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Comox

(ˈkəʊmɒks)
n
(Peoples) a member of a Salishan Native Canadian people living on Vancouver Island
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An' ut was ot Comox, takun' un bunker coal, I got the letter from the owners.
'Twas at Portland, loadun' cargo un fresh watter an' goin' tull Comox tull load bunker coal un salt watter.
After loadun' ot Portland I hod tull take on suxty tons o' coal tull last me tull Comox. The charges for lighterun' was heavy, an' no room ot the coal dock.
A $2.4-billion contract was awarded, which includes the acquisition of the aircraft, the construction of a new training facility at Comox, B.C., as well as the first five years of support and maintenance.
Managers of Vancouver Island, Canada-based The Comox Valley Airport said that the facility served more than 327k passengers in 2012, the highest in its history.
After spending six weeks of sailing at either Kingston, Alouette, Comox or Cornwallis, the top sailors of each region pour into CORK, the Canadian Olympic Regatta Kingston, a world-renown sailing facility.
Caption: MIDDLE: A CF-18 and Nieuport 11 on the tarmac at 19 Wing Comox during work ups, summer 2016.
The airline is launching new non-stop flights to Mexico from Moncton, Toronto, Montreal, Hamilton, Winnipeg, Regina, Saskatoon, Kelowna, Prince George, Abbotsford, Victoria and Comox. WestJet already operates non-stop services to Mexico from Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Ottawa and Halifax.
TEAM SPARTAN ANNOUNCED it will put its training facility for the fixed-wing search and rescue (FWSAR) program at 19 Wing in Comox, BC, as well as assembling a Canadian-based team that will build and oversee the training and support for the C-27J if the aircraft is chosen by the government for the program.