Roger Kishi is seeking re- election to Cumberland Council in the local government elections on October 20, 2018. Kishi was first elected to Cumberland Council in November 2011, and re- elected in November 2014.
“I look forward to continuing to serve the residents of Cumberland on Council,” says Kishi. “I believe that my experience, knowledge and commitment can serve the Village in to the future.”
COURTENAY – MP Gord Johns (Courtenay-Alberni) has invited local residents to join him and local housing advocates for a public discussion on solutions for affordable housing at the Florence Filberg Centre, 411 Anderton Ave, on Wednesday, Sept 5 at 7:00pm.
“In Courtenay-Alberni, one out of every four people struggle to afford a place to call home, and that’s far too many,” said Johns.read more
Do you want more information about BC’s referendum that will be coming to your mailbox this fall? Do you want to clarify your own position about the choices? Or are you just plain confused?
Here’s your opportunity to clear up all the buzz around this electoral reform referendum.read more
As a child of the sixties, I remember the significant role regular people played, who mobilized at the grassroots, in changing the course of history. Think Canadian efforts in the Peace Movement, the Women’s Movement, and the Environmental Movement.
Some big names and well-known faces are associated with each movement, but, we now think of as movements would have been nothing but blips on the historical screen without the discontent, the righteous indignation and the lay-their-freedom-on-the-line action of the nameless and faceless many.read more
On August 7, 2018, the Town of Comox issued a news release about an online information hub ( http://comox.ca/modx/assets/uploads/News_Release_1.pdf ) for residents "to learn more about the Mack Laing property and its history", though the information about the property...read more
Last Saturday at Courtenay’s Downtown Market Days, I was out in the crowd talking with various people about proportional representation and handing them a half-page information sheet.
Some people stopped to talk. They wanted more information.
Others walked right by and said they had already made up their minds. That’s fine.
Still others saw me coming and changed their destination enough to avoid me. That’s fine, too.read more
The Comox Valley Chapter of the Council of Canadians welcomes agrologist and author Wendy Holm to Courtenay on Wednesday, July 11, to discuss her latest and critically acclaimed book, Damming the Peace – The Hidden Costs of the Site C Dam.read more
While instructing at North Island College in Courtenay, I was assigned to teach an English 115, which is that basic composition class that all entering first-year students must take. The English Department encouraged instructors to create themes for those classes.read more
Murakami’s newest venture is running for council for the City of Courtenay. She’s looking forward to applying the skills she learned as a social worker, a safety advisor and a quality assurance consultant for long-term care for the benefit of the city.read more