• Dec 04, 2020

    Highlights of Nov. 30, 2020 Council meeting

    New safety requirements for Council meetings help prevent spreading the coronavirus.  
    Presentations to Council by City staff and community members use online video conferencing technology. Watch City Council meetings live or view recordings at campbellriver.ca/watch-live.  

    Councillor Michele Babchuk resigns to take on role as provincial representative for North Vancouver Island

    Following her election as provincial member of the legislative assembly, Councillor Michele Babchuk has resigned from City Council. Council extended thanks and praise for the difference Councillor Babchuk has made during her time as: School district representative and board chair; City Councillor and SRD director and board chair.  
    Council members also noted that they will miss her perspective at the Council table and extended best wishes and the expectation that she will continue to bring benefit to the community, region and the province in her new role. A report on the Dec. 14 meeting agenda will outline a plan for a 2021 by-election to fill Councillor Babchuk’s vacancy. Read more...

Highlights of Nov. 30, 2020 Council meeting

by Tanya Wood | Dec 04, 2020
New safety requirements for Council meetings help prevent spreading the coronavirus.  
Presentations to Council by City staff and community members use online video conferencing technology. Watch City Council meetings live or view recordings at campbellriver.ca/watch-live.  

Councillor Michele Babchuk resigns to take on role as provincial representative for North Vancouver Island

Following her election as provincial member of the legislative assembly, Councillor Michele Babchuk has resigned from City Council. Council extended thanks and praise for the difference Councillor Babchuk has made during her time as: School district representative and board chair; City Councillor and SRD director and board chair.  
Council members also noted that they will miss her perspective at the Council table and extended best wishes and the expectation that she will continue to bring benefit to the community, region and the province in her new role. A report on the Dec. 14 meeting agenda will outline a plan for a 2021 by-election to fill Councillor Babchuk’s vacancy. Read more...