The Sooke Community Centre Advisory Committee has been established by Council for the purpose of undertaking specific work of Council and providing advice and recommendations to Council (related to the establishment of a Sooke Community Centre). The Committee will work with Council, staff and community groups and will undertake community engagement in all phases.
The Committee will consist of up to fifteen (15) voting members representing local community groups, including but not limited to:
Please join us for a special presentation on climate change this coming Wednesday evening, July 22, at the St. Rose of Lima Church, 2191 Townsend Road at 7 p.m.
Aerospace engineer Dr. Parvez Kumar will reprise the remarkable lecture and audio-visual show he presented at EMCS in May while documenting the extent, unpredictability and accelerating pace of climate change. It's a dramatic, alarming and visually spectacular presentation that will leave you utterly convinced (even more so, at least) about the urgency of taking larger and smaller actions to address the climate crisis.
The Emergency Planning Committee provides recommendations to Council on various Emergency Planning matters including but not restricted to the following:
• Emergency Supplies
• Public Education
• Recruitment and Training
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The Primary Health Care Working Group will be holding a Public Forum to report back on their achievements since the 2013 “A GP for Me” forum, and to discuss current and planned initiatives.
Community members are invited to participate in roundtable discussions on local health care priorities and will learn about opportunities for participation in organizations that are working to build a healthy community.