COVID 19 PANDEMIC RESPONSE: Originally scheduled for April, the Comox Valley 2020 Symposium was initially postponed to October when British Columbians were asked by the Provincial Health Officer to go into self-isolation and comply with physical distancing requirements when in group settings
Note to Reader:
The waterbucket.ca website is a living record of activities and outcomes resulting from initiatives implemented under the umbrella of the Water Sustainability Action Plan. In 2020, the COVID 19 pandemic changed everything and created a new reality for everyone on Planet Earth. Hence, an important part of the Partnership’s historical record is preserving for future reference articles such as the one below. Otherwise the story will be lost of how the three Comox Valley 2020 co-hosts responded and adapted over the course of a once-in-a-century event.
Have you heard about the Vancouver Island Symposia Series on Water Stewardship in a Changing Climate? Are you curious to learn more about the ‘convening for action’ process to improve where we live? Do you anticipate that you might wish to attend? If your answer to any of these questions is YES, then download a copy of the COMOX VALLEY 2020 BROCHURE to learn more!
Public Health Announcement: Comox Valley 2020 is postponed
“The directive from British Columbia’s Chief Medical Health Officer is to cancel events where more than 50 people would be attending. The anticipated registration for Comox Valley 2020 (CV20202) was trending to about 200. In light of that directive, the CV2020) has been postponed until October,” announced Paul Chapman, Chair of the Vancouver Island Water Stewardship Series, on March 16, 2020.
“We are pleased to announce that the organizing team has secured venue dates at the Filberg Centre. These are October 20-21-22. This will allow those who have already registered, as well as those who would like to attend, to plan accordingly. Our top priority is the health and safety of everyone who will be attending the event.