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The cool you seek!

The cool you seek!

Ice Cream and Coffee in the uptown plaza. Come and enjoy our delicious coffee, roasted by Aroma Coffee on Quardra Island. You wont be disappointed!

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SD#84 Community Consultation Meeting Notice


Notice to all Parents, Students, Staff, and Community Members
of School District 84 (Vancouver Island West)



The public is invited to attend the upcoming Community Consultation Meeting
on either February 22nd or February 23rd from 6:30-8:00 pm by Zoom.


Topics of Discussion

COVID – safety, challenges and opportunities
District Education Framework – equity and achievement
Budget 2021/2022
District Facilities Consultation:
Captain Meares Elementary Secondary School redesign
Ray Watkins Elementary/Gold River Secondary amalgamation
Questions and Feedback

You are encouraged to participate in this meeting.

To register, please contact amcdowell [at] viw [dot] sd84 [dot] bc [dot] ca.

Temporary Noon Hour Supervisor Position Available




Effective until the return of the incumbent or June 30, 2021, whichever comes first.
Wage is $20.31 per hour plus 7% in lieu of benefits and 4% in lieu of vacation.
For more information, please contact

Annie McDowell at amcdowell [at] viw [dot] sd84 [dot] bc [dot] ca.

Deadline to apply: 4 pm, January 27th.

Dirk Marinus Zand III Obiturary

Dirk Marinus Zand III 

January 26,1945 – December 17, 2020 

The sudden passing of our Dad is hard to report. 

The eldest son of the Zand family is survived by his 2 kids Jonathan (Bonnie) and Clarissa (Cody), his 3 grandkids (Emma, Margo, Milo), his 7 siblings (Bea, Inese, Julius, Lena, Edmund, Teresia, David and their respective families), and his close friends. 

 Dad was dedicated to family, community, and getting out on adventures. He made Kyuquot his home; raising his family, teaching highschool, and retiring there. Biking, sailing, and camping trips were his idea of a perfect vacation. Dad had a love for music and he was a natural DIY guy. His resourcefulness and generosity meant he was always ready to lend a hand. 

 We mourn the accident that took you from us,
but we are thankful for the love and memories we did share. 

A celebration of life will be held when safe to gather. 
Arrangements entrusted to Comox Valley Funeral Home, Courtenay, BC, 250-334-0707.

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