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CVRD invites public to weigh in on sewer planning process

The Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) is embarking on a Liquid Waste Management Plan (LWMP) for Courtenay and Comox and the public is invited to share their thoughts and feedback about the future of sewer services in those communities. The LWMP process looks to develop a comprehensive plan for the future of wastewater for Courtenay and Comox including, conveyance (pipes and pump stations) and the treatment plant.

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LETTERS TO/FROM THE EDITOR

Sechelt residents head for Council on June 20th

Residents of Sechelt will be going as a delegation to council on June 20th (7pm) to ask council to send a Climate Accountability Letter to the 20 Carbon Majors, the 20 companies responsible for a third of global and historic fossil fuel production.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Sechelt residents head for Council on June 20th

Residents of Sechelt will be going as a delegation to council on June 20th (7pm) to ask council to send a Climate Accountability Letter to the 20 Carbon Majors, the 20 companies responsible for a third of global and historic fossil fuel production.

COLUMNISTS

BC Report: The Need to Convince – The ENGOs’ Necessary Leadership

While the most notorious environmental event in BC this spring may appear to be the federal acquisition of the Kinder Morgan pipeline, which the media pitches as a confrontation between Alberta and BC, this political circus may just be a subtext to more important over-arching biological and environmental concerns. Indeed, the notorious media-focussed announcement of the prime mininister’s acquisition of a controversial pipeline in the name of “the national interest”, has overshadowed the much-more important, if more matter-of-fact, release by the Alpine Club of Canada and the University of Alberta of the 2018 State of the Mountains Report, which underlines the fact that science knows no borders and is always in “the public interest.”

COLUMNISTS

BC Report: The Need to Convince – The ENGOs’ Necessary Leadership

While the most notorious environmental event in BC this spring may appear to be the federal acquisition of the Kinder Morgan pipeline, which the media pitches as a confrontation between Alberta and BC, this political circus may just be a subtext to more important over-arching biological and environmental concerns. Indeed, the notorious media-focussed announcement of the prime mininister’s acquisition of a controversial pipeline in the name of “the national interest”, has overshadowed the much-more important, if more matter-of-fact, release by the Alpine Club of Canada and the University of Alberta of the 2018 State of the Mountains Report, which underlines the fact that science knows no borders and is always in “the public interest.”

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Comox Harbour Scenic Minute - Island Soul Films

Here is a new video I put together from our afternoon on the docks in Comox, BC.
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