Survey is now available online and will also be mailed to north Quadra Island property owners this week.
Strathcona Regional District (SRD) would like to share the news that Chief Financial Officer Myriah Foort, CPA, CA, has been awarded an Early Achievement Award from the Chartered Professional Accountants of British Columbia (CPABC).
Seeking Input from Residents about New Regional Composting Facility
The QIESS Team will be conducting an Emergency Reception Centre exercise on the afternoon of Sunday February 23rd at the Quadra Island Community Centre
If you live in a BC rural community and were 19 years or older when traveled to access health care, The Centre for Rural Health Research would like to hear from you .
September 17, 2007 - December 4, 2019
Cortes Island’s First Responder Service and Community Hall Service Tax One Step Closer to Implementation
Cortes Island residents will find the recently approved Bylaws No. 328 & 341 included in the 2020-2024 SRD financial plan.
SRD Recognizes Volunteers Judy Hagen and Marg Carr for Ten Years of Regional Emergency Support Services
Judy and Marg will continue to support ESS in their own community but have decided to step aside from the workshop organizing committee.
The SRD is proud to present the 2020 North Island Outdoor Adventure Show taking place at the Strathcona Gardens Recreational Complex on April 25 and 26, 2020.
Electoral Area B Director Noba Anderson's costs incurred to defend against the petition filed by a number of Cortes Island electors seeking her disqualification for conflict of interest, will not be covered by the SRD.
SRD hosts Port Alberni Bulldogs vs Trail Smoke Eaters this Sunday November 17th at 2 pm.
The election of the Chair and Vice Chair is done annually during the Regional District’s inaugural meeting in November.
The SRD Board of Directors held a Censure hearing for Electoral Area B (Cortes Island) Director Noba Anderson on October 24, 2019.
Campbell River Search and Rescue (CR SAR) will be conducting a door-to-door wildfire evacuation order exercise on Tuesday October 29.
On October 17 at 10:17 am, millions of people worldwide will drop, cover and hold for the annual Great ShakeOut earthquake drill.
These plans will further the Regional District’s efforts to reduce wildfire by identifying the risks of wildland/urban interface fires within and surrounding the region.
This Tradeshow is free to the public and a fun way for families to learn how to be more prepared for a disaster.
At the SRD’s July Board Meeting, the SRD Board made its position clear and is not prepared to entertain any actions that would facilitate additional development and threaten delicate ecosystems related to the Oyster River.
Members of the public are encouraged to attend Board meetings in the new space. For an up-to-date schedule of public Board and Committee meetings, please visit www.srd.ca.
NEWS RELEASE – School District 72 Disaster Risk Reduction Program Campbell River, BC – In 2015, Canada along with 187 countries throughout the world signed on to the Sendai Disaster Risk Reduction framework which emphasized in a whole of community approach to reducing disaster. It stated that children and youth are agents of change and should be given…