We believe that a healthy democracy can only survive when its citizens debate the critical issues of the day. This means we must have an on-going dialogue where we share our thoughts with our fellow citizens.

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

This ongoing project created by World Community spotlights local community news, initiatives, and events. Click here to go to Tidechange.ca or have a look at the latest headlines below…

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Author: Pieter Vorster
Posted: July 26, 2017, 7:00 pm

“You can’t play in my key,” Jimmy Duck Holmes said to the other five blues musicians on the stage. They all had jammed together beautifully during their performance. When it was Jimmy’s turn, he plaid solo, the others listened respectfully.

On a superficial level the situation was easy to understand: Jimmy’s guitar was tuned differently. However, there was a deeper layer that he touched on.

The post You Can’t Play in My Key appeared first on Tide Change.

Author: Michael Holding
Posted: July 25, 2017, 11:00 pm

The MLHS continues its efforts to preserve Mack Laing’s Shakesides home, and recently received a letter of support from the Denman Conservation Association. “As a conservancy organization, the DCA is keenly aware that we stand on the shoulders of those who have gone before on the path to honour and to protect the natural world. […]

The post Save Shakesides support continues and GoFundMe page launched appeared first on Tide Change.

Author: Ed
Posted: July 25, 2017, 3:29 pm

Time to hold your nose and get on down to the Big Yellow Merville hall for the Sixth Annual Garlic Fest on Sunday, August 13th. Those garlic sellers are a jovial bunch so there will be lots of fun for all ages at this family event.

The post Sixth Annual Garlic Fest appeared first on Tide Change.

Author: Michael Holding
Posted: July 25, 2017, 12:00 am

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