CBRA’s Next Board Meeting – June 22

Our next meeting is on Wednesday, June 22, 2022 at 7:00 p.m.

This meeting will take place, in person, at Goward House, 2495 Arbutus Rd, Victoria, BC. Please check-in at the desk.

NOTE: We recognize that Saanich’s online follow-up to the LAP conflicts with our meeting.  We encourage members to register for and attend the  LAP online discussion as a priority and to contact the CBRA Chair if they wish to provide any input or receive any information regarding the Board meeting.

COVID-19 protocol in effect. Masks recommended.

Please find the agenda here.

The previous meeting minutes can be found here.

Our meetings are open to the public. If you would like to attend, please email the Chair at to confirm your attendance.

1 thought on “CBRA’s Next Board Meeting – June 22”

  1. It seems there’s a bit of an odd pattern there.

    The talk given by a Saanich councillor a few weeks ago about Saanich’s housing plan to the CBRA at Goward House, left no time for the CBRA members to ask questions as planned, unless it turned out they left the meeting prematurely and spoke to him outside as an improviso instead.

    The Saanich LAP meeting last Saturday was cut short by staff half an hour earlier than schedule, leaving the public no time to ask questions to the presenters, as was supposed to take place at the end in the schedule and to which they said during the meeting the public would have an open opportunity to ask questions at the end.

    Not only did this not happen, but it never seemed like it would happen, as the Saanich presenters repeatedly didn’t want, or at times openly refused to answer questions from the public during the series of presentations, giving the excuse that there would be plenty of time for questions at the end, something that they ultimately did not allow to happen when the time came, even though there was still ample time to do so according to schedule.

    The planned LAP questions and answer period online that is supposed to be a follow up to that, now oddly coincides with the CBRA meeting at the same time.

    It almost looks as if they don’t want the local community to ask questions at all.

    Given the momentousness of the proposed changes to Cadboro Bay being proposed here, this seems rather odd, rather undemocratic, rather arrogant and rather contemptuous of the Cadboro Bay community.

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