by Scott Stanfield – Comox Valley Record; posted Sep 18, 2014 at 3:00 PM Courtenay council has approved a non-binding public opinion question about tax dollars and homelessness, to be asked at the Nov. 15 municipal elections. The vote — which will only be conducted if at least two Valley municipalities agree to participate — is […]
Philip Round/Echo Staff / Comox Valley Echo – August 14, 2014 Should local property taxes be used to help tackle homelessness in the Comox Valley? And if so, how much would you be willing to pay? Those could well be questions on upcoming civic election ballot papers in the biggest test of public opinion on the subject […]
Philip Round/Echo Staff / Comox Valley Echo Steps towards resolving the Maple Pool Campground controversy outside the courts are being taken by Courtenay City Council. Councillors are stressing it will take goodwill and clear commitments from all sides if its high-profile and highly-expensive legal action is to be ended and a compromise reached on the future […]
- Council approves homelessness ballot question September 22, 2014
- Vote planned on tax to tackle homelessness August 15, 2014
- ‘Positive meeting’ raises hopes of Maple Pool solution August 13, 2014
- Minister Bergen and Minister Duncan hold Stakeholder Roundtable on Affordable Housing in B.C. August 7, 2014
- City standing down on Maple Pool legal action August 1, 2014
- Zac Whyte’s Take on the CVHTF Forum on Affordable Housing and Homelessness November 9, 2013
- Forum on Homelessness and Affordable Housing in Courtenay will examine homelessness, other issues July 29, 2013
- Funding in Works To Assist Comox Valley Housing March 18, 2014
- Thirteen-year-old advocates with Courtenay council for homeless shelter March 12, 2013
- CVHTF Forum – Presenters’ Bios October 15, 2013
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- Zac Whyte films the Forum on Affordable Housing and Homelessness | TideChange: […] http://www.cvhousing.ca/zac-whytes-take-...