Jan 22, 2019

Colwood Council will schedule a Censure Hearing with Councillor Cynthia Day following concerns that her recent actions related to work undertaken on City property outside her home may have violated the City’s Code of Ethics.

Censure is a formal Council resolution to reprimand one of its own members for a serious violation of law or City policy. It could result in sanctions that limit...

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Jan 17, 2019

CITY HALL CANNOT ACCEPT SPECULATION TAX PAYMENTS. Please see the links below for payment options.

The BC Government has announced that home owners must register for an exemption in order to avoid being charged the new BC Speculation and Vacancy Tax.

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Jan 14, 2019

The Premier's Awards for Excellence in Education recognizes the enormous contributions of British Columbia's exceptional teachers, administrators and support staff who are vital to the cultural, economic and social well...

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Dec 21, 2018

Mayor Rob Martin and Colwood Council and Staff would like to wish you and your loved ones the very happiest of holidays. 

We look forward to working together to make wonderful things happen in our community in 2019!

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Dec 17, 2018

Colwood Mayor Rob Martin and Councillor Gordie Logan had the pleasure of visiting with students in the Royal Bay Secondary School Lacrosse Academy last week, and the team presented them with an official jersey.

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Dec 14, 2018

Meet Olivia, a student at John Stubbs Elementary School in Colwood who was the lucky winner of an iPad from the BC Office of the Fire Commissioner today. Olivia was one of just six winners in BC!

A contest to promote...

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Dec 5, 2018

Today, the City undertook work on public land in front of property owned by Councillor Cynthia Day. A section of laurel hedge and a portion of a rock wall were removed, leaving a lower retaining wall in place. No trees are being removed. Councillor Day stood in the work area, creating an unsafe situation. When members of the West Shore RCMP asked her to move, she declined. RCMP officers then...

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Nov 29, 2018

These preliminary Council meeting highlights present an overview of selected agenda items only. Please refer to the meeting minutes for full details. In the event that there is a discrepancy between documents, the minutes prevail. We encourage you to get all the details. Read the full agenda on the Colwood website at: www.colwood.ca/...

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Nov 27, 2018

After 27 years of successful public service, the City of Colwood’s Chief Administrative Officer, Ian Howat, has announced his plans to retire on June 30, 2019. Mr. Howat and his wife decided earlier...

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