The task force will work with a facilitator to build on previous work and welcome more public feedback to establish community-endorsed principles for best uses on the 3.5-acre waterfront site that complement downtown revitalization.

Council will continue to collaborate with our First Nations partners, local businesses and associations to ensure that any potential development of the property aligns with the City's plans as identified by the community through the task force.

As part of the community engagement process, the task force will recommend to Council:

  • a transparent screening process and regulatory tools for evaluating uses and potential development proposals
  • potential public amenities on and adjacent to the site
  • a public investment/incentive strategy for potential future development of the site
  • a strategy for moving forward with a clear vision for the 3.5 acre site

Terms of Reference

Project Scope

Task Force Members

  • Mayor Andy Adams - Chair (250) 286-5708
  • Councillor Colleen Evans
  • Councillor Marlene Wright
  • Dale Bradley
  • Dennis Fitzgerald
  • Gerrit J. Keizer
  • Kris Mailman
  • Bill Matthews
  • Amanda Raleigh
  • John Sorenson

Staff Support

Meeting Schedule

Meeting schedule to be determined


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