AGM – April 24, 2022 | 1:30 – 3:30pm
We are pleased to announce a return to an in-person Annual General Meeting!
In our 30th year working to better the communities of Shirley, Otter Point, and Jordan River, we will be hosted at Camp Jubilee | Girl Guides of Canada. Our guest speakers include our host, Susan Zedel and JdF Director Mike Hicks.
We look forward to seeing you again!
AGM – April 19, 2021
The April 2021 meeting was our second virtual AGM. Here are the Meeting Minutes (pdf).
AGM – August 17, 2020
The August 2020 AGM was our first virtual meeting. Here are the Meeting Minutes (pdf).
Federal Candidates Meeting – Sept 29, 2019, 2-4PM
The candidates forum was held at the CRD Services Building, 3 – 7450 Butler Road, in Otter Point. This was the Agenda (pdf).
Millions of our tax dollars are sent to the Federal government annually to improve services and ideally make both our country and our community a better place to work, live and play.
OPSRRA invited the candidates for the 2019 local election to introduce themselves, tell you how they hope to help and answer a few direct questions from our group.
Our membership chose the first three questions posed to all of the candidates.
- The Climate Crisis is a real issue globally and locally as extreme weather events become the norm. What tools and strategies would you advocate using to solve the crisis?
- Federal infrastructure dollars for programs like high-speed internet access and clean water are critical for our region. Over $45 million in federal and provincial tax dollars was allocated between 2016 and early 2018 to create high speed access for our region and the coast of BC. To date no progress has been shared with this community, nor is there a clear confirmation that the program will do anything beyond delivering potential access. Without a provider agreeing to connect up end users, local residents will still be without access. How would you work to ensure that this program proceeds in a timely way with real results?
- Chinook fishing restrictions and closures were imposed this year to protect fish stocks and local orca populations. What regional and national solutions would you work towards to address this issue?
AGM – April 14, 2019
Held Sunday, April 14th, 1:30 – 3:30, at the CRD Services Building, 3 – 7450 Butler Road, Otter Point
Meeting minutes (pdf)
This year, based on how isolated the communities were during the February snow storms and forecasts of a hot 2019 fire season, we were pleased provide our members with access to a panel of guest speakers on Emergency Preparedness
Local experts spoke about Emergency Services for our region – what exists, what’s coming soon and ways to be self-reliant and prepared. Our thanks to Juan de Fuca Emergency Program Coordinator Jeri Grant & Otter Point Fire Dept Chief John McCrea.
CRD Regional Director Mike Hicks also joined us to share news and updates for our region.
All Candidates Meeting – Sept 30, 2018
Millions of our tax dollars are spent each year improving services and ideally making our community a better place to work, live and play.
OPSRRA invited the candidates for this year’s local election – Voting Day on October 20th – to introduce themselves, tell you how they hope to help and answer a few direct questions from our group.
Thanks to the nearly 60 people who came out to the September 30th All Candidates Meeting scheduled from 2 – 4pm at the CRD Juan de Fuca Building in Otter Point – Unit 3 – 7450 Butler Road. The speeches from candidates were impassioned and the questions for local residents added quite a bit of value to the meeting.
We heard from these Milne’s Landing Zone School Trustee & JdF EA Director candidates:
- Allison Watson
- Britt Santowski
- Margot Swinburnson
- Neil Poirier
- Robert (Bob) Phillips
- Daniel Yates
- & Mike Hicks