Public hearing

The city said anyone who wishes to speak at the public hearing must register in advance by calling its corporate officer or deputy corporate officer, or email The hearing will be streamed live on July 19 at 3 p.m.
A new date has not been set for a public hearing.
Drivers honked their horns as the crowd walked down the street. Though the front of the line was chanting, “in out future, we want trees,” other participants could be heard saying, “no vaccines,” “no masks,” and “no 5G.”
Many who attended expressed concerns about it being outside the town’s urban containment boundary and official community plan (OCP).
Most participants spoke in favour of a destination resort, but many were concerned about residential development as part of the proposal and were concerned at lack of details included.

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