Hornby Island Local Trust Area Trustee Corner

Welcome to our local trustee corner, where you can learn more about the trustees working for you! Here you can access trustee newsletters and other information and resources that local trustees want to share.

Meet Your Trustees

Tim Peterson

Chair

E: Email LTC Chair

T: 1-250-607-7094

Alex Allen

Hornby Island Trustee

E: Email Trustee Allen

T: 1-250-335-1129

Grant Scott

Hornby Island Trustee

E: Email Trustee Scott

T: 1-250-218-2323

About LTC Chair

Tim Peterson is serving his third term as a Lasqueti Island Local Trustee, and his first as vice-chair of Trust Council. In addition, he serves as a Board member of the Lasqueti Community Association and the Lasqueti Last Resort Society. Tim is also a musician, artist, performer, event organizer, gardener, and chef, and he has lived on Lasqueti for over 45 years.

About Alex Allen

Alex Allen is serving his fourth term as Hornby Island Local Trustee. This term, he is looking forward to working with the community in completing the targeted OCP review on reconciliation, housing and vacation rentals. And other big issues: climate change, resilience and carrying capacity. At the Trust Council level, Alex hopes to be an elected member of the Standing Governance Committee, as he feels that here is a golden opportunity to do better. Beyond politics, Alex manages the Hornby Island Co-op Gas Bar and has been the editor of Hornby Island’s monthly community paper, The First Edition, for over five years. He also does stand up comedy and performs in local theatre.

About Grant Scott

Grant Scott is serving in his second term as Local Trustee for Hornby Island.His appreciation for Hornby and all the gulf islands comes from living and working on the BC coast and being involved in land-use planning and forestry with First Nations and at various government levels. Most recently, he has been the chair of Conservancy Hornby Island working to seek a more sustainable and ecosystem-based approach to conserve and protect herring, which are essential for the salmon, orcas and all sea life in the Salish Sea. In his second term he was elected to serve on the Islands Trust Conservancy Board.

Other Trustee News & Resources

Presentation on K’ómoks First Nation Treaty negotiations by Sarah Cavanagh from the Ministry of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation.  Presented to the Hornby LTC at their Regular Business Meeting on June 10, 2022.

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