows that when you delay repairs to your house, they just get worse and more expensive to fix with the longer you wait. Courtenay City Council learned that lesson this week about the Fifth Street Bridge.