Save What is Left of the Old Growth Forests!
HI Friends. Here is the link to the BC government Old Growth Forest Questionnaire.
Read an article about this on our What's New page
Photo from CBC.ca
The recent Annual General Meeting was a great success. We opened up membership and added a membership category of "Benefactor" for people who want to make a long term commitment to the future of our town. There were a good many reports and presentations and you can click the buttons below to see them.
QBRA Opens Up Membership
At the 2019 Annual General Meeting, the Qualicum Beach Residents' Association changed its membership criteria to include people living outside the town but who consider themselves to be part of the Qualicum Beach community.
Our board meetings are open to any member. We prefer that you let us know ahead of time if you are coming so we can have enough seats, coffee, etc. If you have a topic you wish us to discuss, let us know so we can put it on the agenda. You can contact Doug MacKay-Dunn at (250) 752-5598.
As well as renewing existing memberships , QBRA is reaching out to welcome new Qualicum Beach residents to our organization. Having access to our website and receiving our updates about upcoming issues , activities and Qualicum life is a wonderful way for new residents to learn about their new environment!
If you have new neighbours please direct them to our web site for membership information, or let us know and we will invite them to become new members of Qualicum Beach Residents' Association.
Doreen MacKay-Dunn (250) 752-5598.
Everyone has the right to use public facilities without difficulty. These are all facilities open to the public such as schools, stores, restaurants etc. and includes the streets. At present there are some areas of the town where someone who has to use a walker, scooter, or wheelchair to get around has a great deal of trouble.
"What's New" is the Updated Blog
Read it and feel free to add your comments. Community building should include everyone.
Town is Live Streaming Council Meetings
Our blog has been renamed "What's New" Continue to check it out for the latest information. Also feel free to submit articles or suggestions for the "What's New" column.
The Qualicum Beach Residents Association has for several years been lobbying for live streaming of Council meetings. If you want to see what happens at Council meetings you can watch them live at www.qualicumbeach.com. They also have archived the Council meetings so you can go back to see what happened at past meetings. We congratulate the Council for taking this important step. Try it out and see how you like it
Tree Replacement Policy
Qualicum Beach has a wonderful urban forest in parks, on public land and on private land. We must protect our urban forest for all the benefits of trees. The Council needs to look at a tree protection and replacement policy to ensure we always have our urban forest.
Video of the All Candidates Meeting on our Website
The All Candidates Meeting had time for written questions from the floor. We ran out of time to ask them all. Click the box below to see the questions that were not asked.