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Honouring Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

Honouring Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

The Comox Valley continues to honour and remember Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. In 2015, Walking With Our Sisters - K’ómoks opened its door to the community to experience a traveling memorial art installation honouring Missing and Murdered...

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Investing in girls is an investment in the future

Investing in girls is an investment in the future

The Comox Valley Girls’ Group just got a boost from the Canadian Women’s Foundation that will help better prepare girls to become future leaders in our community. CV Girls’ Group is a free, CVTS-run program designed to increase girls’ positive connection to community,...

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Building community one yoga class at a time

Building community one yoga class at a time

The Comox Valley is filled with community-minded individuals who continue to think of and support others, even when a pandemic has turned their world upside down, and Catherine Reid is one of those people. Catherine Reid is a yoga instructor who has been teaching in...

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New partnership builds community in a pandemic

New partnership builds community in a pandemic

PHOTO: Current Environmental Partners Rupert Wong (left) and Warren Fleenor practice social distancing with extra big cheque presentation to CVTS Executive Director Heather Ney.Despite global trauma and tragedy, COVID-19 reveals an occasional silver lining. We have...

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Thrift Store come-back, round 2!

Thrift Store come-back, round 2!

On June 1st, Too Good To Be Threw will open its doors to the community once again! The Puntledge Road store will open to the public on Monday, though the 5th Street Store will remain closed at this time. This is the second time in a year and a half that the thrift...

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COVID-19 and continued services at CVTS

COVID-19 and continued services at CVTS

While we continue to navigate the shifting landscape of COVID-19 and our response to the needs of the community, Comox Valley Transition Society is committed to increasing our communications to ensure you are informed of the services available to you, and that you...

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COVID-19 Pandemic Notice

 

As we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, the health of our staff, volunteers, clients and visitors continue to be our priority while at the same time recognizing that the services CVTS offers are essential. We continue to take our direction from the provincial health office and WorksafeBC.

Our office is open and we have begun to see clients on site, although other options are still available. We will be screening when you arrive and require you to wear a mask while in our offices.

If you have an appointment or are visiting our office for another reason we ask that you do not attend the site and reschedule your appointment if you have:

any symptoms of illness or have been exposed to someone who is going for COVID-19 testing, waiting results of a COVID-19 test or is infected with COVID-19.

Thank you for your patience and cooperation as we work to keep our community healthy.