Gambier Island Local Trust Committee Latest News
March 2017 | Meeting of the Gambier Island Advisory Commission
The Gambier Island Advisory Commission will be meeting on Monday, March 13, 2017. Click here to view the meeting notice.
January 2017 | Gambier Island Local Trust Committee Special Meeting
The Gambier Island LTC is hosting a public session between Gambier Island residents and representatives of the Squamish Nation on February 2, 2017 at 1:30pm in the Harbourview Room of the John Braithwaite Community Centre in North Vancouver. The public is welcome to attend.
February 2017 | 2017 Gambier Island Local Trust Committee Meeting Schedule
Click here to view the revised 2017 meeting schedule.
January 2017 | Gambier Island Advisory Planning Commission
The Gambier Island Advisory Planning Commission will be receiving their orientation on Friday January 6, 2017 at 1:00pm in the Gambier Island Community Centre. The public is welcome to attend.
November 2016 | Comments on Sunshine Coast Fixed Link Study Consultation
The Sunshine Coast Fixed Link Feasibility Study public consultation closed on November 8, 2016. The Gambier Island Local Trust Committee Chair submitted a letter describing how a fixed link project could impact the Gambier Associated Islands and Local Trust Area. The Islands Trust Chair submitted a letter describing Trust Area interests.
November 2016 | Letter of support regarding a federal park on Gambier Island
Letter of support from MLA Jordan Sturdy to the Minister of Environment and Climate Change and the CEO of Parks Canada regarding a federal park on Gambier Island.
October 2016 | Public Comment on BURNCO Application
The BURNCO Aggregate Project Application comment period closed on October 3, 2016. The Gambier Islands Local Trust Committee Chair submitted a letter describing how the project could impact the goals of the Gambier Island Official Community Plan, and the Islands Trust Chair submitted a letter describing Trust Area interests.
August 2016 | Results of Community Survey
Thank you to everyone who participated in the preliminary Gambier OCP Community Survey. The results can be found here.