Attending a Virtual Meeting

You can attend Council meetings and have your say in the Public Input and Question Period portion of the agenda in person or electronically.

If you are a delegation who will be participating electronically, please view the Quick Reference Guide for Delegations for connection instructions.

Upcoming meetings 

Meeting TypeRegular Council Meeting
Date & TimeWednesday, July 17, 2024, at 5:00 PM
Meeting Linkhttps://northcowichan.webex.com/northcowichan/j.php?MTID=m903561ba6ccc420ecd5970b37fc6adc4 
Meeting Number2772 543 6260
Webinar Password1111
Meeting TypePublic Hearing Meeting
Date & TimeWednesday, July 17, 2024, at 7:00 PM
Meeting Linkhttps://northcowichan.webex.com/northcowichan/j.php?MTID=m903561ba6ccc420ecd5970b37fc6adc4 
Meeting Number2772 543 6260
Webinar Password1111

For best results, test your system in advance of the meeting by following the instructions below. Only audio (microphone and speakers or headset) will be needed to participate. We encourage you to join by computer desktop or mobile device (smartphone or tablet) to view the meeting, but you may also join by telephone to hear the meeting. You will have an opportunity to participate by voice in either case.

Connect with a desktop computer

Connect with a smartphone or tablet

Connect by telephone

If you are unable to connect by computer, smartphone or tablet, you can also call in by telephone to hear and participate in the meeting.

  1. Dial the toll-free number: 1-844-426-4405
  2. Choose your preferred language (press 1 for English)
  3. When prompted for access code/meeting number, enter the Meeting Number listed in the Upcoming Meetings section at the top of this page
  4. For the Attendee ID number, press 1111
  5. You will not hear anything until the meeting starts - there is no hold music
  6. You will be automatically muted upon entry into the meeting
  7. Press *3 to raise your hand if you would like to speak during Public Input or Question Period
  8. When it is your turn to speak, you will hear the meeting coordinator state that the next caller is a telephone caller, followed by the system saying "You are unmuted"