These days, when he’s in a reflective mood, Jon Page looks up from the cannabis plants in his Vancouver laboratory and wonders if he subconsciously saw it coming. “It” being the frenzied corporate rush to capitalize on Canada’s legalization of recreational cannabis that has made him wealthy.Read More
Join the Comox Valley Child Development Association (CVCDA) on Wednesday December 5, 2018, from 4pm-6pm, when they host the Grand Opening of the Comox Valley Autism Centre. The Centre, located at 237 – 3rd Street in Courtenay, will be open to the public for the first time for tours, light refreshments and an official Ribbon Cutting Ceremony with Courtenay Mayor, Bob Wells.Read More
Cumberland Recreation is continuing its collaboration with BC Recreation and Parks Association (BCRPA) and the University of British Columbia’s Active Aging Research Team to offer two free programs to encourage seniors to get up, get out and get active in 2019. Choose to Move and ActivAgeTM are free for anyone 65 years and older, who are not currently active, but want get moving.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
How does health influence housing? How does housing influence health? At the last Comox Valley Community Health Network forum housing was identified as a top priority and since the Comox Valley Coalition to End Homelessness already exists in the community to plan, coordinate, recommend and implement community responses to homelessness the two organizations have decided to collaborate and join forces to host drop-in open houses for people to learn more. The open houses will be hosted on October 17th from 5-7 pm at the Cumberland Council chambers, October 18th 4:30-6:30 pm in the Lewis Centre lobby and October 25th from 9-11am in the Comox Recreation Centre lobby.Read More
The Comox Valley Community Health Network will be holding drop in open houses. The CVCHN, formed in 2018, brings together a wide variety of people to take action on issues that impact well-being and health in the Comox Valley. It is a forum for our community to identify, prioritize and take collaborative action to make improvements on determinants of health. It focuses on areas for change that require the involvement of multiple people, groups and organizations to develop and
The Comox Valley Community Health Network is pleased to announce that Lindsay McGinn has been hired as the Facilitator for the network. The Comox Valley Community Health Network, formed in 2018, brings together a wide variety of people to take action on issues that impact well-being and health in the Comox Valley. We focus on areas for change that require the involvement of multiple people, groups and organizations to develop and implement solutions. The network is open to anyone who lives and/or works within the Comox Valley Regional District. Lindsay will provide leadership for the network by working with the community, including the network Coordinating Circle and Action Teams to build the capacity of the network and move it forward.Read More
2018/09/05 | Health |
The Sound & Energy Healing Circle meets once a month at my home in South Courtenay . . . We discuss and share our journey with healing, enjoy a Sacred Sound meditation, learn self-help, practice and receive sessions with each other, and socialize over raw vegan refreshments.Read More
The Comox Valley Scottish Dancing Society, will kick off its 2018-1019 season and open two FREE introductory classes to the public. September 10 and October 1. No kilt or partner are required, just a desire to enjoy yourself.
The Comox Valley Scottish Country Dancing Society meets in fall and winter at 7:30-9:30pm at the Comox United Church Hall (corner of Comox Ave. and Beach Drive.) ( Teenagers between 13 and 16 should be accompanied by an adult).Read More
2018/08/24 | Health |
Kick the bucket. Buy the farm. Pushing up daisies. Whatever you want to call death — many of us are uncomfortable talking about it. But could we actually benefit from confronting our mortality head on? For most of us, we want time, and lots of it, to live on this earth. However, more and more people are realizing that actually talking about death can add value to life.Read More
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