Provincial government passes Accessible BC Act!

Provincial government passes Accessible BC Act! Become familiar with the Accessible British Columbia Act that was recently passed. It is intended to make BC more inclusive for people with disabilities. The plain language summary of the act can be found here

Comox Valley Accessibility Committee looking for new members

The Comox Valley Accessibility Committee is looking for new members to join our committee. If you are interested in reducing barriers and making the Comox Valley an inclusive and accessible community for EVERYONE please join us. Contact comoxvalleysocialplanning@gmail.com to express your interest!

Brown Bag Lunch November 2, 2021 11:30 am

Comox Valley Social Planning Society’s Brown Bag Lunch will be held on Nov. 2 at 11:30 a.m. This networking meeting is an opportunity for organizations in the Comox Valley to share updates on the valuable work they are doing in our communities. Location to be determined closer to date.

New season, new assistant for Comox Valley Social Planning Society

  The Comox Valley Social Planning Society (CVSPS) has a new access and social planning assistant. Samantha McKieve is a fourth-year student at North Island College studying business management. She will provide assistance to the society and to the Comox Valley Accessibility Committee, which have recently signed a Statement of Intent to work together for […]

Congratulations to Living Wage Employers in the Comox Valley!

The Comox Valley Social Planning Society collaborates with Living Wage for Families (http://www.livingwageforfamilies.ca ) to calculate the Living Wage for Families for the Comox Valley.  The living wage is the amount that a family of four, two adults working full year, full time, need to earn to meet their expenses. For 2019 the living wage in […]

Youth Community Conversation

The COVID pandemic has presented unique challenges and opportunities for young people in the Comox Valley. This session was co-designed and co-facilitated with youth from our community as part of their school experience. To view the report click here