Youth Media Project

The Youth Media Project is a program for community action through media involving 9 participants between the ages of 16 – 30. For 12 weeks youth work as a team to create videos expressing their visions for change in the Comox Valley, and are connected with job placements in the Valley.

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Ted X Comox Valley

Created in the spirit of TED’s mission, “ideas worth spreading,” the TEDx program is designed to give communities, organizations and individuals the opportunity to stimulate dialogue through TED-like experiences at the local level. Imagine Comox Valley and the people involved produce  Tedx events in the Comox Valley.

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Car Free Sunday

Downtown Courtenay

Car Free Sunday 2015 Featured:

Live music, Sidewalk Chalk Art, Outdoor Brunch, Bike decorating, Bouncy Castle, Face Painting and lots of fun, family oriented activities!

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Duncan Avenue Commons

The Duncan Avenue Task Force is a DCBIA led initiative championing the establishment of a “Pedestrian Plaza” along a short segment of Duncan Avenue between 5th and 6th Street. This Plaza would be a home for community and celebration in Downtown Courtenay.

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Who We Are

Imagine Comox Valley is a registered not-for-profit organisation comprised of a group of Comox Valley individuals who have taken on the mission to achieve the legislative and regulatory changes required to ensure a sustainable future for the Comox Valley.

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Champion a project of your own

Imagine Comox Valley relies on the creative contributions of “Project Champions” who imagine an idea, animate it, and implement it! Project Champions can be individuals, groups, or organizations.

Tell us about your idea...

The organisation focuses on 4 major events as a means to stimulate and inspire Comox Valley residents

Recent News & Events

Ride the Bus and Win $500 with In2Transit

Riding the bus this summer was even more rewarding than usual for many people in the Comox Valley, due to the In2Transit promotion run by the Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD). During July and August over 40 bus riders won prizes valued at $50 or more. Brian...

The CVAG Youth Media Project Presents: Create to Inspire

  An Evening of Video Works by Comox Valley Youth   Saturday September 5 Stan Hagan Theatre, North Island College Doors at 6pm, Films start at 7pm - Free Admission   Each year the Comox Valley Art Gallery brings together a cohort of emerging filmmakers...

Be a Game-Changer With the Council of Canadians

[et_pb_section][et_pb_row] In the last federal election nearly two out of every three young people did not vote. If more of us vote in the 2015 election, we can be the Game-Changers no one saw coming!