We believe that a healthy democracy can only survive when its citizens debate the critical issues of the day. This means we must have an on-going dialogue where we share our thoughts with our fellow citizens.
Towards that purpose World Community created a “magazine” style website where community groups from the Comox Valley and beyond could share their information and media relevant to local social justice, environmental and democracy issues.
This ongoing project created by World Community spotlights local community news, initiatives, and events. Click here to go to Tidechange.ca or have a look at the latest headlines below…
TideChange - Comox Valley News & Events
The Comox Valley's Centre for Community Action
Our job is to read the simplified versions that appear in magazines, newspapers and social media. We then have to learn how to translate the information into action. It is a trial and error learning process. Our communities must become learning communities.
The new Zamboni not only produces zero emissions but also will save approximately $6,000 annually compared to the older propane Zamboni.
“Working with LUSH Valley for the past 15 years, I recognize the need for a permanent and secure home for gathering, storing and redistributing local food”,
The post LUSH Valley Donor Gifts $10, 000 Towards Property Purchase In Central Courtenay appeared first on Tide Change.
In the spirit of summer fun, Project Watershed is holding a contest to see who can guess the number of full bins of metal that will come of the site. If you want to take a stab at estimating, email Caila.Holbrook@projectwatershed.ca, or post your guess to Instagram or Facebook with #metalrecycling and #kuskussum, by Friday June 23rd. The closest three guesses will win a $25 gift certificate from the Peninsula Co-op. If there are more than three correct guesses we will draw three names from those who have guessed correctly.
The YQQ Ambassador program has been in operation since before the current terminal was built, and some of
our dedicated volunteers have been serving since that time.
The post Comox Valley Airport Welcomes the YQQ Ambassadors Back appeared first on Tide Change.
Each year, secondary trades students work within their community at local companies, whether paid or
unpaid, to explore career pathways and gain valuable experience in the trades industry such as carpentry,
electrical, welding, fabrication, and mechanics.
The post Trades Students Succeed with Partnership from Valley Business Community appeared first on Tide Change.