Month: August 2019

Kus-kus-sum Dock, Dolphins Pilings Gone for Good!

The removal of the dock, dolphins and pilings from the water lot area of the Kus-kus-sum property went smoothly last week. GADD machinery was mobilized to the site Saturday, August 17th and assembled over the weekend. Work commenced on the following Monday and the final pilings were removed during the weekend of the 23rd and 24th. Project Watershed invites the public onto the site Friday and Saturday August 30 and 31 from 9:30 am to 11:30 am.

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Develop Your Capacity to Connect with Nature

If you are interested in developing your capacity to connect with Nature, counsellor and nature-based therapist Sharon McCann will facilitate two outdoor group experiences in September to awaken your natural senses. The benefits include relaxation, renewal, and discovering yourself as part of Nature as one, unified being.

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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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