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Comox Valley Council of Canadians September 2017 e-newsletter
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Comox Valley Council of Canadians &
Watershed Sentinel present

Book Tour & Signing with
Author, Joyce Nelson

 
"Always cutting edge, Joyce Nelson has penned a chilling dissection of the hidden-in-plain-view takeover of Canada by the global economic elite and their Banksters ... Unfortunately, this isn't fiction but reality, the sober blunt truth that politicians and the mainstream media spin and hide."  John Stauber, Toxic Sludge is Good for You

When: Wednesday, September 27
Where: Stan Hagen Theatre - North Island College - Courtenay
Time: 7:00 pm      Doors: 6:30 pm

Donations will be accepted

Nelson will also be reading exclusive excerpts from her upcoming book slated for release this winter, in which she provides an update on the resistance around the world to issues outlined in Beyond Banksters. Further details here
Labour Day Family Picnic
Monday September 4, 12 - 3 pm

 
       
                                        Everyone Welcome!  
Halbe Hall, 8369 Island Hwy North,
Black Creek
The Campbell River, Courtenay & District Labour Council invites you to join in the fun and meet the friendly folks who work and volunteer in our communities.

          FREE Labour Day Picnic for the whole family includes:        
   Barbecued salmon & hot dogs   
Corn, salads, juice & watermelon
Live music, jugglers, face painting, bouncy castle & more!
Performing artist Jilli Martini

Sunday, September 24 - 11:00 am to 3:00 pm
Comox Valley Sustainable Project

 
From burgeoning organic farms to "do-it-yourself" roof top solar hot water generation, people all over the Valley are enthusiastically adapting to the challenge of building a more sustainable community.
Come out to see some of the inspiring ways local residents are creating a more sustainable Comox Valley. The printable Sustainable Sunday Cycling Guide will be available mid-September on their website. 
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