Just a sample of the businesses who call Downtown Courtenay their home
The Comox District Teachers’ Association is a local of the BCTF whose work is to respond to members and their representatives by providing service, support, and communications in an accountable, empathetic and honest manner.
491C 4th St Courtenay, BC V9N 1G9
Comox Valley Teachers’ Association 71
Serving the Comox Valley an beyond since 1929. Over 80 years! Searle’s Shoes is not your ordinary shoe store. We carry a wide selection of quality shoes, sandals, boots, handbags and accessories that will add flair to your wardrobe and comfort to your feet! We are confident that we can fit any of your hard or unique foot problems. Our staff are dedicated to providing the correct fit and shoe for your foot! Whether its for work or day-to-day life, or for those formal occasions, we are sure we have something for you. Searle’s Shoes is Downtown Coutenay’s quality shoes store.
250 5th Street, Courtenay, British Columbia
The City of Courtenay is a culturally diverse, scenic city of approximately 22,500 people. Courtenay is on the east coast of Vancouver Island and located within the traditional lands of the K’ómoks First Nation. Find information about planning, operational, financial and community services, permits and licensing in Courtenay, BC.
830 Cliffe Avenue Courtenay, BC V9N 2J7
City of Courtenay
Founded as a summer retreat for the Vancouver Junior Symphony, the Comox Valley Youth Music Centre (CYMC) is now in its 43rd year and continues as British Columbia’s longest running music camp. Our mandate, to provide musical improvement and advancement to music students, is achieved primarily with the operation of the CYMC International Summer Youth Music School and Festival, a school for aspiring instrumentalists, singers and actors.
#204 580 Duncan Street Courtenay, BC V9N 2M7