Take the time Vital Signs survey

Can you keep up with rising cost of housing and food rising in the Comox Valley?

  • Jun. 8, 2016 7:00 p.m.

Can you keep up with rising cost of housing and food rising in the Comox Valley? Can you find a good job in the area? Does the arts and culture scene in the Valley matter to you? How much is enough support for marginalized persons in our community?  Should we be doing more to protect our air and water quality?

Your opinion on these and many other issues affecting us in the Comox Valley region is needed.  An anonymous online survey is being conducted by the Comox Valley Community Foundation to determine what residents think about various issues.

The survey results will be used to inform the CV Community Foundation (and other organizations) about possible initiatives that are important to people here.

This survey is part of the larger Vital Signs program being conducted by the CVC Foundation in partnership with the United Way and the Social Planning Society, with the support of several sponsoring organizations, including the Rotary clubs of the Comox Valley.

Survey results will be part of the Vital Signs report to be released Oct. 4.

More detailed information about the full Vital Signs program can be found at the CVC Foundation’s website.

Help us help the Comox Valley regional community – take 10 minutes and do this vital survey. Go to www.cvcfoundation.org, click on the PARTICIPATE IN THE SURVEY link and make your opinion count.

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