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Metro Parks rejects pollinator garden proposal

Metro Parks rejects pollinator garden proposal

According to the agenda of the Greater Vancouver Regional District Parks Committee meeting coming up next week, the Bowen Agriculture Alliance (BAA) has been informed that its plan for a proposed Pollinator and Demonstration Garden in Killarney Meado
The commute to Vancouver: A chilled way to start the day

The commute to Vancouver: A chilled way to start the day

Bowen ranked among top places to live by the UK’s Sunday Times

Moving forward with Snug Cove House

Two decades after Bowen Islanders first embraced the idea, a supportive residence for Bowen seniors is a big step closer to reality.
Mid-Life Upgrade of Queen of Capilano on schedule

Mid-Life Upgrade of Queen of Capilano on schedule

Members of the Bowen Island Municipality Transportation Advisory Committee (BIMTAC) met with BC Ferries (BCF) officials on Friday, March 13 (by telephone) for a briefing on the progress of the Queen of Capilano mid-life upgrade (MLU).
Bowen Island to become a gateway to Howe Sound

Bowen Island to become a gateway to Howe Sound

Sea to Sky Marine Trail to open in June, offering accessible route for sea kayakers to explore region
Getting to yes... or no... on your TransLink Ballot

Getting to yes... or no... on your TransLink Ballot

Perspectives from Murray Skeels, Gordon Ganong and David Hocking
Council states opposition to private docks on Cape Roger Curtis

Council states opposition to private docks on Cape Roger Curtis

An insult, an embarrassment, monstrosities… These are a few of the descriptions for the docks built along the shoreline of Cape Roger Curtis written in letters by citizens supporting a series of resolutions made by council on Monday night.
Councillor pushes for Transportation Committee reform

Councillor pushes for Transportation Committee reform

In three weeks time, Bowen Islanders will experience yet another increase in the cost of their ferry trips – this time, by 4.1 percent. Many coastal communities are organizing protests and strategies to show their dissatisfaction with the situation.

Council hears of “benefits” LNG development offers to Bowen Island

On Monday afternoon, mayor and council heard from two delegations who spoke in defense of the development of the Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) industry in British Columbia.

Notes from the Municipal Hall

Checking in with councillors (and the mayor) after 3 months in office