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1 Comox Valley stem cell transplant patient takes government to task
2 BC VOTES 2020: BC NDP candidate Ronna-Rae Leonard hoping to serve Courtenay-Comox for a second term
3 Cumberland backs request to save B.C.’s old-growth forests
4 Courtenay-Comox election night results: NDP’s Ronna-Rae Leonard declared winner
5 BC ELECTION: NDP, Liberals, only parties with candidates in Comox Valley ridings (UPDATED) – Comox Valley Record
6 B.C. contributes $650K to restore Vancouver Island watershed, First Nation burial site
7 B.C. election 2020: Courtenay-Comox results
8 2020 B.C. election: Courtenay-Comox candidates and riding profile
9 Previous story Courtenay-Comox candidates face off in online debate
10 Courtenay-Comox and Parksville-Qualicum: In a tight race, seniors care could matter
11 BC bridges funding gap to purchase abandoned mill site
12 LETTER – How much are we paying our Courtenay-Comox MLA to represent us in Victoria? – BC Local News
13 Rally for old-growth forest set for downtown Courtenay – BC Local News
14 Citizens march in Courtenay in name of old-growth rainforests
15 Comox Valley student creates project addressing intolerance and bigotry in our community
16 Comox Valley protesters send message over old-growth logging
17 2020 Year in Review: October
18 Courtenay’s Kus-kus-sum project getting funding boost from province
19 LETTER – Old-growth logging protests are not anti-logging protests – BC Local News
20 LETTER – BC government is all talk, no action when it comes to old-growth forest – BC Local News
21 B.C. Liberals fall short of majority following final vote count
22 Six Vancouver Island communities and organizations receive overdose response grants
23 Courtenay-Comox race could prove close again, says prof – Cowichan Valley Citizen
24 Provincial candidates set for Comox Valley races
25 Courtenay Airpark getting upgrades
26 K’omoks First Nation to receive $472,000 for flood mitigation project
27 Island Health signs working agreement to turn former Comox hospital into a ‘dementia village’
28 ALR land surveyed for Highway 19A widening without consultation: farmer – Comox Valley Record
29 Numerous Comox Valley projects get economic recovery grant injection – Vancouver Island Free Daily
30 Comox Valley Transition Society receives $300,000 from province
31 Long-term care facility coming to Courtenay
32 What will John Horgan's next cabinet look like?
33 Comox Valley joins Forest March BC
34 Vancouver Island teen releases ‘devastating’ exploration of local hatred
35 BC 2021 budget consultation opens
36 BC Election: Interactive map of how the province voted last time | CTV News
37 Long Beach Airport receives $431K grant – BC Local News
38 New homes for women leaving violence now open in Courtenay
39 2019 Comox Valley Year in Review: April
40 Comox Valley Decries 'Extinction Level' Logging
41 Province delivers $650K in bridge funding to Kus-kus-sum project
42 Safe seniors, strong communities during COVID-19
43 Powell River organization receives provincial funds to combat racism
44 Multiple anti-pipeline rallies held across B.C.
45 Safety enhancements coming to Ryan Road in Courtenay
46 Valley residents take a stand on old-growth logging – BC Local News
47 New road connection between Headquarters and Piercy opens today
48 Who's lined up for Island races in the B.C. election
49 Courtenay councillor seeks NDP nomination in new riding
50 Courtenay-Comox BCNDP celebrates change in government at AGM
51 Courtenay protesters rally to support Wet’suwet’en
52 B.C. Votes 2017: Courtenay-Comox riding profile
53 Vancouver Island candidates in the 2020 B.C. provincial election
54 56 affordable housing units coming to Courtenay | CTV News
55 Premier breaks ground on Courtenay long-term care facility
56 New safe homes open for women leaving violence in Courtenay
57 Not a single case of COVID-19 on Vancouver Island – Victoria News
58 BC looks to attract global business people to its smaller cities – Surrey Now-Leader
59 Immigration pilot program intends to grow economies
60 Stop 'renovictions,' BC housing task force says – Surrey Now-Leader
61 Nearly 40 per cent of MLAs elected in B.C. election are women
62 Living wage drops in the Comox Valley
63 Comox Valley support 'unbelievable' after fire at Courtenay thrift shop
64 Province asks for input on improved ferry service throughout the southwest B.C. coast
65 46-unit supportive housing project opens in Courtenay – Comox Valley Record
66 B.C. boosts seniors care beds for Comox Valley
67 New playground coming to Comox elementary
68 None of B.C.'s major parties has candidates listed for all 87 ridings
69 Island community to add 10 more electric vehicle stations – Victoria News
70 Major renovations planned for Washington Inn Apartments in Courtenay
71 Valley government leaders meet with students to hear climate demands
72 Heritage City benefits from BC Government long-term care bed announcement
73 $295,000 coming to Vancouver Island and Sunshine Coast for wildfire prevention
74 Senior’s care overseas sale a question for the feds: health minister
75 Vancouver Island getting new, government-funded 'dementia village' | Urbanized
76 New $37.3 million TRU nursing building officially opened
77 BC VOTES 2020: Liberal businessman Brennan Day vows strong representation for Courtenay-Comox
78 Comox Valley Students 'Stand up, Fight Back' for Climate Action
79 Premier John Horgan’s deputy to probe B.C. salmon health research
80 School District 71 receives $105,000 for new accessible playground at Courtenay Elementary
81 Courtenay officially welcomes 46 supportive housing units
82 Wachiay Friendship Centre takes possession of building
83 Lake Trail Middle School getting major seismic upgrade, child care centre
84 Lake Trail Middle School to receive massive seismic facelift
85 Former Courtenay councillor dies in sleep
86 Courtenay resident requests Nuisance Abatement Bylaw
87 Valley rally stands in solidarity with pipeline protestors
88 First Nation artist's persistence gets hummingbird gift to Dr. Henry
89 VIDEOS: Comox Valley celebrates grand opening of L'Arche I Belong Centre – Campbell River Mirror
90 Here are 14 ridings that could determine the B.C. election
91 Who's running B.C. now? The election and minority government explained
92 Province funding new tech program at North Island College
93 Lake Trail to be seismically upgraded
94 Hwy 19 to be closed for Sonic movie – BC Local News
95 Province announces new school for Hornby Island; $27 million in upgrades to Lake Trail
96 Affordable rental housing complex opens in Courtenay
97 Mental health supports coming for Comox Valley students
98 Canadians asked to wear non-medical face masks to protect others
99 Routine pathology tests still conducted locally: Island Health – BC Local News
100 Scenes for Sonic the Hedgehog movie set to be filmed on Highway 19 next fall