Welcome to the Comox Valley Governance Review Task Force website

Thank you for taking the time to find out more about our group.

How do you feel about governance in the Comox Valley?

The Comox Valley Chamber of Commerce’s Governance Review Task Force is a group of citizens who are trying to foster dialogue and support in our communities for the purpose of petitioning the Provincial government for a study to examine local governance in our area. Our communities are growing and changing, and people seem to have many different views about what ‘should’ happen for our governance. We do not support any one view on what is ‘best’ because at this point we believe we simply don’t have enough information available to make informed choices. An independent study conducted by the Provincial Government will serve us all by shedding light on our strengths as well as our weaknesses, and help guide our growth into the future so we’ll continue to be a vibrant, sustainable and successful region.

Please add your name to the petition!  The petition form is available at the Comox Valley Chamber of Commerce office, located at 2040 Cliffe Ave, Courtenay.

You can also join the conversation by commenting on any of the stories in our Information and News section, or on our Facebook page.

Want to do more? Get involved!

This group is open to all Comox Valley residents, regardless of political affiliation or interests. We believe an independent governance study will serve everyone by supplying facts and insights with which we can make informed decisions about the future of our communities.  The issue of good governance is important to us all, and we welcome diversity.

If you are interested in finding out more about our group or would like to get involved, we would like to hear from you!  Please go to the Contact Us page and fill in the contact form, and we will respond to you by phone or email (at your preference).  We welcome input from anyone living in the our local communities, as we’re all stakeholders in the future of the Comox Valley.