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Time to love your library

Staff at the Courtenay Branch of the Vancouver Island Regional Library want to feel your love.
Donations aid fish hatcheries

Donations aid fish hatcheries

Two salmon enhancement hatcheries on Vancouver Island received a much-needed boost recently from a local business.
Safeway lives up to its name as new Safe Harbour

Safeway lives up to its name as new Safe Harbour

The Creative Employment Access Society has welcomed the local Safeway store to the national Safe Harbour: Respect for All program.

Laundry Project visiting Seeds

This Thursday from 3 to 5 p.m., Cumberland Community School Society Environment Club members will be at Seeds Food Market as a part of the ongoing Laundry Project.
Immigrants learning

Immigrants learning

Immigrant newcomers to the Comox Valley participated in Literacy Week recently by touring the Comox Air Force Museum to learn about the heritage and history of CFB Comox.

Religions explored in book

In a world where religious communities are increasingly at odds and clashes of civilizations are rumoured, an educator and author is promoting the unity of religions through a pioneering new book.

Yoga discussed as pain remedy

The Comox Valley Chronic Pain Support Group hosts a talk and demonstration Feb. 15, with Clare Blanchflower, a Courtenay-based holistic natural health practitioner, yoga instructor and educator.

School sharing information

Saltwater School, the Comox Valley’s only Waldorf-inspired education, will hold an information and registration evening next week.
SMILING SENIORS

SMILING SENIORS

Animals supported

Animal lovers are invited to the Courtenay Airpark this Sunday to show support for tougher penalties and laws for animal cruelty.