August 29, 2018

Dear editor,

I have been following with great interest the debate (or lack of) surrounding the proposed 46-unit social housing facility in Courtenay.

The majority of the voting public believes that this is a shared responsibility, a foundation of social responsibility, a...

August 29, 2018

Dear editor,

Mr. Brogan’s letter to the editor regarding growth in the Comox Valley (Is the Comox Valley growing too quickly? May 24) was thoughtfully put together; I think a lot of longtime residents, including myself, can wax poetic about the “good old days” when a tr...

August 29, 2018

Mr. Jangula’s comments regarding rental housing affordability, which simplify it to an issue of “supply and demand”, ignores the market mechanisms which are very much within municipal control. Onerous building regulations, slow building application turnaround times, an...

May 10, 2018

The Comox Valley has always been an eclectic group of municipalities, all sharing a common history, and very different personalities. As time has worn on, the physical divide has become less and less, but the different idiosyncrasies have remained. There is nothing wro...

May 10, 2018

It is good to hear a local politician waxing poetic about the days of a vibrant local industry in the Comox Valley. Unfortunately, those days are long gone, and we have now become a bedroom community for the newly minted house-rich refugees of the Lower Mainland.

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I have been following with great interest the debate (or lack of) surrounding the proposed 46-unit social housing facility in Courtenay.

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August 29, 2018

Dear editor,

Mr. Brogan’s letter to the editor regarding growth in the Comox Valley (Is the Comox Valley growing too quickly? May 24) was thoughtfully...

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August 29, 2018

Mr. Jangula’s comments regarding rental housing affordability, which simplify it to an issue of “supply and demand”, ignores the market mechanisms whi...

Market mechanisms within municipal control

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