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16th Annual Child Haven Fundraising Dinner

Come and enjoy a vegetarian Indian dinner with Bonnie and Fred Cappuccino the founders of Child Haven, Order of Canada and Nobel Peace Prize nominees. This years dinner is Thursday October 24th at Upper Florence Filberg Centre. Doors open at 5pm and dinner is at 6pm

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LETTERS TO/FROM THE EDITOR

Time To Say Goodbye

The year has passed very quickly and, as Editor of Tide Change, I have enjoyed many conversations in the wonderful coffee shops of the Comox Valley. I have observed and, in my own small way, helped to inform our readers about individuals and groups making a difference in our community. But now it is time for me to say goodbye.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Time To Say Goodbye

The year has passed very quickly and, as Editor of Tide Change, I have enjoyed many conversations in the wonderful coffee shops of the Comox Valley. I have observed and, in my own small way, helped to inform our readers about individuals and groups making a difference in our community. But now it is time for me to say goodbye.

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CANADIAN ASSOCIATION FOR CREATIVE SCHOOLING

A Presentation to the Canadian Association for Creative Schooling by Mike Bell, Principal, at the Comox Valley Green New Deal community high school June 29, 2024. - We adopted the Green New Deal because unlike many other policy or program approaches it provided a broad new context. All the programs and services included in the GND had to be consistent with efforts to deal with a climate changing world.

COLUMNISTS

CANADIAN ASSOCIATION FOR CREATIVE SCHOOLING

A Presentation to the Canadian Association for Creative Schooling by Mike Bell, Principal, at the Comox Valley Green New Deal community high school June 29, 2024. - We adopted the Green New Deal because unlike many other policy or program approaches it provided a broad new context. All the programs and services included in the GND had to be consistent with efforts to deal with a climate changing world.

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Project Watershed aims to raise $35,000 by October 20, 2019. “We are hoping that the publicity surrounding the dock removal helps us reach our October target early as we have another $35,000 target coming up in December,” reports Caila Holbrook, Project Watershed Manager of Fundraising, Outreach and Mapping. To donate or find out more about the project visit www.kuskussum.ca or www.projectwatershed.ca.

The complete article can be read at the following link: https://tidechange.ca/2019/08/13/kus-kus-sum-deconstruction-phase-1-dock-removal/

 

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Great finds at Habitat For Humanity's ReStore


It’s back to school time. This wooden desk is a gem. Just $100. Please call (250) 334-3784 to ask if the item is still available before heading out to Comox Valley ReStore. Thank you.

Debbie Bowman, ReStore Manager

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