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2021 Virtual Meeting Schedule
October 8, 2021
North Cowichan gives notice under Sections 127, 128 and 128.2 of the Community Charter and Sections 465 and 541 of the Local Government Act, that the Regular Council, Public Hearing, Committee of the Whole, Board of Variance, and Environmental Advisory Committee meetings for the balance of 2021 will be held by electronic means. These meetings will be conducted by video conference using the Cisco Webex platform, and though electronic, will be open to the public. You may also view the meeting as it is streamed live by going to www.northcowichan.ca/agendas and clicking on the ‘Live Stream Viewer’ link. A copy of the recording will be made available for on-demand viewing.
|October 12||6:00PM||Committee of the Whole Meeting|
|October 20||1:30PM||Regular Council Meeting|
|October 20||6:00PM||Public Hearing|
|October 28||2:00PM||Board of Variance Meeting|
|November 3||1:30PM||Regular Council Meeting|
|November 9||6:00PM||Committee of the Whole Meeting|
|November 16||1:30PM||Environmental Advisory Committee Meeting|
|November 17||1:30PM||Regular Council Meeting|
|November 17||6:00PM||Public Hearing|
|December 1||1:30PM||Regular Council Meeting|
|December 7||6:00PM||Committee of the Whole Meeting|
|December 15||1:30PM||Regular Council Meeting|
|December 15||6:00PM||Public Hearing|
Anyone wishing to participate in a Council, Public Hearing, or Committee of the Whole meeting may do so electronically by joining the meeting using a computer, smartphone or tablet. For instructions and the link to join a meeting, please visit www.northcowichan.ca/virtualmeeting.
Municipal Hall, located at 7030 Trans-Canada Highway, Duncan, will be made available for members of the public to observe the above meetings. Due to COVID-19, participants attending Municipal Hall to observe the meeting will be required to wear a mask at all times and maintain appropriate social distancing of at least 6 feet. We ask the public, if possible, to participate electronically from the comfort and safety of their home to protect you, municipal staff, and our community as part of our collective effort to hold the line against this dangerous virus.
For more information, contact:
Tricia Mayea, Deputy Corporate Officer