The CV Collective is a lifestyle magazine showcasing the uniquely diverse and eclectic beauty of the Comox Valley in the heart of Vancouver Island. Covering arts, culture, sport and recreation the CV Collective is a locally minded publication with an island outlook celebrating the best our region has to offer.

 

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28

Memories In Mud

Words By Terry McKall
Photos By Jenn Dykstra
A look at the work of the Comox Valley Community Arts...
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Oct

30

Get Out There

Words & Photos By Al Adams
My first experience hunting was with my dad. Over the years I've made many great hunting buddies,...
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Oct

25

Get Outta Town: Port Alberni

Words By Kama Money
Photos By Sarah Etoile
Port Alberni is no stranger to overcoming adversity. In 1964, a powerful tsunami flooded homes,...