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  • Airlines
    Air Canada, West Jet, Pacific Coastal and Central Mountain Air all have flights into Comox Valley Airport.

    Bus
    IslandLink Express Bus provides transportation between most major communities on Vancouver Island.

    Public Transit
    There is a local bus service throughout Comox provided by BC Transit. Please check online for current fares and detailed schedules.

    Ferry Schedules
    BC Ferries provides service to Powell River. Please check online for current fares and detailed schedules.

    Car Rentals
    National and Enterprise are located at the Comox Valley Airport. National and Budget are located within Comox.

  • The Comox Valley Chamber of Commerce provides valuable information about the Comox community, relocation and local businesses.

    Banking
    Comox currently has a Royal Bank, Scotiabank, CIBC, TD Canada Trust and a Credit Union Central of BC.

    Schools
    Comox is in Comox Valley School District #71. It is also the home to a North Island College campus and a North Island Distant Education School campus.

    Aspen Park Elementary (K-6, 278 Students)
    2250 Bolt Avenue
    Comox, BC, V9M 4E7
    P: 250 890-0944 | F: 250 890-0966

    Brooklyn Elementary (K-7, 367 Students)
    1290 Guthrie Road
    Comox, BC, V9M 4G2
    P: 250 339-2232

    Ecole Robb Road (K-7, 485 Students)
    1909 Robb Avenue
    Comox, BC, V9M 2C9
    P: 250 339-6864 | F: 250 339-6871

    Gateway Academy (K-12, 115 Students)
    2085 Wallace Avenue
    Comox, BC, V9M 1W4
    P: 250 339-1200 | F: 250 339-1215

    Highland Secondary (8-12, 804 Students)
    750 Pritchard Road
    Comox, BC, V9M 3S8
    P: 250 339-5525 | F: 250 339-0832

    Comox Valley Visitor Centre
    100 – 3607 Small Road
    Courtenay, BC, V9N 2S0
    P: 250 344-3234 | TFP: 1 855 400-2882
    info@vivccomoxvalley.com

  • The Comox Valley Visitor Centre offers an 8-stop self-guided walk that includes boutiques, spas, and a stroll down Fisherman’s Wharf. Visit the Heritage Hanger at the Comox Air Force Museum to see a genuine WWII Y2K Spitfire aircraft. Finally, complete the walk with the sunset at The Goose Spit Regional Park.

    For the boating and fishing enthusiast, Comox is home to four marinas and the harbour is a great launching spot for some of the best salmon fishing in the world. Rentals are available but shore angling for salmon is popular from August to November. For those inclined, fish and seafood can be bought directly from the fishermen at the Comox Harbour Marina!

    Practice your swing at the Comox Golf Course, a challenging nine-hole course in the heart of downtown.

    The Filberg Festival in August features the best of BC arts and crafts at the famous Filberg Lodge. Hundreds of artists and performers attend the four-day festival to display their artwork and demonstrate their crafts.

    Nautical Days are held each year on the BC Day long weekend.

    Seal Bay Regional Nature Park on Bates Road is a BC Wildlife Watch viewing site where California and Steller sea lions, seals, and migratory birds hang out at this sunny stretch of coastline.

    Attend February’s week-long Trumpeter Swan Festival and discover why over 2,000 Trumpeter Swans spend their winter in the Comox Valley. Tours are available through participating farms.