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The minutes of the March 10, 2022 meeting of the CCA board of directors may be found here.
The minutes of the February 9, 2022 meeting of the CCA board of directors may be found here.
The Friends of Bowker Creek society has put on record in correspondence to the SD61 trustees the view that the trustees are proceeding to dispose of school property without legal authority to do so. As such, the FoBC have asked … Continue reading
The Union of British Columbia Municipalities (UBCM) has issued a report that looks at the pace and volume of housing construction within BC with respect to population growth in BC. The drastic and steady incease in house prices across BC … Continue reading
The local Times-Colonist has an article that speaks to Saanich council considering to allow 6 storey apartment heights in all apartment zoned properties. The need for more housing is well understood by all. How does this impact the area of … Continue reading
Abstract Development has made the recording of the Feb 24th , 2022 community meeting on their proposal for 3405 Shelbourne St. available for viewing. Please see the recorded session available at this link.
Community members opposed to the proposed sale of almost 2 acres of land from the south campus of Lansdowne Middle School have organized an event to focus the spotlight on this issue. Please join us on SUNDAY, MARCH 13th, 1:00 pm at Lansdowne south … Continue reading
Community members opposed to the proposed land sale by SD61 of almost 2 acres of the Lansdowne school south campus have issued a media release. On Feb 27 th , over 100 local residents gathered near the Lansdowne Middle School … Continue reading
Please attend our community’s family friendly rally to loudly and visibly tell School District 61 trustees that they should stop the proposed sale of almost 2 acres of the Lansdowne School South Campus that today is a natural area alongside … Continue reading
Residents of the neighbourhood and community near to the Lansdowne school south campus have started a petition to reinforce what we’ve heard from many people at SD61 board meetings: Please do NOT sell this school land. From the petitioners: Dear … Continue reading