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Throughout the month of May over 25 local community groups will collaborate to bring our community public events and service specific trainings as we learn together about how to best build resilience in our children, our families, and our community. We are grateful to The Comox Community Foundation for the generous support of our collaborative efforts.
Premiers, mayors, senior intelligence and military officials and a handful of Canadian journalists are now banned from entering Russia following the latest round of sanctions announced by President Vladimir Putin’s regime.
A fantastic morning spent at the Old Farm Market during their grand opening. A great addition to downtown Courtenay
In this post you can find the YouTube link from the Comox Valley Stands with Ukraine event that was organized by Stefan Szkwarek and Sviatoslav Pylypchuk. Thanks to all that showed up today and showed your support. Please donate however you can.
It’s cold out there. And we are going to do something about it. Join Michelle Staples and Bob Wells as they discuss The Coldest Night Of the Year Fundraiser for 2022. Together with thousands of Canadians across the country, they’ll be walking and fundraising to support people and families experiencing homelessness, hurt, and hunger in their community.
Mayor Bob Wells talks about Courtenay’s Official Community Plan Update and encourages everyone to take a look at the draft plan and provide feedback by Tuesday, March 8th. Principles of reconciliation, community well-being, equity and climate action guide the plan. For details visit courtenay.ca/OCPupdate
Join us on February 14th to honor the lives of missing and murdered women at our 8th Annual Women’s Memorial March starting at the Comox Valley Art Gallery and ending at Simms Park on the unceded territory of the K’omoks and Pentlatch peoples.
New public washroom is available as of December 24th 2021.
The City of Courtenay is working on plans to open a large riparian meadow on the banks of the Puntledge River to the public
Mobility in the Comox Valley
On behalf of Rabbi Bentzi I’m inviting our community to Courtenay City Hall this Sunday at 5:30 for the Annual Communal Menorah Lighting.
Due to the current pandemic, the City of Courtenay's council meetings will continue to be held virtually until further notice. Financial Services Reports: Water fund Sewer Fund Solid Waste Fund
November 26th 2021 is the Day of Recognition for Survivors of Financial Abuse and Economic Injustice
National Indigenous Veterans Day occurs annually on November 8
The Comox Valley Child Development Centre Telethon is such an important fundraiser. I know every year I look forward to participating, bidding, and raising money to help such an amazing cause!
It was February of 2007, Michelle and Bob Wells were excitedly awaiting the arrival of their twins, Megan and Connor, who were expected to stay safe on the inside for a few more months
City of Courtenay Council has approved an option for temporary emergency shelter in response to an overnight fire on Tuesday October 19 at the Travelodge Courtenay Hotel at 2605 Cliffe Avenue that displaced approximately 30 residents.
The water treatment plant is complete!
The white plastic containment system on the bridge will soon come down completing the coating phase of the project in the classic green lead free paint. Focus will then shift to the final phase of rehabilitation work - deck repairs. Unfortunately, as a result of...
Due to the current pandemic, the City of Courtenay's council meetings will continue to be held virtually until further notice.
Due to the current pandemic, all City of Courtenay's meetings will continue to be held virtually until further notice.
October 4- 8 is officially Cadet Week!
Update on Waste Collection.
Canada will be heading to the polls in September.
Did you know you can have a free FireSmart evaluation for your home and property?
The Comox Valley Water System will move to Stage 3 water restrictions beginning Monday August 16, 2021.
Get to know our strategic drivers, and learn about the services we provide.
The City of Courtenay has declared a residential home a “nuisance property,”
There is an upcoming Public Hearing.
I am proud to support such an incredible cause that brings so much value to our community members. You Are Not Alone!