World Community (est. 1990 in the Comox Valley) is a community of advocates working to foster a greater awareness of the social, economic and environmental consequences of human activity at both the local and global levels.
The organisation’s flagship event is BC’s longest running social justice documentary Film Festival. The film festival screens current documentary films featuring the major emerging human development issues in our changing world. The festival runs Friday & Saturday Feb. 2 – 3, 2018 in Courtenay, BC
Tidechange.ca has a long standing relationship with World Community and is proud to be part of this year’s film festival. We will have a table at the bazaar and would love it if you stopped by and said hi. We will be sharing our table with Pod Creative.
Tide Change.ca is a website designed to serve the people of the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island, B.C. by regularly delivering current, relevant, hyper-local content.
People are overwhelmed with news from around the world and local stories and events are easily overlooked. That’s where Tide Change comes in. Their primary focus is the Comox Valley and surrounding areas. News is updated regularly, highlighting local events and local interest stories.
Tide Change was a project of World Community Development Education Society known locally as World Community. The society provided seed money in 2008 to help initiate Tide Change and continued to subsidize the project until 2017, when it was handed over to the team at Pod Creative. (Read the full story.)