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LETTERS TO/FROM THE EDITOR

Richard Davis new Editor of Tide Change

I am Richard Davis, I find myself the next caretaker of Tide Change. I was looking for ways to get involved with the Comox Valley community and I met Pieter Vorster. If you have met him, you know that he can get you involved. He is here to mentor me, facilitate the technical operation of the site and ensure it stays on track.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Richard Davis new Editor of Tide Change

I am Richard Davis, I find myself the next caretaker of Tide Change. I was looking for ways to get involved with the Comox Valley community and I met Pieter Vorster. If you have met him, you know that he can get you involved. He is here to mentor me, facilitate the technical operation of the site and ensure it stays on track.

COLUMNISTS

Beware of the Bot.

I know from our conversations that s/he has for a long time been concerned about the attempt by financial giants to entirely take over/own all of nature and its processes. So, voila, the bots start feeding taylour made articles to the listserve on how the hidden/nefarious intention of the “climate change industry” is to ensure the complete financialization of nature.

COLUMNISTS

Beware of the Bot.

I know from our conversations that s/he has for a long time been concerned about the attempt by financial giants to entirely take over/own all of nature and its processes. So, voila, the bots start feeding taylour made articles to the listserve on how the hidden/nefarious intention of the “climate change industry” is to ensure the complete financialization of nature.

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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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