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Skeena-Queen Charlotte Regional District Board Highlights
Highlights from the Skeena-Queen Charlotte Regional District Board of Directors Meeting on January 23, 2015 are now available for download! View details.
Electoral Areas A & C: Community Passenger Ferry Service Study
The Skeena-Queen Charlotte Regional District has commissioned a report entitled Community Passenger Ferry Service Study to support the process of decision-making and to assess the feasibility of a small passenger ferry service from the mainland to Dodge Cove, Oona River and Hunts Inlet. The report is available for download here.
Tsunami Preparedness Week - March 22 - 28, 2015
As part of Tsunami Preparedness Week, Emergency Management BC has launched the new Earthquake and Tsunami Smart Manual that encourages British Columbians to know the risks, get prepared and make a plan. The manual can be found here.
Climate Action Revenue Incentive Program (CARIP) Public Reporting - 2014
Climate action is a key provincial priority and local governments are key partners in helping to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and create complete, compact and energy-efficient communities.
The CARIP is a conditional grant program that provides funding to BC Climate Action Charter (Charter) signatories equivalent to one hundred percent of the carbon taxes they pay directly. This funding supports local governments in their efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and move forward on achieving their Charter goals.
To view the Skeena-Queen Charlotte Regional District's 2014 Climate Action Survey, please click here.
Changes to Islands Solid Waste Management Fees and Charges
Please be advised that the Regional District has implemented new fees pertaining to commercial recycling. For further information, view the Islands Solid Waste Management Regulation, Fees and Charges Amendment Bylaw No. 584, 2014.
Skeena-Queen Charlotte Regional District Regional Recycling Survey Winner!
The Skeena-Queen Charlotte Regional District would like to thank all of those who took the time to partake in its Regional Recycling Survey. The winner of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3, selected at random, is Matt Gurnsey. Congratulations, Matt!
Waste Watchers' Directory: Prince Rupert and Port Edward & Haida Gwaii
To view a listing of the current waste watchers' directory for the Prince Rupert and Port Edward regional recycling depot, please click here.
For a listing of the current waste watchers' directory for Haida Gwaii recycling facilities, please click here.
Skeena-Queen Charlotte Regional District Receives Recycling Award for Third Consecutive Year
The Skeena-Queen Charlotte Regional District's Recycling Division accepted the Leader in Sustainability award from Call2Recycle, Inc. for the Regional District's continued commitment to the reclamation and recycling of batteries and cell phones through Call2Recycle's program. Learn More.
The BC Ferry Coalition Needs Your Support
The BC Ferry Coalition's goal is to become a strong voice for coastal communities to tell the Province to put BC Ferries on an affordable, reliable and sustainable course for all ferry users and revitalize our communities. The BC Ferry Coalition is bringing together Local governments, First Nations, Chambers of Commerce, business, Labour, economic development and tourism agencies and residents to achieve its goal. To find out more about how you are able to support the BC Ferry Coalition, click here.
Islands Solid Waste Management Fees and Charges Increase
Effective December 13, 2013, the Skeena-Queen Charlotte Regional District has in effect new fees and charges pertaining to waste disposal on Haida Gwaii. For more information, please review the Regional District's adopted Bylaw No. 573, 2013.
BC Assessment operates as an independent, provincial Crown corporation, governed by a Board of Directors and is accountable to the Government of B.C.
BC Assessment's head office is located in Victoria. Its 15 area offices are situated in 10 regions in various geographic locations throughout British Columbia
BC Assessment produces independent, uniform and efficient property assessments on an annual basis for all property owners in the province.
City of Prince Rupert - Boundary Expansion Proposal
OFFICIAL STATEMENT - At the June 22, 2013 Regional District Board meeting, a resolution was passed by the Board that it could not support the current boundary expansion proposal, as it was not in the overall best interest for the Electoral Areas or the Regional District as a whole. Background information will be forwarded to the City of Prince Rupert and the Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development - view
Proposal Document - view
Amendment to Proposal Document - view
Municipal Boundary Extension Process Guide - view
Municipal Boundary Extension Policies Guide - view
City of Prince Rupert Information Site - view
Strategic Priorities 2013-2014
The Strategic Priorities 2013-2014 Plan is the result of a priority setting workshop held in Oona River on Saturday, April 20, 2013....read more.
The Regional District has had queries regarding the volunteering with tsunami debris clean-up. At the present time, no organized clean-up is being undertaken. Please check back periodically and as opportunities become known, they will be posted.