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Towards that purpose World Community created a “magazine” style website where community groups from the Comox Valley and beyond could share their information and media relevant to local social justice, environmental and democracy issues.TideChange Senior Editors
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The Comox Valley's Centre for Community Action
This coming Sunday September 24th at 5:00 pm, Rawthentic at 407b 5th St. in Courtenay will host this month’s Earthsave vegan dine out.
The Comox Valley Hospice Society (CVHS) is honoured to announce a $5000 seed grant award to investigate the experience of people who are grieving a loss of a family member or loved one making a decision to use medically assisted dying (known as MAiD).
The headlines should have read “B.C.'s Wild West reputation laid to rest.”
Instead, British Columbians woke up to “Taxpayers would give millions to political parties in NDP plan,” all thanks to an ill-advised decision to slide two unexpected provisions into the government's campaign finance reform package: a transitional allowance for political parties – otherwise known as the golden handshake fund – and election expense rebates.
The post How much money does a B.C. political party really need? appeared first on Tide Change.
In the early days of NASA, when the Americans were in a moon race with the Russians, a conflict arose between NASA and the astronauts. The administration, with the urging of the engineers, did not want to let the astronauts have any internal control over the spacecraft. “Leave the driving to us.”
The post COMOX VALLEY CLIMATE CHANGE CHRONICLES (15): The Men on the Moon appeared first on Tide Change.
Stage 3 water restrictions for the Comox Valley Water System have been extended to 4:30 pm on September 22. These restrictions were originally scheduled to end today but have been extended due to BC Hydro’s continued maintenance and repair work at the Puntledge River generating station.
These restrictions apply to the Town of Comox, City of Courtenay, and the Sandwick, Arden, Comox Valley, England Road, Marsden/Camco and Greaves Crescent Water Local Service Areas.
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Artist Rita McKeough will be back at the Comox Valley Art Gallery on Saturday, Sept. 30, to provide a guided tour and talk at 3 p.m. on the final day of her exhibition Veins / Listen / Cul-De-Sac. Everyone is welcome and admission is by donation.
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