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  1. Courtenay Agrees to Donate Land to Habitat for Humanity
    The City’s recently adopted Official Community Plan (OCP) includes a goal of “Housing Choices for All,” and recommends partnership approaches to deliver and manage non- or below-market housing.

    September 2, 2022
  2. Saanich asks Residents to add Meaningful Trees and Natural Areas to Interactive Map
    The Community StoryMap provides background on two projects, allows for self-paced engagement and exploration, and enables users to identify places they value for biodiversity and the urban forest, as well as any threats and improvements needed.

    September 2, 2022
  3. Delta Celebrates Grand Opening of the Ladner Covered Multi-Sport Court
    The Ladner Covered Multi-Sport Court project was first identified in 2017, when a delegation by the Delta Lacrosse Association presented the idea to Delta’s Parks, Recreation and Culture Commission to allow for year-round seasonal play. With its direct benefit to the community, the project was approved by Mayor Harvie and Delta Council for funding in Delta’s Financial Plan.

    August 30, 2022
  4. New Wetland now Operational at Okanagan Falls Wastewater Treatment Plant
    The wetland was established to polish treated effluent from the WWTP, further reducing environmental risks beyond tertiary treatment potential. The WWTP discharges clean effluent, and now during the summer months, there is an additional one-third reduction of Nitrogen and Phosphorus loading to Okanagan River.

    August 30, 2022
  5. Peace River Regional District Adopts Cultural Safety Mission Statement
    The statement and accompanying graphic representation are a result of over a year-long collaboration between the Regional Board and Maugwa Clan Energy, and demonstrate a way forward to universal relationships, a way of being and setting the table for indigenous and non-indigenous peoples to work in good relationships for a prosperous future.

    August 25, 2022
  6. City of Surrey Breaks Ground on the Cloverdale Sport and Ice Complex
    The Cloverdale Sport & Ice Complex will include two National Hockey League sized arena sheets of ice, seating for 400 spectators, multi-purpose and community rooms, officials’ rooms, change rooms, and other amenities.

    August 25, 2022
  7. Call-To-Action: “Hate Has No Place” in Richmond
    Residents will soon begin seeing posters in City of Richmond facilities, such as libraries, community centres, and other highly visible locations. These posters will remind people that Hate Has No Place in Richmond, and will encourage victims and witnesses to report hate incidents to police directly.

    August 23, 2022
  8. RDCK to Purchase Land in Krestova for Regional Parkland
    The Regional District of Central Kootenay (RDCK) has entered into an agreement to purchase two parcels of private land totalling approximately 134 acres in Krestova, Electoral Area H, as regional parkland for use by regional residents and visitors.

    August 19, 2022
  9. North Cowichan Adopts Official Community Plan
    The OCP will guide decisions on community planning, growth management, housing, natural environment, food security and agriculture, local economy, and sustainable infrastructure.

    August 18, 2022
  10. Burnaby Adopts New Construction and Demolition Waste Bylaw
    Adoption of the new bylaw is the latest action the City is taking to implement the big moves identified in Burnaby’s 2020 Climate Action Framework.

    August 16, 2022
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