Strathcona Regional District

Special programming will be held at Strathcona Gardens on Sept. 30. Photo by Marc Kitteringham / Campbell River Mirror

SRD recognizes Truth and Reconciliation day

Programming at Strathcona Gardens, office closure to recognize legacy of residential schools

 

The May 25 meeting was open to groups working in the food security field. Photo by Marc Kitteringham, Campbell River Mirror.

New coalition will look at tackling food insecurity in Strathcona region

Strathcona Food Security Coalition released a report based on May, 2021 meeting

 

The Quadra Island Fire Department is run by an Improvement District, not the Strathcona Regional District. Photo by Mike Chouinard/Campbell River Mirror

SRD looking into regional fire protection service

Electoral area and municipal directors disagree on need for feasibility study

The Quadra Island Fire Department is run by an Improvement District, not the Strathcona Regional District. Photo by Mike Chouinard/Campbell River Mirror
cans falling into a recycling container

Quadra Island Clean Up Days coming in October

Recycling event held first weekend in October

cans falling into a recycling container
Strengthening Communities’ Services grant will support agencies delivering services to individuals and families experiencing homelessness. (Black Press files)

SRD secures $1 million grant to support people suffering from homelessness

Pandemic has let to increase in visibility and amount of unsheltered homelessness

Strengthening Communities’ Services grant will support agencies delivering services to individuals and families experiencing homelessness. (Black Press files)
Many residents of Tahsis do not feel comfortable driving along the route to Campbell River, especially in winter. (Google Maps)
Many residents of Tahsis do not feel comfortable driving along the route to Campbell River, especially in winter. (Google Maps)
Daryl Hagen says ‘there’s something soulful about the whole thing.’ Photo by Marc Kitteringham / Campbell River Mirror

Oyster Bay residents hope to build beneficial equestrian community

Affordable, ‘homestead-sized’ lots will be good for families — project proponents

Daryl Hagen says ‘there’s something soulful about the whole thing.’ Photo by Marc Kitteringham / Campbell River Mirror
The SRD is holding meetings to help people acclimatize to new Tsunami flood maps. (Black Press Media file photo)
The SRD is holding meetings to help people acclimatize to new Tsunami flood maps. (Black Press Media file photo)
Hundreds of trucks come to the landfill with waste, half of which is divertable to either recycling or composting facilities. Photo by Marc Kitteringham, Campbell River Mirror

Campbell River city council approves development permit for regional compost facility

$15.5 million project will help reach waste diversion targets

Hundreds of trucks come to the landfill with waste, half of which is divertable to either recycling or composting facilities. Photo by Marc Kitteringham, Campbell River Mirror
The Sayward Clean-Up-Day is scheduled for July 17 and 18, for residents to dispose household items too large for regular curbside collection. (Photo by Mike Davies/Campbell River Mirror)

Clean Up Day to be held July 17 and 18 in Sayward

Habitat for Humanity will accept donations of household items

The Sayward Clean-Up-Day is scheduled for July 17 and 18, for residents to dispose household items too large for regular curbside collection. (Photo by Mike Davies/Campbell River Mirror)
The SRD has received funding for their FireSmart program. Earlier this year, a fire was burning out of control near Gold River Photo courtesy Coastal Fire Centre
The SRD has received funding for their FireSmart program. Earlier this year, a fire was burning out of control near Gold River Photo courtesy Coastal Fire Centre
Director Noba Anderson had sued the Regional District in relation to a 2019 matter. File photo/Campbell River Mirror

B.C. Supreme Court sides with Strathcona Regional District in director lawsuit matter

Cortes director sued regional district in 2020 to recoup legal costs from previous lawsuit

Director Noba Anderson had sued the Regional District in relation to a 2019 matter. File photo/Campbell River Mirror
The SRD has written letters to ISED in opposition to any Telus cell towers on Quadra and Cortes Islands. File photo, Black Press

‘David and Goliath fight’ between SRD and Telus continues

SRD writes letter to ISED in opposition until ‘proper consultation’ complete

The SRD has written letters to ISED in opposition to any Telus cell towers on Quadra and Cortes Islands. File photo, Black Press
Barry and Amanda Glickman, the SRD representatives on the Mid-Island Emergency Radio Coordination Team (pictured here on their boat), deserve much of the credit for a recent Memorandum of Understanding between the SRD and Cortes Radio, according to SRD protective services coordinator Shaun Koopman. They jokingly say Salty (their dog) is really the brains behind their operation, however. Photo by Mike Davies/Campbell River Mirror

Barry Glickman honoured for emergency radio service

‘We are so glad that your contribution is being celebrated in this way’ — SRD Chair Brad Unger

Barry and Amanda Glickman, the SRD representatives on the Mid-Island Emergency Radio Coordination Team (pictured here on their boat), deserve much of the credit for a recent Memorandum of Understanding between the SRD and Cortes Radio, according to SRD protective services coordinator Shaun Koopman. They jokingly say Salty (their dog) is really the brains behind their operation, however. Photo by Mike Davies/Campbell River Mirror
Rod Burns brings up the rear of the pro-Old Growth side of a demonstration last week. Photo by Marc Kitteringham / Campbell River Mirror

SRD endorses Old Growth Strategic Review Panel’s recommendations

“There’s nothing really radical here” — Director Martin Davis

Rod Burns brings up the rear of the pro-Old Growth side of a demonstration last week. Photo by Marc Kitteringham / Campbell River Mirror
The Strathcona Regional District looks implementing a territorial acknowledgement at the beginning of meetings. Photo by Marc Kitteringham / Campbell River Mirror

SRD looking to start territorial acknowledgements for meetings

Acknowledgements help show respect for Indigenous Peoples on whose lands we live and work

The Strathcona Regional District looks implementing a territorial acknowledgement at the beginning of meetings. Photo by Marc Kitteringham / Campbell River Mirror
The water rates for northern Area D are too high for some to afford, according to Director Brenda Leigh. Submitted photo

SRD Director seeks relief for high water rates in northern Area D

‘We’re paying quadruple what people in Campbell River pay for water’ — Director Brenda Leigh

The water rates for northern Area D are too high for some to afford, according to Director Brenda Leigh. Submitted photo
The new flood map takes into account historical data and future trends. Photo supplied by Strathcona Regional District

New floodplain data ready for Salmon and White Rivers

SRD to present data to Sayward at virtual meeting

The new flood map takes into account historical data and future trends. Photo supplied by Strathcona Regional District
The SRD board chair expressed condolences after the finding of 215 children’s remains in Kamloops. Photo supplied

SRD sends message of condolences after children’s bodies found in Kamloops

‘The Strathcona Regional District Board and staff are heartbroken of the findings’ — letter

The SRD board chair expressed condolences after the finding of 215 children’s remains in Kamloops. Photo supplied