SALTAIR COMMUNITY MEETING WITH HOST MP PAUL MANLY

Nanaimo-Ladysmith MP Paul Manly is hosting a non-partisan community meeting at:

Saltair Community Centre
Friday, March 6th from 7:00 to 8:30pm.

Paul will give a brief report on his recent work in Ottawa, and then open the floor for questions on any federal issue. All community members are invited to attend.

These community meetings are scheduled twice a year throughout the riding of Nanaimo-Ladysmith. They are part of Paul’s commitment to being an accessible and accountable federal representative. More dates and locations are listed on Paul’s website at https://www.paulmanlymp.ca/events.

One question we are frequently asked is, “How is this a non-partisan event?” The answer is that Paul is there to report on his work as MP, not to talk about the Green Party. There will be no Green Party signage or literature on display at this MP hosted event. We believe it is very important that everyone feel comfortable in the meeting space, so they can hear from their MP and ask questions that are important to them.

Laurie MacMillan
Communications Coordinator
Office of MP Paul Manly

2nd Annual Saltair Seedy Sunday March 8th

Join us for the 2nd Annual Saltair Seedy Sunday!

March 8th, 2020 at 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saltair Community Centre
3850 South Oyster School Road

Vendors please contact 250-606-1515 for a table

There will be: Plants, Seeds, Planters, Mulch, Compost, Bees, Honey, Jam, and so much more!

Live Music!!! Wear your dancin’ shoes!

If you have plants that you would like to exchange or sell, please let us know. You are welcome!

Please bring a reusable cup if you would like tea or coffee

Please bring a donation for the Neighborhood House Food Bank

Hosted by the Saltair Community Society
www.saltaircommunitycentre.ca

 

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Important Public Meeting CVRD Harmonized Plan

The CVRD is harmonizing and modernizing its Official Community Plan, and we want to hear from you!

The CVRD began this process by “harmonizing” our existing electoral area OCPs into one Regional OCP and is now moving towards modernizing that OCP to address regional trends.

The result of this process will be a Regional OCP that will set the foundation for the Cowichan Valley to be an attractive place to live work, and play for years to come.

The current drafts of the  he Harmonized Official Community Plan (HOCP) 3.0. and Schedule C – Development Permit Areas 2.0. Note: OCP definitions will be included in the Zoning Bylaw modernization.

February 8, 2020 (1- 4 p.m.)

North Oyster Community Center – Room 201, 13467 Cedar Road, Ladysmith

It is important to attend to learn how this will affect Saltair.

Saltair’s Canada 150th Quilt on Exhibit

If you missed the chance to see Saltair’s Canada 150th Celebration Quilt, you will get another chance!

The quilt will be part of the new exhibit at the Ladysmith Museum featuring the works by Saltair Quilter’s Group.

The massive quilt features landmarks such as: Stocking Creek Falls, Big Rock at Boulder point beach, Davis Lagoon Bridge, The old Plantation, Saltair Pub and other wonderful pieces.

Opens on February 17th, 2020 BC Family Day.❤️ Ladysmith Museum on First Ave, downtown Ladysmith.

Confronting Our Climate Emergency Public Seminar Series

Confronting the  Climate Emergency-  Public Seminar Series to be held on:

Saturdays,  beginning:

February 15th, 2:00 to 4:00 pm

February 22nd, 2:00 to 4:00 pm

March 7th,           2:00 to 4:00 pm

March 14th,        2:00 to 4:00 pm  POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

CHEMAINUS UNITED CHURCH,

9814 WILLOW ST, CHEMAINUS

You are invited to attend  four climate emergency  seminars  that will deal with the science underpinning climate change and its global impacts.

The ethics and moral implications of climate change; and possible actions that will reduce the effects of climate change.

The most important session presents the perspective of youth in the crisis. The series will culminate with a panel of scientists and politicians presenting their views and actions as related to the crisis.

After their presentations  there will be ample time for questions and discussion.”

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Conditions across Cowichan region improve overnight, state of local emergency remains in EFFECT

Posted on: February 2, 2020 CVRD News Release

Conditions across Cowichan region improve overnight, state of local emergency remains in effect

While the weather has improved and water levels continue to recede, the Cowichan Valley region remains in a state of local emergency and an evacuation order remains in effect.

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Photo by Times Colonist, Westholme Road

Saltair Advisory Planning Commission Meeting POSTPONED

MEETING HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO MARCH.  STAY TUNED FOR A NEW DATE AND TIME.

Saltair Advisory Planning Commission Meeting

Saltair APC will host a public meeting on February 23rd, 2020 at the Saltair Community Centre Gym at 2:00 pm regarding the CVRD’s plan of harmonizing all 9 electoral area’s Official Community Plans which include Saltair.

The Formal Referral Period for Advisory Planning Commissions is currently underway to review the current drafts of the Harmonized Official Community Plan (HOCP) 3.0. and Schedule C – Development Permit Areas 2.0. Note: OCP definitions will be included in the Zoning Bylaw modernization.

Please attend to obtain further information regarding potential important changes to the Area G/Saltair Official Community Plan.

 

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