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Courtenay achieves national climate milestone through OCP update

Courtenay achieves national climate milestone through OCP update

The City of Courtenay is among 25 municipalities across Canada to complete an intensive climate action pilot project, charting a course to new climate-friendly goals in the city’s Official Community Plan (OCP) – and establishing Courtenay as national and international leader on local climate action.

CVRD EOC Covid 19 Update

CVRD EOC Covid 19 Update

A message from Jesse Ketler, Cumberland Councillor, Chair of CVRD Board & spokesperson for the Regional Emergency Operations Centre for the Comox Valley, providing a community update on COVID-19

Union Bay Unofficial Referendum Results

Union Bay Unofficial Referendum Results

The unofficial Referendum result for the following question: Are you in favour of dissolving the Union Bay Improvement District and converting to Comox Valley Regional District local service areas?
418 – yes, 159 – no. Out of a total of 557 votes, 72% are in favour.
Once the Declaration has been filed by the the Returning Officer the official results will be posted online.

Fifth Street Bridge AAP Complete: Borrowing to Proceed for Upgrades

Fifth Street Bridge AAP Complete: Borrowing to Proceed for Upgrades

The unofficial results are in for the Fifth Street Bridge Rehabilitation Alternative Approval Process (AAP). 52 elector response forms were received by the November 16, 2020 deadline. The number of eligible Courtenay electors was 20,162. As fewer than 10 percent of eligible electors registered their opposition, the City of Courtenay may proceed with borrowing $3.4 million to rehabilitate the bridge next year.

The Rainbow Crosswalk

The Rainbow Crosswalk

So proud of the statement Courtenay City Council has made with our Pride crosswalk. In these times of bigotry and discrimination we need to stand up for all members of our community to make sure we are all treated equally.