Doug Hillian Seeking Re-election

Doug Hillian Seeking Re-election

Doug Hillian: "I’m pleased to let you know that I will be seeking re-election for a fourth term on Courtenay City Council and am hoping I can count on your support. Please check out my website and let me know what you think."
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Judi Murakami would encourage the City of Courtenay Council to address backyard issues and the bottom line of the ledger

Judi Murakami would encourage the City of Courtenay Council to address backyard issues and the bottom line of the ledger

Judi Murakami, an active senior volunteer, filed a City of Courtenay Councilor candidacy form Sept 5. Upon retiring to the Comox Valley after a busy career, Judi now has a breadth of local experience as a result of her service in many capacities. Her campaign presents a unique constellation of beneficial objectives.
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Comox Valley Sustainability Forum 2

Comox Valley Sustainability Forum 2

On October 20, voters in the Comox Valley will be electing mayors, councillors, school district board members and electoral area directors. Local government, be it in a village, town, city or electoral area, shapes the community it serves with its decision making. Therefore, it’s critical we ensure our elected officials adopt policies and bylaws that will form the basis for creating both a sustainable community and environment, not only for ourselves but for future generations.
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Kishi seeks re- election to Cumberland Council

Kishi seeks re- election to Cumberland Council

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.”
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MP Johns Invites Public to Discuss Solutions for Affordable Housing

MP Johns Invites Public to Discuss Solutions for Affordable Housing

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.
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Your Values, Your Choice, Your Guide to the Referendum

Your Values, Your Choice, Your Guide to the Referendum

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.
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The Trickle-Up Effect

The Trickle-Up Effect

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.
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What will appear on the Comox ‘information hub’ for Mack Laing Nature Park?

What will appear on the Comox ‘information hub’ for Mack Laing Nature Park?

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.
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The Trickle-Up Effect

What Are These Guys So Afraid Of?

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...

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