Curious Comox Valley – What would you like answered?

  • Jun. 19, 2019 10:10 a.m.

It appears that Comox Valley residents have a lot on their mind – particularly a lot of questions which make them go hmm.

Thanks to a great response from readers, the editorial team of the Record had to narrow down the submitted questions for the third edition of The Curious Comox Valley.

Thank you to all who submitted questions. Below are three which represent a range of submitted questions. If your question didn’t make the voting process – don’t worry – there’s always next week!

Please select the question below which you would most like answered – the question which received the most votes will be answered next Thursday (August 1).

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Now Comox Valley, tell us what are you curious about?

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