The SRD is observing the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on September 30 in alignment with the federal government and will close its corporate office on Thurs Sept 30th. Building and enhancing positive relationships with First Nations communities is a priority of the board and the SRD is committed to learn and reconcile with the Indigenous People in the region.
To recognize the legacy of residential schools in Canada, the SRD will close its corporate office on Thursday September 30th.
📷 This design was created in 2016 by the late Mulidzas – Curtis Wilson and the Likwala Language added translates to 'All Our Children Are Treasures'. SRD staff will be wearing these orange shirts to spread awareness and honor the survivors, their families and the children who did not return home from residential school. ... See MoreSee Less
The staff at Strathcona Gardens sincerely appreciate the patience & support we have received from the community as we navigate the new public health order to ensure the safety of us all.
Proof of vaccination will be required for all adults (22 yrs +) when attending: ✅ Arena adult sports including all adult ice rentals, adult programs & adult drop-in hockey ✅ Weight room or fitness studio ✅ Organized events of more than 50 people
Proof of Vaccination will be required for anyone 12 yrs + when attending: ✅ Any ticketed sporting event (i.e. Junior B hockey games) ✅ Organized events of more than 50 people
Here are some of the exempt activities that does not require proof of vaccination (except when it is a location of an organized event of 50+ people): ❌ Swimming pools ❌ Public skating & youth/child programming in the arenas ❌ Children/youth recreation programs and day camps ❌ Adults supervising children & youth in the arenas, pools or other recreation programs
More info on the Provincial Health Order requirements or to obtain your vaccine card can be found at: www2.gov.bc.ca/vaccinecard.html.
The Strathcona Community Health Network & partners invites you to a FREE screening of 'Us & Them', a documentary filmed over ten years that follows the stories of 4 people experiencing homelessness in Victoria.
The Tidemark Theatre will be providing both virtual and in-person options for viewing. After the film, a one-hour community conversation in panel format will take place.
Digital BC Vaccine Card - Effective September 13, people aged 12+ will be required to show proof of vaccination to get into many events and businesses in BC. Get your digital or paper BC Vaccine Card today.
The Discovery Pier, centrally located in Campbell River. A favourite spot of many to fish, people watch and you can't forget the delicious ice cream... perfect to cool down with on these hot summer days🍦
No point in reporting this.. there has been no enforcement at all 😒
QUADRA CLEAN-UP DAYS Sat Oct 2 & Sun Oct 3 from 10am to 4pm Recyclables that normally need to be taken to Campbell River can be dropped off for proper disposal at the corner of West Road and Industrial Way.