The Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) advises that its unionized staff, represented by the United Steelworkers (USW) Union Local 1-1937, have voted in favour of a strike. USW employs 81 staff at the Comox Valley Sports and Aquatics Centres. The CVRD has been in negotiations and met for twelve days with USW since January 29, 2018 to address amendments to the Collective Agreement that expired on January 31, 2018.
Regional District CAO Russell Dyson says a Human Rights Tribunal settlement agreement entered into by the CVRD and Kabel Atwall includes a clause that Area C Director Edwin Grieve did not make any racist comments. Comox Valley Regional District Chief Administrative Officer Russell Dyson issued an official statement Tuesday, Oct. 30, in response to a lawsuit filed by 3L Developments,
The Immigrant Welcome Centre would like to invite you to its first Local Immigrant Partnership Collaboratory. British Columbia is currently the most ethnically diverse province in the country. Immigrants and newcomers provide enormous contribution to our communities, and have helped shape and form the Comox Valley that we call home. According to the Centre for International Governance Innovation in their 2017 report the Diversity Dividend, a 1% increase in ethnocultural diversity is associated with a 2.5% increase in organizational revenue in Canada.
Lake Trail Middle School has received official designation as a Community School. Staff at LTNC have been working closely with Lake Trail School administration, and School District administration to develop a partnership that will support this official designation from School District #71. What does this official designation mean? Well, many of the details are still being worked out, but to start it does mean that LTNC will receive some funding from the school district.
Telethon time is upon us again. On Sunday, November 4, 2018 the Comox Valley Child development Association (CVCDA) will host their 43rd Annual Children’s Telethon at the Sid Williams Theatre from 12 noon to 8 p.m. All proceeds support local children and their families. One of the highlights each year at the Telethon is the draw for the winner of the Deluxe Raffle
Dying’s not the easiest subject to talk about, but there’s a 100% chance it’s going to happen to you.
How can you make this journey better for yourself, your caregivers and your loved ones? The Comox Valley Hospice Society is urging people in our community to begin embracing this important topic over the upcoming holiday season by having a conversation about what matters most to you.
The Comox Valley Water Pollution Control Centre, which is located at 445 Brent Rd.in Comox, treats sewage (wastewater) from businesses and residences in Comox and Courtenay. Learn More & Help Plan the Future Sewer Service in Courtenay and Comox The public is...
In front of an excited crowd, Marcelle Moose of MNP drew the winning ticket for the Comox Valley Hospice Society (CVHS) 4th Annual Ultimate fifty/50 raffle on Friday evening at the Kingfisher Resort and Spa. The winning ticket holder, James Maxwell, jubilantly expressed his disbelief and excitement on the 8 pm phone call saying, “We never win anything—we just donate,” noting they had purchased their tickets at Canadian Tire.
Unofficial results from the 2018 local government elections conducted by the Comox Valley Regional District.