Council Meetings

Regular Council Meetings

Regular Meetings - Agendas, Minutes, Videos:

Special Council Meetings

Special Council meetings are held as needed to address emergent issues and those that require lengthy, substantive discussion on one item (such as the Municipal Budget). The District provides at least 24 hours notice of meeting, their general purpose, and the date and start time on the website, social media, and the bulletin board in the Municipal Office.

Special Council Meetings - Agendas, Minutes, Videos:

Committee of the Whole

Committee of the Whole Meetings - Agendas, Minutes, Videos:

Special Committee of the Whole

Special Committee of the Whole Meetings - Agendas, Minutes, Videos:

Public Hearings

Public hearings allow affected citizens to provide their views to their elected representatives on planning and land use bylaws.

Participating in Zoom Meetings

To join a meeting online, you will first need to register by following the link to the specific meeting provided below. This step is to help ensure that participants are representing themselves truthfully and accurately online.  Once registration is complete, you will receive a confirmation email that contains the link to join the meeting.

Video Recordings of Council Meetings

The District of Tofino is committed to conducting meetings in an open and transparent manner. The district invites the community to view recorded Council Meetings on YouTube or by using the links above.

Recordings will be posted with the minutes within seven (7) days of a meeting.

 

Council Highlights

Council Highlights – August 23, 2022 

Mayor Law issued a warm welcome to Deborah Bodnar, the new Director of Corporate Services and Financial Officer for the District of Tofino.

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Council Highlights – August 9, 2022 

Mayor Law extended a sincere thank you to Brad Evans, and recognized his 15 years of dedicated service as a District of Tofino employee.

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Council Highlights – July 12, 2022

Mayor Law spoke to his experience participating in the raising of the totem pole Hinaaqsuuqʷa on July 1, 2022 at the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation ancient village site of Opitsaht on Meares Island.

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