The Everybody Deserves a Smile 2018 Campaign at Ecole Puntledge Park is completing its last morning of operation today. Students and staff across the district are filling a gift bag which will be delivered beginning this weekend here in the Valley and continuing down island Dec 17th.Read More
2018/12/12 | Education |
Students registered in the Comox Valley school district may request a transfer to a school outside their catchment area for the 2019/20 school year.
Registration opens 7 January 2019 for a seven-week period for cross-boundary applicants to submit an online request. Requests will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Students registered in the Comox Valley school district may request a transfer to a school outside their catchment area for the 2019/20 school year. Registration opens January 7th, 2019, for a seven-week period for cross-boundary applicants to submit an online request. Requests will be considered on a case-by-case basis.Read More
The 2018 Premier’s Awards for Indigenous Youth Excellence in Sport were presented last night to eight outstanding Indigenous youth athletes from British Columbia’s Vancouver Island Region. The Awards were presented during a formal celebration held at the Wei Wai Kum First Nation Thunderbird Hall in Campbell River, BC. Vancouver Island is the sixth and final of the Indigenous Sport, Physical Activity & Recreation Council’s (I·SPARC) six regions to honour Indigenous athletes through this unique province-wide awards program.Read More
2018/11/29 | Education |
NIC is adding two English courses with Indigenous perspectives to its January course offerings.Read More
Mental Health Advocates at Valley Secondary School are Finalists for the Chamber of Commerce Youth Rock Award
Comox Valley Schools learned that three young ladies leading the Comox Valley’s Jack.Org Chapter...Read More
The Comox Valley Amnesty Action Circle is standing up for human rights on International Human Rights Day, Dec. 10, from 4-6 pm at the Courtenay Library. The community is invited to join Amnesty International’s annual Write for Rights campaign. It is a global letter-writing campaign offering the public an opportunity to write on human rights issues and bring meaningful change to people and groups who need support to uphold their human rights. Last year, more than 5 million messages were sent to world leaders demanding human rights progress. This year, activists are aiming to replicate that success, focusing on critical human rights cases in countries where peoples’ rights are being violated and action is urgently needed.Read More
Learn more about Vancouver’s overdose epidemic in the 1990s and how it applies to today’s opioid crisis, from award-winning journalist and author Travis Lupick.
Lupick will deliver a multimedia presentation based on his latest book, Fighting for Space: How a Group of Drug Users Transformed One City’s Struggle with Addiction as part of NIC’s Write Here Readers Series Wednesday, Dec. 5 at 7 pm.Read More
The vote for BC’s official fossil is on now, and our very own marine reptile, Elasmosaur is in the running! Voting closes on November 23rd 2018.Read More
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