Assent Voting - Bylaws No. 328 & 341 (Cortes Island Service Initiatives)
Determination of Official Results have been declared and Cortes Island Bylaws No. 328 (Cortes Island First Responder Service) and 341 (Cortes Island Community Hall Service) will be forwarded to the Regional Board with recommendations for further action once the window for challenging voting results is over.
Cortes Island and the Surround Archipelago
Electoral Area B includes all of Cortes Island and the surrounding Archipelago Islands and is the smallest region within the Strathcona Regional District (SRD) at just under 330 square kilometres.
Cortes Island is a magical place where residents and visitors enjoy a spectacular selection of marine, lake and forest parks and trails. The island has just over 1,000 full-time residents and has several small villages, including Whaletown, Manson’s Landing, Squirrel Cove and Cortes Bay.
Cortes Island is home to many parks, 11 of which are maintained by the SRD. Parks range in diversity from dense forests highlighted by old growth cedars to expansive marine areas. Recreational opportunities include superb hiking, mountain biking, swimming, camping and kayaking. View all of the SRD Area B parks here:
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Most Recent News in this Area
The SRD Board of Directors held a Censure hearing for Electoral Area B (Cortes Island) Director Noba Anderson on October 24, 2019.
This Tradeshow is free to the public and a fun way for families to learn how to be more prepared for a disaster.
The Strathcona Regional District Board authorized that Bylaw No. 341, which would establish a community hall service for Cortes Island, proceed to a vote of the electors.