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Saturna Island Local Trust Area is located 27 km east of the Swartz Bay ferry terminal, has a 2011 census population of 335 and covers an area of 3,570 ha. The planner for Saturna Island is Gary Richardson.

Saturna Island Local Trust Committee News 

July 21, 2017 | Our groundwater, our responsibility – workshop coming to your island

Join Islands Trust and partners for a free workshop on wells and their impacts on groundwater.  Click here to find out the details of a workshop near you.


February 17, 2017 | LTC Meeting Highlights

The Saturna LTC considered a staff report on SA-RZ-2012.1 (Napenthe Holdings Ltd) and directed staff to prepare draft bylaws for the LTC's consideration in order to transfer subdivision density to the Napenthe property.  The LTC also endorsed a First Nations relationship building project charter and considered appointments to the APC.


November 19, 2016 | SENĆOŦEN History of Saturna Islands

One of the top priorities of the Saturna LTC is First Nations Relationships Building.  The SENĆOŦEN History of Saturna Islands will be presented on the evening of November 19, 2016.  More details about this event can be seen here >>>


October 20, 2016 | LTC Meeting Highlights

The Saturna LTC endorsed two Local Trust Committee Projects: Fist Nations relationship building and Land Use bylaw technical review.  These two projects will consume the LTCs and staffs time for the foreseeable future. The first step in the First Nations relationship building will be to hold a community meeting with SENCOTEN-speaking elders to talk about how the WSANEC (Saanich) people view and connect historically and culturally with the waters and land of Saturna Island. The 2017 meeting schedule was also adopted.





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Saturna Island Local Trust Committee Projects & Initiatives 

Local trust committees set their priorities and manage their community planning projects using a work program. Top priority projects on the LTC's work program have resources in place, or resources which will be soon available. Projects may be significant and long term, such as an Official Community Plan Review, or relatively minor, such as an amendment to a regulation in a Land Use Bylaw.  For more information on current projects.  Read more >>

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