Pursuant to section 127(2) of the Community Charter and section 22 of the District of Tofino Meeting Procedure Bylaw No. 1229, 2016, notice is hereby given that a Special Council Meeting will be held Wednesday, February 2, 2022 at 8:30 a.m. for the purposes of the 2022-2026 Draft Financial Plan.Read More
Reporting to the Manager of Protective Services, the Bylaw Supervisor is responsible for the day-to-day supervision of the Bylaw Enforcement Officers, Business License Inspector and overseeing the enforcement of the District’s regulatory bylaws, approving and issuing licenses and permits, and liaising with various government agencies.Read More
Mayor Law spoke to the Omicron variant and COVID-19 protocols, including additional precautions in Municipal Hall and other District buildings. He expressed his thankfulness for the community and for vaccines, reiterating how fortunate we are to have these advances and how important it is for government to continue to take care of their communities.Read More
Reporting to the Daycare Supervisor the Child Care Relief Worker assists in the day-to-day operation of the Community Children’s Centre (the Centre). This position is a casual position used during periods of staff shortages to perform the roll of a Child Care Worker in the Centre.Read More
Under the direct supervision of his/her immediate supervisor, the Janitor Labourer is responsible for cleaning District facilities, washrooms, and fleet vehicles and completing solid waste collection and disposal at public and corporate facilities.Read More
This exciting career opportunity will offer the successful candidate, guaranteed employment with the District of Tofino’s Community Children’s Centre upon completion of specific requirements. The District is offering a paid education opportunity to complete the coursework to qualify as an Early Childhood Educator Assistant through Pacific Rim Early Childhood Institute (delivered online).Read More
Mayor Law recapped a local government round table hosted by Minister of Municipal Affairs, the Honorable Josie Osborne and Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation, the Honorable Murray Rankin. There were over 44 mayors and chairs present for the discussions about local government efforts towards reconciliation across the island.Read More
Mayor Law spoke to the Remembrance Day ceremony, attended by Acting Mayor Tom Stere due to Mayor Law’s absence.
He also presented Trish Dixon with a Certificate of Recognition for 10 years with the District of Tofino.