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Special Purpose Government

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Islands Trust Conservancy

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Section 3 of the Islands Trust Act

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Reconciliation

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Island Planning

Upcoming Meetings and Events

Mar 04
2024

Lasqueti LTC Regular Meeting

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Time: 11:00 am
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Mar 07
2024

Salt Spring LTC Regular Meeting

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Time: 9:30 am
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Mar 07
2024

Thetis LTC Electronic Special Meeting-Community Information Meeting and Public Hearing

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Time: 5:30 pm
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Mar 07
2024

South Pender LTC Special Meeting – Electronic

Time: 10:00 am
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Mar 08
2024

CAO Hiring Committee Regular Meeting

Time: 10:00 am
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Document Library

Gain access to Islands Trust documents including agendas, minutes, bylaws, agreements, council communications, policy documents and resources.
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Policy Statement

Trust Council is considering updating its guiding document, the Policy Statement to respond to the challenges and opportunities of the future.
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Share Your Views

You can share your views with us in many ways including speaking at a meeting, emailing or writing to us, completing a survey, or reporting a bylaw contravention.
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Islands Trust Council

The 26 elected trustees of the Islands Trust Council are charged with carrying out a provincial mandate to preserve and protect this special part of the world.
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Conservancy

Protecting unique and fragile ecosystems, Islands Trust Conservancy is the conservation land trust for the Islands Trust Area.
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Bylaws

Trust Council bylaws address many topics and administrative decisions including annual budgets, meeting procedures and delegation of powers to other bodies.
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About The Islands Trust

Preserving and protecting over 450 islands
and surrounding waters in the Salish Sea
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Islands Trust Conservancy

Protecting islands in the Salish Sea

The Islands Trust Conservancy’s vision is for a network of protected areas that preserve in perpetuity the natural systems of the islands in the Salish Sea.

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Map My Islands

Your gateway to easily accessible, accurate and up-to-date data and informative mapping applications.

In this section you can explore:

  • detailed property assessment and land title information
  • terrestrial and sensitive ecosystems
  • shoreline types and features in the Islands Trust area