Brian’s Story

Brian Tyacke considers himself a constant but flexible dreamer. He went to university for a long time pursuing a career in social sciences, studying criminology and doing front line work. While he felt it was fruitful for his soul, he also realized that it was something he didn’t want to do for a long time.

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Project Watershed Searches for Committed Individuals to Join the Board

Project Watershed has been around since 1993 – mapping and restoring habitat, creating educational materials, and conducting environmental research projects. In the last few years, Project Watershed has embarked on some large scale projects including the Kus-kus-sum initiative, which aims to raise $6.5 million for the acquisition and restoration of an abandoned sawmill, and the Coastal Restoration Plan, which guides habitat restoration from Oyster River to Fanny Bay over the next 4 years. As we expand our scope of work, we are looking to expand our Board of Directors.

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Comox Valley Water System under Emergency Stage 4 Water Restrictions from April 12 to 22

Users of the Comox Valley Water System will be under mandatory Stage 4 water restrictions from April 12th to the 22nd, 2019 while an emergency water pipe repair takes place. In order to maintain sufficient water flows for domestic and firefighting water needs, all use of water for any purpose other than drinking, food preparation and personal hygiene is prohibited during this time.

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Elevated Risk of Turbidity for Comox Valley Water System This Week

The Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) is alerting Comox Valley water system users that it will be moving to its backup pump station from March 18 to 29, 2019 while BC Hydro completes its annual spring maintenance on the penstock. The backup station is located further downstream than the primary withdrawal location and is more susceptible to poor water quality during weather events which commonly occur this time of year.

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