A green body of water shines behind tree branches at Bevan Trails.
The Bevan Trails along the Puntledge River carry one of many cherished watering holes in the Comox Valley. Photo by Lauren Kaljur/The Discourse
Vancouver Island

Comox Valley, what stories need to be told?

Tell us how the media can serve you better.
Lauren Kaljur June 9, 2021

Our teams at The Discourse Cowichan and The Discourse Nanaimo have been hearing that there’s a need for more in-depth local news coverage in the Comox Valley.

We want to know: Do you think the Comox Valley needs more in-depth journalism? What stories could a local reporter investigate that you would find valuable?

Fill out our short survey below. The information that you give us will inform our next steps.

We ask for your name and email so we can follow up if we have any questions. While we will be sharing some general information about what we hear from this survey, we won’t share your name, specific details or information publicly without your permission (more on our privacy policy here).

Comox Valley: Tell us what you think.

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