Within a few days of my arrival in Comox, l began traveling on its buses. If you want to get to know the area and its residents, use public transit. Not only is it less than one sixth of the average monthly cost of a new vehicle, but it also offers its own unique opportunity to connect with our community.Read More
Category: Community Conversations
The title of my column is both a reference to an actual event, which I experienced first-hand, and a common phrase used when we choose to stay firmly anchored in our point of view about an individual or group.
I was a local newspaper reporter when The Ice Storm of the Century of January 1998 hit the community I lived in with three consecutive days of freezing rain.
I have decided that my first column should set the stage for an open dialogue. The topic is the exact reason I accepted my position as chief editor, communication strategy and relationship building for the Tide Change Community.Read More
My name is Catherine Hedrich and I would like to personally invite you to assist me in my new functions as Editor in Chief of Tide Change. Your valued input as subscriber and supporter of our mission to act as an effective community voice and information digital platform is of great importance to me in my new functionsRead More
We are so excited to have Catherine Hedrich lead the editorial direction of Tide Change and build upon its community foundation of collaborative support. As a new resident of the Comox Valley, her outsider’s perspective will undoubtedly bring fresh and useful insights, while setting the stage for the development of a sustainable and interactive communication platform for our community enterprise, beginning with her new column, Community Conversations.Read More