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Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District
INAUGURAL MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2014, 1:30 pm
Regional District Board Room, 3008 Fifth Avenue, Port Alberni, BC
AGENDA
1.
CALL TO ORDER
PAGE #
Recognition of Traditional Territories
Welcome & Introductions – Russell Dyson, CAO
Oaths of Office – Marina Stilinovic,
Administrator, Justice of the Peace
2.
ELECTION OF CHAIRPERSON AND VICE-CHAIRPERSON
Overview of Election Process – Russell Dyson, CAO
3.
APPROVAL OF AGENDA
(motion to approve, including late items required 2/3 majority vote)
4.
DECLARATIONS
(conflict of interest or gifts)
5.
ADOPTION OF MINUTES
a.
Board of Directors Meeting – November 26, 2014
5-14
THAT the minutes of the Board of Directors meeting held on November 26,
2014 be adopted.
6.
PETITIONS, DELEGATIONS & PRESENTATIONS (10 minute maximum)
7.
CORRESPONDENCE FOR ACTION
a.
MEETING BETWEEN THE PREMIER, MINISTER STONE, AND THE
COASTAL REGIONAL DISTRICT CHAIRS GROUP
Powell River Regional District, November 24/14, regarding a meeting
being arranged between the Premier, Minister Stone and Coastal
Regional District Chairs with a request that we forward our new Chair’s
name and email along with the Chair’s availability in the later part of
January for this meeting.
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THAT the Board of Directors authorize the Chair to attend the Coastal Regional
District Chairs Group in 2015.
b.
REQUEST FOR APPOINTMENT
NI 9-1-1, October 20, 2014 regarding Request for Alberni-Clayoquot
Regional District Director Appointment to the NI 9-1-1 Corporation for
2015.
ACRD Board Agenda
December 5 /14
Page 2
16-18
THAT the Board of Directors appoints a Director to the NI 9-1-1 Corporation for
2015.
c.
REQUEST FOR APPOINTMENT
Vancouver Island Regional Library Board, November 17, 2014 regarding
Request for Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District Appointment and
Alternate to the Vancouver Island Regional Library for the year 2015.
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THAT the Board of Director appoint a Director and Alternate Director to the
Vancouver Island Regional Library Board for 2015.
8.
CORRESPONDENCE FOR INFORMATION
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
ASSOCAITION OF VANCOUVER ISLAND AND COASTAL COMMUNITIES
Transport Canada’s Proposed Changes to the Vessel Pollution and
Dangerous Chemical Regulation and Call for PRAC Members
GAS TAX PROGRAM SERVICES
Gas Tax Agreement Community Works Fund Payment
BC TRANSIT
BC Transit Partner Benefits
(BC Transit Advantage News Letter in Directors Mail Slots)
MINISTRY OF HEALTH
Thank you for meeting at UBCM
ISLANDS TRUST
Pleasure Craft Sewage Dumping
20-52
53
54
55
56-60
THAT the Board of Directors receive correspondence for information a-e.
9.
REQUEST FOR DECISIONS & BYLAWS
a.
REQUEST FOR DECISION
Resolution – Signing Authority for Banking Purposes
That the Board of Directors authorize the following signatories for banking
purposes for the Alberni‐Clayoquot Regional District and Alberni‐Clayoquot
Regional Hospital District:
1.
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The following Directors have signing authority:
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i. ________________________, Chairperson
ii. ________________________, Vice‐Chairperson
2.
The following Staff members have signing authority:
i. Russell Dyson, Chief Administrative Officer
ii. Teri Fong, Manager of Finance
iii. Wendy Thomson, Manager of Administrative Services
3.
One of the above Directors are authorized to sign all Regional District
banking documents with one of the above Staff members.
b.
REQUEST FOR DECISION
Reporting – Official Election Results
ACRD Board Agenda
December 5 /14
Page 3
62-71
That the Board of Directors receive the 2014 Declaration of Official Election
Results and Determination of Official Election Results for the following:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
c.
Directors “B” (Beaufort), “C” (Long Beach), “D” (Sproat Lake),
Election by Acclamation
Director, Electoral Area “A” (Bamfield)
Director, Electoral Area “E” (Beaver Creek)
Director, Electoral Area “F” (Cherry Creek) and,
Assent Vote – Sproat Lake Marine Patrol Service Area
Establishment
REQUEST FOR DECISION
2015-2019 ACRD and ACRHD Financial Plan Meeting Schedule
72-73
THAT the Board of Directors approve the proposed meeting schedule for the
2015 – 2019 Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District Financial Plan and the 2015
Regional Hospital District Budget.
d.
REQUEST FOR DECISION
Finance Warrant No. 547
74-110
That the Board of Directors approves Finance Warrant Number 547 in the
amount of $718,532.27 dated November 30, 2014.
e.
REQUEST FOR DECISION
Transportation Committee
111-113
THAT the Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District Board of Directors confirm the
terms of reference and appoint the 2015 Transportation Committee as outlined
in the CAO’s December 2, 2014 report.
f.
REQUEST FOR DECISION
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Electric Fence Tender Results – Alberni Valley Landfill
(late item to be circulated)
10.
PLANNING MATTERS
11.
REPORTS
12.1
STAFF REPORTS
a.
Staff Action Items Report – December 5, 2014
b.
Building Inspectors Report – November 2014
THAT the Board of Directors receives the Staff Reports a-b.
12.2
COMMITTEE REPORTS
12.3
OTHER REPORTS
13.
UNFINISHED BUSINESS
14.
LATE BUSINESS
15.
QUESTION PERIOD
16.
IN CAMERA
Motion to close the meeting to discuss matters relating to:
i.
Litigation or potential litigation affecting the Regional District;
ii.
labour or other employee relations;
iii.
purchase or sale of land or improvements, disclosure of which the Board
considers could be harmful to the Regional District’s interests.
17.
RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE BOARD FROM IN-CAMERA
18.
ADJOURN
Next Board of Directors Meeting:
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Wednesday, January 14, 2015, 1:30 pm
ACRD Board Agenda
December 5 /14
Page 4
114-118
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Alberni‐Clayoquot Regional District MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING HELD ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1:30 PM Regional District Board Room, 3008 Fifth Avenue, Port Alberni, BC DIRECTORS PRESENT: Cindy Solda, Chairperson, City of Port Alberni Penny Cote, Vice‐Chair, Electoral Area “D” (Sproat Lake) Eric Geall, Electoral Area “A” (Bamfield) Mike Kokura, Electoral Area “B” (Beaufort) Tony Bennett, Electoral Area “C” (Long Beach) John McNabb, Electoral Area “E” (Beaver Creek) Lucas Banton, Electoral Area “F” (Cherry Creek) John Jack, Councillor, Huu‐ay‐aht First Nation Jack McLeman, Councillor, City of Port Alberni Josie Osborne, Mayor, District of Tofino Alan McCarthy, Member of Legislature, Yuułuʔiłʔatḥ Government Wilfred Cootes, Councillor, Uchucklesaht Tribe Government Bill Irving, Mayor, District of Ucluelet REGRETS: STAFF PRESENT: Russell Dyson, Chief Administrative Officer Teri Fong, Manager of Finance Wendy Thomson, Manager of Administrative Services 1. CALL TO ORDER The Chairperson called the meeting to order at 1:30 pm. The Chair recognized the meeting this afternoon is being held in the Tseshaht First Nation and the Hupacasath First Nation Traditional Territories. 2. APPROVAL OF AGENDA MOVED: Director Kokura SECONDED: Director McNabb THAT the agenda be approved as circulated with the addition of the Long Beach Airport Advisory Committee Minutes dated October 9, 2014. CARRIED 3. DECLARATIONS 4. ADOPTION OF MINUTES 5
ACRD Board Meeting Minutes November 26 /14 Page 2 a. Board of Directors Meeting – November 13, 2014 MOVED: SECONDED: Director Cote Director Kokura THAT the minutes of the Board of Directors meeting held on November 13, 2014 be adopted. CARRIED b. Long Beach Airport Advisory Committee – October 9, 2014 MOVED: SECONDED: Director McLeman Director Osborne THAT the minutes of the Long Beach Airport Advisory Committee meeting held on October 9, 2014 be adopted. CARRIED 5. PETITIONS, DELEGATIONS & PRESENTATIONS a. Inspector Mac Richards, Officer In Charge, Port Alberni Detachment, RCMP regarding the Port Alberni RCMP Report for October 2014. The Inspector providing a brief overview of the October 2014 policing report. Impaired driving is still a concern for the local detachment. Director Bennett entered the meeting at 1:34 pm. b. Adriane Schroeder (via phone), Tanis Dagert, Alberni‐Clayoquot Health Network regarding Presentation of Report on Accessible and Affordable Transportation Study in the Alberni‐Clayoquot Regional District. Delegation postponed until January 2015. c. Barb Stevenson, Port Alberni Better at Home Program/Alberni Valley Assisted Living Society regarding Presentation of the Proposed Community Shuttle Program. Ms. Stevens provided an overview of the Port Alberni Better at Home Program and their proposed community shuttle program. The program has identified gaps in transportation services for seniors in the region. The ACHN recently funded the Accessible and Affordable Transportation Study in the ACRD. The study also identified the need for expanded local transportation options for seniors. Ms. Stevens reported on the PA Better at Home Program fundraiser project they have initiating two passenger 6
ACRD Board Meeting Minutes November 26 /14 Page 3 vans for the Alberni Valley. She requested the ACRD to partner in implementing this project. Director Jack entered the meeting at 1:57 pm. MOVED: Director McNabb SECONDED: Director Osborne THAT the ACRD Board of Directors refer the Community Shuttle Program proposal from the Port Alberni Better at Home Program to the Alberni‐Clayoquot Health Network requesting the Network form a sub‐committee to investigate options for moving forward on this proposal in a coordinated effort. CARRIED 6. CORRESPONDENCE FOR ACTION a. Correspondence dated November 18, 2014 from Local Government Leadership Academy regarding Elected Officials Seminar for Association of Vancouver Island and Coastal Communities scheduled for January 27‐
29, 2015 or January 28‐30, 2015, Tigh‐Na‐Mara Resort, Parksville, BC. MOVED: SECONDED: Director McLeman Director McNabb THAT any Regional District Directors that have not participated in the LGLA training be authorized to attend the session in 2015. CARRIED b. Correspondence dated November 19, 2014 from the Association of Vancouver Island and Coastal Communities regarding request for nominations for Interim Director at Large. MOVED: SECONDED: Director Kokura Director Banton THAT the ACRD Board of Directors nominate Director Osborne as an interim Director at Large on the Association of Vancouver Island Coastal Communities. CARRIED c. Correspondence dated November 19, 2014 from the Westcoast Forest Society regarding a request for support for restoration within the English Cove Watershed. MOVED: Director Bennett 7
ACRD Board Meeting Minutes November 26 /14 Page 4 SECONDED: Director Kokura THAT the Board of Directors provide a letter of support to the Central Westcoast Forest Society for the Restoration within the English Cove Watershed and request staff to explore possible funding options. CARRIED d. Correspondence dated November 19, 2014 from the Toquaht Nation regarding a request for a letter of support for a Water Power Development Plan. MOVED: SECONDED: Director Bennett Director Geall THAT the Board of Directors forward a letter to the Toquaht Nation supporting the Toquaht Nation’s Water Power Development Plan Project. CARRIED 7. CORRESPONDENCE FOR INFORMATION a. b. c. d. ASSOCIATION OF VANCOUVER ISLAND AND COASTAL COMMUNITIES Private Managed Forest Lands Update ISLAND COASTAL ECONOMIC TRUST Food Hub Will Help Grow New Business on Texada ISLAND TRUST Public Consultation re Coastal Ferry Contract for Performance Term 4 (2016‐2020) MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTAION AND INFRASTRUCTURE Thank you from Minister Stone for Meeting at UBCM regarding Highway Connecting Port Alberni to Highway 19 Thank you from Parliamentary Secretary Jordon Sturdy for Meeting this Past September MOVED: SECONDED: Director Kokura Director McLeman THAT the Board of Directors receives a – d correspondence for information. CARRIED 8. REQUEST FOR DECISIONS & BYLAWS a. 8
Request for Decision regarding 2014 to 2018 Financial Plan Amendment Bylaw. ACRD Board Meeting Minutes November 26 /14 Page 5 MOVED: SECONDED: Director Geall Director McNabb THAT the Alberni‐Clayoquot Regional District Board of Directors give first reading to the bylaw cited as “2014 to 2018 Financial Plan Amendment Bylaw No. F1109‐1”. CARRIED MOVED: SECONDED: Director Geall Director McNabb THAT the Alberni‐Clayoquot Regional District Board of Directors give second reading to the bylaw cited as “2014 to 2018 Financial Plan Amendment Bylaw No. F1109‐1”. CARRIED MOVED: SECONDED: Director Geall Director Cote THAT the Alberni‐Clayoquot Regional District Board of Directors give third reading to the bylaw cited as “2014 to 2018 Financial Plan Amendment Bylaw No. F1109‐1”. CARRIED MOVED: SECONDED: Director Geall Director Jack THAT the Alberni‐Clayoquot Regional District Board of Directors adopt bylaw cited as “2014 to 2018 Financial Plan Amendment Bylaw No. F1109‐1”. CARRIED b. Request for Decision regarding Coastal Community Credit Union Lease. MOVED: Director Kokura SECONDED: Director McNabb THAT the Board of Directors approve an extension to the Coastal Community Credit Union Lease under the same terms and conditions for a 15 month period ending November 30, 2016. CARRIED c. Request for Decision regarding Franklin River Road Fire Protection – Temporary Extension of Service Agreement. 9
ACRD Board Meeting Minutes November 26 /14 Page 6 MOVED: SECONDED: Director Banton Director Kokura THAT the Board of Directors approve an extension to the Franklin River Road Service Area Fire Protection Agreement with the City of Port Alberni under the same terms and conditions on a month to month basis for a period not exceeding six months and authorize the Chairperson and Chief Administrative Officer to sign the extension agreement. CARRIED d. Request for Decision regarding Regional District Leak Policy. MOVED: Director Geall SECONDED: Director McNabb THAT the Board of Directors rescind the Bamfield Water System Leak Policy dated October 26, 2011. CARRIED MOVED: Director McNabb SECONDED: Director Bennett THAT the Board of Directors rescind the Beaver Creek Improvement District Overage Policy dated June 16, 2003. CARRIED MOVED: Director McNabb SECONDED: Director Geall THAT the Board of Directors adopt the new Leak Policy for the Bamfield and Beaver Creek Water Systems dated November 26, 2014 as presented. CARRIED e. Request for Decision regarding Bylaw E1057, Sproat Lake Marine Patrol Service Area Establishment, 2014. MOVED: SECONDED: Director Cote Director McNabb THAT the Alberni‐Clayoquot Regional District Board of Directors adopt Bylaw E1057, Sproat Lake Marine Patrol Service Area Establishment, 2014. CARRIED Director Kokura and Director McNabb voted in the negative. 10
ACRD Board Meeting Minutes November 26 /14 Page 7 f. Request for Decision regarding cancellation of the ‘Non‐Exclusive Licence of Use’ for lands surrounding the Alberni Valley Regional Airport. MOVED: SECONDED: Director McNabb Director Kokura THAT the Alberni‐Clayoquot Regional District Board of Directors cancel the ‘Non ‐ Exclusive Licence of Use’ with Greenmax Resources to manage the ACRD private lands surrounding the Alberni Valley Regional Airport’ effective December 31, 2014, and approve the compensation payout of $6600 to Greenmax Resources. CARRIED MOVED: Director Kokura SECONDED: Director Banton THAT the ACRD Board of Directors forward a letter of thanks to Greenmax Resources for their services at the AV Regional Airport. CARRIED 9. PLANNING MATTERS 10. REPORTS 10.1 STAFF REPORTS a.
Staff Action Items Report – November 21, 2014 MOVED: Director Kokura SECONDED: Director Osborne THAT the Board of Directors receives the Staff Action Items Report. CARRIED b.
Meeting Schedule – December 2014 MOVED: SECONDED: Director Bennett Director Cote THAT the Board of Directors receives December 2014 Meeting Schedule. CARRIED c.
Building Inspector’s Report – October 2014 MOVED: Director Bennett SECONDED: Director Cote 11
ACRD Board Meeting Minutes November 26 /14 Page 8 THAT the Board of Directors receives the October 2014 Building Inspectors Report. CARRIED Financial Statement – October 2014 d. MOVED: Director Bennett SECONDED: Director Jack THAT the Board of Director receives the October 2014 Financial Statement. CARRIED MOVED: SECONDED: Director Bennett Director Cote THAT the ACRD Board of Directors request AVICC to proceed with arranging a reconciliation meeting in conjunction with the 2015 AVICC Convention. CARRIED 10.2 COMMITTEE REPORTS 10.3 MEMBER REPORTS a. 9‐1‐1 Corporation – C. Solda – No Report b. Vancouver Island Regional Library ‐ P. Cote – No Report c. Central West Coast Forest Society – T. Bennett Director Bennett reported that the Society conducted a volunteer session at Twin Rivers over the weekend. d.
Emergency Planning – J. McNabb/P. Cote/M. Kokura/C. Solda – No Report e. Alberni Valley Chamber of Commerce – C. Solda – No Report f. Coastal Communities Network – T. Bennett/B. Irving/C. Solda Director Bennett provided a brief update on the Network. In January they will contact those governments who are interested in the CCN and arrange a teleconference to discuss the future of the Network. g. West Island Woodlands Advisory Group – J. Jack/L. Banton Director Banton reported on the recent WIWAG meeting. h. 12
Island Coastal Economic Trust – C. Solda – No Report ACRD Board Meeting Minutes November 26 /14 Page 9 i. Air Quality Council, Port Alberni – J. McNabb – No Report j. West Coast Aquatic Board – T. Bennett Director Bennett reported the Board is finalizing their spacial plans. A meeting was held on Monday with DFO to discuss their continued involvement on the Board. k. Association of Vancouver Island & Coastal Communities – C. Solda – No Report l. Beaver Creek Water Advisory Committee – J. McNabb – No Report m. Other Reports Director Bennett reported on concerns with an air quality advisory issued in the region on November 14th. On November 13th there was a large number of industrial slash burns going on and a high air quality advisory was put out the following day. Director Bennett contacted Earle Plain, Monitoring, Air Quality Section, Compliance and Stewardship, Environmental Protection with concerns that the high advisory was directly related to the industrial slash burn and a change in weather. Mr. Plain agreed the burn permit should have been rescinded taking into account the change in weather. He further advised that he would investigate possible policy changes with the Ministry of Forests. MOVED: Director Bennett SECONDED: Director McNabb THAT the ACRD Board of Directors forward a letter to Earle Plain, Environmental Protection reiterating the discussion with Director Bennett and request they keep the Regional District up to date on any changes in policy with regards to industrial slash burning taking into account long term weather forecasts. MOVED: Director Kokura SECONDED: Director McNabb THAT the Board of Directors receive the Member Reports. CARRIED 11. UNFINISHED BUSINESS The ACRD Board of Directors recognized and thanked outgoing Chairperson Cindy Solda and outgoing Directors Eric Geall and Bill Irving for their service on the ACRD Board. 12. LATE BUSINESS 13. QUESTION PERIOD 13
ACRD Board Meeting Minutes November 26 /14 Page 10 14. IN‐CAMERA MOVED: SECONDED: Director Kokura Director McLeman THAT the meeting be closed to the public to discuss matters relating to: i. Labour and other employee relations. CARRIED The meeting was closed to the public at 2:49 pm. The meeting was re‐opened to the public at 3:10 pm. 15. RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE BOARD FROM IN‐CAMERA 16. ADJOURN MOVED: Director McNabb SECONDED: Director Bennett THAT this meeting be adjourned at 3:10 pm. CARRIED Certified Correct: _________________________________ Cindy N. Solda, Chairperson 14
________________________________ Russell Dyson, Chief Administrative Officer rom: Brenda Paquin [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: November-24-14 2:15 PM
To: Al Radke; Darla Blake, Central Coast CAO; Debra Oakman, Comox Valley CAO; Greg Fletcher, Mt.
Waddington CAO; John France, Sunshine Coast CAO; Linda Adams, Islands Trust CAO; Linda Burgoyne,
Administrative Coordinator,Nanaimo RD; Paul Thorkelsson, Nanaimo CAO; Russ Hotsenpiller, Strathcona
CAO; Russell Dyson; Skeena-Queen Charlotte CAO; TeresaWarnes, Executive Assistant, Comox Valley
RD; Tom Yates, Strathcona RD CorporateAdministrator; Treace Alton, Capital RD ExecutiveAssistant;
Tricia Bowen, Metro Vancouver ExecutiveAssistant; Warren Jones, Cowichan ValleyCAO
Subject: Meeting for Coastal RD Chairs with Premier Clark and Minister Stone
Importance: High
Good afternoon,
As a follow up from the UBCM Convention, Chair Palmer has been contacted by Minister Stone’s office
to schedule a meeting with the Premier, Minister Stone and the Coastal RD Chairs. This meeting will be
scheduled for some time after January 12th. Confirmation on that meeting date and time are pending.
I have been assisting the Coastal RD Chairs group since their inception. What I need to know moving
forward is who your new Chairs are. To that end, I would appreciate receiving confirmation of your
Chairs name and email address at your earliest opportunity.
I would also appreciate some indication of what dates your Chair would be available to attend a meeting
in the later part of January, 2015 in Vancouver with the Coastal RD Chairs group, the Premier and
Minister Stone. Thank you.
Brenda Paquin
Manager of Administrative Services
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North Island 9-1-1 Corporation
serving the regional districts of Alberni-Clayoquot, Comox Valley,
Mt. Waddington, Nanaimo (School District #69),
Powell River, and Strathcona
File:9-Corp
October 20, 2014
Sent via email: [email protected]
Alberni Clayoquot Regional District
3008 – 5th Avenue
Port Alberni, B.C.
V9Y 2E3
Attention: Corporate officer
Dear Sir:
Re:
2015 external organization appointment
This is to formally request the appointment, of an Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District (ACRD)
director to the North Island 9-1-1 board of directors for 2015 calendar year. Currently Director
Cindy Solda is the board member representing the ACRD. From a business continuity perspective
it is critical that the ACRD make an appointment at the inaugural board meeting. This will ensure
the NI 9-1-1 Corporation has a board of directors in place to its annual general meeting (AGM).
As an introduction to the appointed director, we are pleased to provide the following information,
much of which can be found on the NI 9-1-1 website www.ni911.ca.
The North Island 9-1-1 Corporation (NI 9-1-1) was established on January 5, 1995 and registered in
the Province of BC under the Business Corporations Act in 1995. The articles of the corporation were
amended in February 2013. The purpose of the corporation is to provide and manage emergency
9-1-1 services to the Comox Valley Regional District, the Strathcona Regional District and the
Regional Districts of Mt. Waddington and Alberni-Clayoquot and a portion (School District No. 69)
of the Nanaimo Regional District. The Powell River Regional District (excluding Lasqueti Island)
joined the service June 1999, by way of a shareholder agreement (attached).
Each shareholder annually appoints a director to represent their respective regional district on the NI
9-1-1 board of directors.
The primary duties of the North Island 9-1-1 Corporation board are to manage the assets of the
corporation specifically:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Through the secretary of the corporation establish and approve a yearly operating budget.
Approve all capital expenditures for additions to or replacement of system components.
Maintain an agreement with the E-Comm to provide initial call answering for 9-1-1 calls.
Approve all new or revised operational policies and procedures and ensure they are followed.
Resolve any jurisdictional disputes and or operational disputes between participating agencies or
regional districts.
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600 Comox Road, Courtenay, B.C. V9N 3P6
Telephone (250) 334-6000 • Fax No. (250) 334-4358
TOLL FREE: 1-800-331-6007
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6. Operate and maintain a fire dispatch and mapping system used for the dispatch of 49 fire
departments covering a geographic area of approximately 40,000 square miles.
7. Oversee and manage an agreement for fire dispatching services with the City of Campbell River.
Approvals are on a weighted vote based on the number of common shares:
Comox Valley Regional District
Regional District of Nanaimo
Strathcona Regional District
Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District
Powell River Regional District
Mt. Waddington Regional District
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Duties of directors and access to information.
The service provided by the NI 9-1-1 Corporation are of a sensitive nature and system security is as
integral as is public safety. There are many systems and precautions in place to ensure the safety and
security of the 9-1-1 service. This includes but is not limited to access to information.
While there is no obligation to distribute information other than what is required under the Business
Corporations Act, the Corporation does as a matter of courtesy share as much information with the
shareholder regional districts as is practical, without jeopardizing the integrity of the service. On
February 8, 2013 the ‘shareholder access to corporate records’ policy (attached) was adopted.
We look forward to hearing back from the ACRD regarding the appointment.
Sincerely,
D. Oakman
Debra Oakman, CMA
Secretary
Enclosure - Shareholder access to corporate records policy
North Island 9-1-1
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Policy
NORTH ISLAND 9-1-1 CORPORATION
TITLE:
Date of
Revision:
Revisions:
Shareholder Access to Corporate Records
January 22, 2013
PAGE 1 of 1
Approved by:
NI 9-1-1 Board
Effective Date:
February 8, 2013
Purpose
1.
The purpose of this policy is to identify the manner in which shareholders will access
corporate records of the North Island 9-1-1 Corporation.
Scope
2.
The scope of this policy relates to corporate records of the North Island 9-1-1 Corporation
(NI 9-1-1) including:
a.
Agenda packages, including staff reports, of directors’ meetings or committees of
directors;
b.
Minutes of directors’ meetings or committees of directors;
c.
Directors consent resolutions (and those of committees of directors);
d.
Written disclosures made to the directors regarding conflicts of interest;
e.
Written disclosure of financial assistance; and
f.
Written dissents to resolutions of directors.
Confidential materials
3.
Special attention is paid to the preparation of materials, in particular for board agendas,
minutes and associated staff reports, to ensure that any matters falling under section 90 of
the Community Charter (meetings that may or must be closed to the public) are noted as being
confidential and included on closed agendas and/or minutes.
Records distribution
4.
(1)
Annually, and as required, records relating to the performance of directors including
disclosures and consent/dissent resolutions are to be provided to all NI 9-1-1
shareholders.
(2)
Following each board meeting, the public agenda packages and public minutes are to
be provided to all NI 9-1-1 shareholders.
(3)
Where the NI 9-1-1 board considers confidential materials, a board resolution is
required to provide such materials to the NI 9-1-1 shareholders.
(4)
Only those records that are provided to NI 9-1-1 shareholders and are deemed to be
public by NI 9-1-1 may be made available to the public.
Shareholder interests
5.
Shareholders may request additional information from their NI 9-1-1 representative, the NI
9-1-1 president or corporate secretary care of the Comox Valley Regional District at any
time. Such requests will be responded to in as timely a fashion as possible.
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Vancouver Island Regional Library
Administration
Box 3333 | 6250 Hammond Bay Road
Nanaimo, BC Canada V9R 5N3
t: 250.758.4697 f: 250.758.2482
e: [email protected] w: www.virl.bc.ca
November 17, 2014
Original sent via email
Chair Cindy Solda
Alberni – Clayoquot Regional District
3008 Fifth Avenue
Port Alberni, BC V9Y 2E3
Dear Chair Solda,
Re: Appointment to the 2015 Vancouver Island Regional Library Board
With the new year approaching, it is time to consider your representation on the Board of Trustees
of Vancouver Island Regional Library − the fourth largest library system in British Columbia that
serves more than 410,000 residents on Vancouver Island, Haida Gwaii, and Bella Coola on the
Central Coast. Vancouver Island Regional Library enhances lives through universal access to
knowledge, lifelong learning, and literacy in the communities we serve.
As per the British Columbia Library Act, “each municipality and/or regional district that is party to
the regional library district must, by resolution, appoint a representative and an alternate
representative each December at the first meeting of the municipal council or regional district
board. A member of the library board holds office for a term of one year: January 1 - December
31, or for the remainder of the year for which the appointment is made. A member is eligible for
reappointment, but no member may serve for more than eight consecutive years. Reappointment
of sitting members is encouraged in the interest of continuity…”
Provincial legislation requires certified resolutions to be submitted to Vancouver Island Regional
Library by December 15, 2014. I enclose 2015 appointment forms for a Board member and
alternate member to ensure we have accurate contact information. VIRL Board of Trustees
requires its members to complete a Statement of Financial Disclosure on an annual basis and to
that end I enclose forms to be completed by your member and alternate member representatives.
A copy of the form completed for municipal purposes is also acceptable.
Please complete the enclosed forms and return along with a copy of the certified
resolution by December 15, 2014 to the attention of Heather Mink Zuvich, Executive
Assistant, by mail, email: [email protected] or fax: 250.758.2482.
If you require additional information, please contact Ms. Mink Zuvich by phone: 250-729-2310 or
email. Thank you for your continued support of Vancouver Island Regional Library!
Sincerely,
Rosemary Bonanno, BA MLS
Executive Director
Cc:
Russell Dyson, CAO
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From: Iris Hesketh-Boles [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Monday, November 24, 2014 9:15 AM
Subject: Transport Canada's Proposed Changes to the Vessel Pollution and Dangerous Chemical
Regulation & Call for PRAC Members
Please forward to elected officials and the CAO.
The following and attached is information that will be of specific interest to AVICC members. It has been
forwarded from Tansport Canada by Marylyn Chiang, Senior Policy Analyst, Environment & Healthy
Communities Committee, Union of BC Municipalities:
1) TC’s Consultation on Vessel Pollution and Dangerous Chemicals Regulation
We have received a request to provide feedback on Transport Canada’s proposed changes to the
Vessel Pollution and Dangerous Chemicals Regulation.
Essentially, Transport Canada is considering changes to the Vessel Pollution and Dangerous
Chemicals regulations in an effort to update requirements to reflect new international standards;
respond to technical issues raised by stakeholders; and to make minor adjustments to the regulation.
Key amendments include:
•New annual tanker inspections
•New provisions for oil barges
•New standards for managing garbage
•Changes to discharge requirements for sewage
•Consequential amendments for administrative monetary penalties and ticketing
There are some positive changes, such as annual inspections for tankers, and some potentially
contentious ones, such as removing the requirement for boats under a certain size to have double
hulls.
Attached are the consultation documents.
Local governments should provide their feedback, by January 9th, 2015 to:
Paul Topping
Manager, Environmental Protection
Transport Canada, Marine Safety and Security
330 Sparks St, Ottawa, Ontario, K1A 0N8
Tel 613-991-3168 Fax 613-993-8196
Email [email protected]
Please cc your response to:
- Paul Mudroch, Senior Environmental Advisor, Transport Canada, same address as above, email:
[email protected]
- Marylyn Chiang, Senior Policy Advisor, UBCM [email protected]
2) Call for Members on PRAC
Transport Canada is looking for new members for their Pacific Regional Advisory Council (PRAC)
on Oil Spill Preparedness and Response. The existing membership on PRAC will expire at the end of
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December 2014. Transport Canada is looking for expressions of interest to fill these positions and to
establish an eligibility list for future vacancies.
The PRAC, a key part of Canada’s preparedness and response system since 1995 is an advisory
group comprised of up to seven members, who are appointed by the Minister of Transport to
represent the communities and interests potentially affected by a ship source marine oil spill. In this
role, PRAC provides the opportunity for members to discuss regional issues and provide advice to
the Minister of Transport on oil spill preparedness and response.
For more information, please see the attached document on PRAC. They are looking for staff level
members (as opposed to elected officials). PRAC members can be from municipalities, the fishing
and aquaculture sector, shipping, etc, however, there is no one on the current Council that
represents community interests. So, I would encourage you to apply for one of these seats.
The deadline for this is December 1, but we are looking to get an extension on this so they receive
more applicants from LGs in BC.
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Iris Hesketh-Boles
Executive Coordinator
Association of Vancouver Island & Coastal Communities (AVICC)
525 Government St, Victoria, BC V8V 0A8
Tel: 250-356-5122 Fax: 250-356-5119
EM: [email protected]
avicc.ca
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Oil Spill Council Seeks New Members
Interested UBCM members are invited to apply for a seat on Transport Canada’s
Pacific Regional Advisory Council (PRAC) on Oil Spill Preparedness and
Response.
Article
Interested UBCM members are invited to apply for a seat on Transport Canada’s
Pacific Regional Advisory Council (PRAC) on Oil Spill Preparedness and
Response.
The existing membership on PRAC will expire at the end of December 2014.
Transport Canada is looking for expressions of interest to fill these positions and
to establish an eligibility list for future vacancies.
The PRAC, a key part of Canada’s preparedness and response system since 1995
is an advisory group comprised of up to seven members, who are appointed by
the Minister of Transport to represent the communities and interests potentially
affected by a ship source marine oil spill. In this role, PRAC provides the
opportunity for members to discuss regional issues and provide advice to the
Minister of Transport on oil spill preparedness and response.
PRAC members are considered for appointment to the council for terms not to
exceed three years and meet approximately twice annually in Vancouver or other
coastal BC communities. Participation is voluntary and members are expected to
represent the interests of their community and/or organization.
The PRAC can include, but is not limited to, representatives from:
• Municipalities
• Fishing and aquaculture interests
• Environmental interests
• Aboriginal interests
• Port authorities
• Business and business associations
• Shipping interests and oil handling facilities
• Representatives from academia, marine law and related disciplines
If you are interested in becoming a member of PRAC, submit your resume along
with a description of how you can contribute to Canada’s marine oil spill
preparedness and response regime. Please send this information by December 1,
2014 to:
Transport Canada Marine Safety and Security
Pacific Regional Advisory Council Secretariat
501-1230 Government Street,
Victoria, British Columbia, V8W 3M4
Email: [email protected]
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DRAFT September 22, 2014 POTENTIAL CHANGES TO THE VESSEL POLLUTION AND DANGEROUS CHEMICALS REGULATIONS (SOR/ 2012-­‐69) Table of Contents Introduction ................................................................................................................................................. 2 Arctic Waters Pollution Prevention Act and shipping safety control zones ................................................. 2 Government vessels (subsection 3(3)) ........................................................................................................ 3 Canadian Vessels in Special Areas with respect to sewage ......................................................................... 4 Relationship of the Regulations to marine protected areas in Canada ....................................................... 5 Use and carriage of heavy fuel oils in the Antarctic waters ........................................................................ 6 Annual tanker inspections ........................................................................................................................... 6 Provisions for oil barges .............................................................................................................................. 7 Clarifications of application of sewage provisions to pleasure craft ........................................................... 9 Delete “sewage sludge” from definition of holding tank ............................................................................ 9 Discharge requirements for sewage ............................................................................................................ 9 Allowance for vessels to use composting toilets ....................................................................................... 10 Addition of new designated sewage areas ................................................................................................ 10 Implementing new IMO standards for managing garbage ........................................................................ 11 Managing cargo residues in the Great Lakes and St Lawrence ................................................................. 13 Provisions controlling emissions of nitrogen oxides .................................................................................. 14 Retention fuel samples for short run vessels ............................................................................................ 14 CONSEQUENTIAL AMENDMENTS FOR ADMINISTRATIVE MONETARY PENALTIES AND TICKETING .......... 15 1
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DRAFT September 22, 2014 POTENTIAL CHANGES TO THE VESSEL POLLUTION AND DANGEROUS CHEMICALS REGULATIONS (SOR/ 2012-­‐69) Introduction This document sets out potential changes to the Vessel Pollution and Dangerous Chemicals Regulations
(SOR/ 2012-69) (the Regulations) and the rationales for these changes.
The Regulations implement in Canada the standards of the International Convention for the Prevention of
Pollution from Ships, also known as MARPOL. Many of the changes to the Regulations simply
implement changes to MARPOL and its supporting standards. The International Maritime Organization’s
Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) administers MARPOL and its supporting standards,
revising them from time to time. These changes made by MEPC are set out as MEPC resolutions, which
are cited in this document and can be found at the IMO’s online Knowledge Centre at:
http://www.imo.org/KnowledgeCentre/IndexofIMOResolutions/Pages/Marine-Environment-ProtectionCommittee-(MEPC).aspx
Please note, the IMO’s web site is in English only, for French text of an MEPC resolution, or other IMO
document, please contact us at [email protected]
Other changes to the Regulations seek to address issues that have come to Transport Canada’s attention
through experience with their implementation or from comments by stakeholders. These potential
changes are set out in order of the provisions of the Regulations.
As well, potential amendments to the Administrative Monetary Penalties and Notices (CSA 2001)
Regulations (SOR/2008-97) and tickets under the Contraventions Regulations (SOR/96-313) are also
highlighted.
Arctic Waters Pollution Prevention Act and shipping safety control zones Issue
The Regulations do not apply discharge requirements in shipping safety control zones under the Arctic
Waters Pollution Prevention Act (AWPPA), but the AWPPA’s jurisdiction applies to arctic waters, which
extends beyond shipping safety control zones and is defined as
“arctic waters” means the internal waters of Canada and the waters of the territorial sea of
Canada and the exclusive economic zone of Canada, within the area enclosed by the 60th
parallel of north latitude, the 141st meridian of west longitude and the outer limit of the exclusive
economic zone; however, where the international boundary between Canada and Greenland is
less than 200 nautical miles from the baselines of the territorial sea of Canada, the international
boundary shall be substituted for that outer limit;
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DRAFT September 22, 2014 POTENTIAL CHANGES TO THE VESSEL POLLUTION AND DANGEROUS CHEMICALS REGULATIONS (SOR/ 2012-­‐69) This has led to concern on the Regulations applying discharge requirements in waters outside of shipping
safety control zones that still fall in the jurisdiction of the AWPPA. Of note, Section I and II waters are
defined as
“Section I waters” means fishing zone 1, fishing zone 2, fishing zone 3 and
(a) for the purposes of Division 1 of Part 2, any other portion of the internal waters of
Canada that is not in arctic waters; and
(b) for the purposes of Divisions 4, 5 and 7 of Part 2, any other portion of the internal
waters of Canada that is not in a shipping safety control zone.
“Section II waters” means waters under Canadian jurisdiction that are not in
(a) fishing zone 1, fishing zone 2, fishing zone 3 or any other portion of the internal
waters of Canada; or
(b) arctic waters.
Suggested change
To section 3 of the Regulations (Application), add a new subsection (5) that all sections that set out
authorized discharges would not apply in arctic waters as defined under the AWPPA. From this change
the definitions of Section I and II waters also need to be adjusted.
Government vessels (subsection 3(3)) Issue
The Regulations exempt government vessels in subsections 3(3) and (4), which read as
(3) Sections 187 and 189 of the Act and these Regulations do not apply in respect of government
vessels.
(4) These Regulations, other than sections 5, 30, 31, 101 and 102, do not apply in respect of
vessels that are owned or operated by a foreign state when they are being used only in
government non-commercial service.
This implements an obligation under Article 3(3) of MARPOL to exempt government vessels on noncommercial service. However, the text in section 3(3) of the Regulations exempts all government vessels,
which are defined in the Canada Shipping Act, 2001 (the Act) as
“government vessel” means a vessel that is owned by and is in the service of Her Majesty in right
of Canada or a province or that is in the exclusive possession of Her Majesty in that right.
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same meaning as being “used only in government non-commercial service”. For example, a Transport
Canada owned ferry –which is in commercial service– could still be considered as a government vessel
as the service could still be reasonably viewed as “in the service of Her Majesty” despite the intent that
such a vessel should not be exempt as it is on commercial service.
Suggested change
Subsection 3(3) of the Regulations would be amended to refer to government vessels used only in noncommercial service.
Canadian Vessels in Special Areas with respect to sewage Issue
“Special Areas” are designated under MARPOL to provide greater protection than normally provided
under MARPOL for specific areas in the waters under the jurisdiction a country or group of countries.
Special Areas may be proposed for environmental, social or cultural reasons. These are similar to
Particularly Sensitive Sea Areas, which cover issues generally outside of MARPOL. The process to
establish either a Special Area or Particularly Sensitive Sea Area is largely the same and is set out in IMO
Guidelines for the designation of special areas under MARPOL 73/78 and guidelines for the identification
and designation of particularly sensitive sea areas (IMO Assembly Resolution A.927(22)).
Amendments to MARPOL under Resolution MEPC.200(62) created a new Special Area under Annex IV
to MARPOL for the Baltic Sea that impose stringent controls for passenger vessels to manage nitrates and
phosphates in sewage as a measure to address concerns on eutrophication –the rapid growth of algae
which depletes water of oxygen and impacts other living things in the water. This Special Area is not yet
in force, but has conditions for the coming into force linked to the availability of facilities and technology
to manage nitrates and phosphates in sewage. Canadian passenger vessels in the area at that time would
need to comply and as a Party to Annex IV, Canada has an obligation to ensure its vessels do so.
Suggested change
Add a new subsection (4) to section 7 of the Regulations to the effect that
on or after a date set in accordance with regulation 13.4 of Annex IV to MARPOL, a Canadian
vessel, and a person on a Canadian vessel, must not discharge sewage in the Baltic Sea Special
Area except in accordance with the requirements of regulation 11.3 of Annex IV to MARPOL or
in the circumstances set out in section 5 that apply in respect of the discharge.
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DRAFT September 22, 2014 POTENTIAL CHANGES TO THE VESSEL POLLUTION AND DANGEROUS CHEMICALS REGULATIONS (SOR/ 2012-­‐69) Relationship of the Regulations to marine protected areas in Canada Issue
The Government of Canada has established marine protected areas, where in some cases discharges from
vessels are prohibited. Such areas may be established under the Oceans Act, the Canada National Marine
Conservation Areas Act, and the Canada Wildlife Act. For information on the development and overall
coordination of marine protected areas in Canada please see: http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/oceans/planning/marineprotection-protectionmarine/index-eng.htm#network
It is important to note that not all such protected areas deal with impacts of vessel discharges, as many
marine protected areas may seek to address other issues, for example the Endeavour Hydrothermal Vents
Marine Protected Area was established for the protection of rare geological formations on the sea floor in
a specific area on the West Coast.
For marine protected areas that do require a level of protection from vessel discharges, the Regulations,
should provide some measures. Of note, owing to the extensive consultations to establish these areas and
their national importance, many in the marine industry already proactively avoid these areas or avoid
discharging in these areas.
Route restrictions, such as areas to avoid, fall under other regulations of the Canada Shipping Act, 2001,
and are not the purview of the Regulations. Discharges of wastes from vessels, however, fall under the
mandate of the Regulations.
Suggested changes
Under the Regulations, create a new provision with the intent that:
No vessel may discharge oil, noxious liquid substances, sewage or garbage (which includes cargo
residues) in the following areas:
1. Areas established under the Canada National Marine Conservation Areas Act
a. Fathom Five National Marine Park of Canada
b. Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park
2. Areas established under the Oceans Act
a. Basin Head Marine Protected Area
b. Bowie Seamount Marine Protected Area
c. Eastport Marine Protected Areas
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e. Gully Marine Protected Area
f.
Musquash Estuary Marine Protected Area
g. Tarium Niryutait Marine Protected Areas
Use and carriage of heavy fuel oils in the Antarctic waters Issue
Amendments to Annex I to MARPOL under Resolution MEPC.189(60) added a new prohibition on use
and carriage of heavy fuel oils in the Antarctic waters. Canadian vessels in these waters must comply and
as a Party to Annex I, Canada has an obligation to ensure its vessels do so.
Suggested change
Add a new subsection (6) to section 7 of the Regulations to the effect that:
A Canadian vessel must not carry heavy oil as cargo or use heavy oil as fuel in the Antarctic Area
in accordance with the requirements of regulation 43 of Annex I to MARPOL except for a
Canadian vessel engaged in securing the safety of ships or in a search and rescue operation.
The term “heavy oil” would be as listed in regulation 43.1 of Annex I to MARPOL.
The term “Antarctic Area” would be as defined in regulation 1.11.7 of Annex I to MARPOL.
Annual tanker inspections Issue
As part of the government’s commitment under the World Class initiative, TC is seeking to convert the
existing policy into a regulation to ensure that 100% of tankers over 5000 gross tonnage are inspected
annually. Currently domestic tankers are inspected annually under the delegated statutory inspections
program. Including this requirement in the Regulations would ensure that foreign tankers would be
inspected each year on their first visit to Canada. This will enable the Government to meet this
commitment under World Class tanker safety and ensure that TC has access to the full suite of
compliance and enforcement measures.
Suggested changes
The following provisions would be added to after sections 24 and 55 of the Regulations to the effect that:
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DRAFT September 22, 2014 POTENTIAL CHANGES TO THE VESSEL POLLUTION AND DANGEROUS CHEMICALS REGULATIONS (SOR/ 2012-­‐69) 1. Subject to item 5, the authorized representative of an [oil tanker (s.24)] [an NLS tanker
(s.55)] of 5000 gross tonnage or more must ensure:
(a) that the Minister inspects the vessel annually to ensure that the requirements of
the division continue to be met; and
(b) In the case of a foreign tanker, this inspection must be done on its first port of
call in Canada and annually thereafter.
2. On completion of the annual inspection in item 1, the Minister will issue a certificate to
the tanker, if the tanker has met all requirements of the Regulations.
3. The authorized representative of a tanker of 5000 gross tonnage or more must
(a) hold the certificate referred to in item 2 on board the vessel, and
(b) not load or unload cargo in Canada or in waters under Canadian jurisdiction
unless this certificate is onboard the vessel.
4. Subject to item 5, a tanker of 5000 gross tonnage or more that does not have an annual
inspection certificate referred to in item 2 onboard or refuses to be inspected in
accordance with item 1 or 5 may be detained.
5. If for operational reasons, the Minister cannot inspect a tanker on its first call in Canada,
the following provisions apply:
(a) The Minister may issue a temporary certificate if the Minister is satisfied the
tanker is in compliance with the requirements of this division;
(b) The temporary certificate will be valid only for the duration of loading or
unloading operations at the port, terminal or anchorage where the vessel is
located; and
(c) The authorized representative must arrange for the vessel to be inspected by the
Minister either at the next Canadian port or at a time and place agreed between
the Minister and the authorized representative.
Provisions for oil barges Issue
Oil barges are considered as oil tankers in the Regulations, however, as the provisions for tankers were
developed with large transoceanic vessels in mind, not all of these provisions are effective for smaller oil
barges. To address this, a Tug and Barge Working Group was convened at the Canadian Marine
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DRAFT September 22, 2014 POTENTIAL CHANGES TO THE VESSEL POLLUTION AND DANGEROUS CHEMICALS REGULATIONS (SOR/ 2012-­‐69) Advisory Council which developed alternative provisions. As well, the Standards and Guidelines for the
Construction, Inspection and Operation of Barges that Carry Oil in Bulk - TP 11960 (1995) set out
additional considerations for oil barges. At this time Transport Canada is in the process of updating this
document, which will also be extended to apply to chemical barges (which would be considered NLS
tankers).
Suggested changes
In section 47 of the Regulations, the following changes would be made to the intent to:
1. add a new subsection that would exempt oil barges less than 150 gross tonnage from double
hull requirements; and
2. add a new subsection that would specify alternative provisions as may be required from the
revised TP 11960.
It is proposed the following practices will be considered to have met the equivalency to double hull
protection as set out in subsection 46(3) of the Regulations.
•
Decommissioning of side and wing tanks and carrying cargo only in tanks located along the
centerline of the barge;
•
The addition of new bulkheads or reconfiguration of existing bulkheads in tanks so that a
continuous bulkhead runs along the length of the cargo spaces that is of at least 760 mm from
the inside of the outer hull;
•
Fitting into cargo spaces pre-fabricated tanks that are approved for the storage or carriage of
oil by a recognized organization or by a standards issuing organization such as the
Underwriters Laboratories (UL), Canadian Standards Association (CSA), American Society
for Testing and Materials (ASTM), or the International Standards Organization (ISO);
•
•
Such arrangement must not compromise the barge’s stability, must ensure proper
ventilation of the tanks and cargo spaces of the barge to prevent accumulation of
hazardous vapours, and be verified by a recognized organization or naval architect;
An alternative arrangement approved by class to be equivalent to double hull protection, which
may include:
•
An oil resistant foam is applied to the inside of the outer hull to ensure a smooth surface,
which can be to a thickness of less than 760 mm, and an oil resistant membrane liner is
fitted over the foam the thickness of the liner should be appropriate for the pressure it will
bear to be determined by class;
•
An oil resistant membrane liner is fitted inside the tank with the thickness of the liner to be
appropriate for the pressure and conditions it will bear to be determined by class.
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DRAFT September 22, 2014 POTENTIAL CHANGES TO THE VESSEL POLLUTION AND DANGEROUS CHEMICALS REGULATIONS (SOR/ 2012-­‐69) Clarifications of application of sewage provisions to pleasure craft Issue
The provisions of Division 4 of Part 2 of the Regulations set out controls for all vessels to manage
sewage. Some of these provisions refer to authorized representative without an additional reference to the
owner or operator of a pleasure craft. An authorized representative applies only to a Canadian vessel, a
registered fleet, or foreign vessel. A Canadian vessel is a vessel registered in Canada, while pleasure
craft, if they have not voluntarily opted to be registered, are usually licensed. Therefore, pleasure craft
normally do not have authorized representatives. This omission may create an unintended consequence
of excluding pleasure craft from certain provisions
Suggested change
Reference to “owner or operator of a pleasure craft” would be added adjacent to reference to “authorized
representative” in the provisions set out in sections 86, 87, 91, 92, and 97 as appropriate.
Delete “sewage sludge” from definition of holding tank Issue
The definition of a holding tank currently reads
“holding tank” means a tank that is used solely for the collection and storage of sewage or
sewage sludge and includes a tank that is an integral part of a toilet.
The term “sewage sludge” is not needed. It is not used in the definition of “holding tank” under Annex
IV to MARPOL, as that material is considered to be sewage and would be managed in the same way.
Therefore, the removal of the term would not have impacts implementing Annex IV to MARPOL.
Suggested change
In section 83 of the Regulations, the phrase “or sewage sludge” would be deleted from the definition of
the term “holding tank”.
Discharge requirements for sewage Issue
Small vessels, notably fishing vessels, continue to have challenges to comply with the regulations. Most
of the concerns stem from communities where pump out facilities are either limited or not available.
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DRAFT September 22, 2014 POTENTIAL CHANGES TO THE VESSEL POLLUTION AND DANGEROUS CHEMICALS REGULATIONS (SOR/ 2012-­‐69) Related to this concern, is an issue for passenger vessels on short routes –such as tour boats, where under
requirements for holding tanks for their occupancy these vessels would have to install a hold tank that is
too large for vessel. As well, the wording of the discharge provisions is complex and there stakeholders
have sought clarifications.
Suggested changes
Amend section 96 of the Regulations with the view to allow
1. Small vessels under 400 GT certified for less than 15 people to:
1. Discharge sewage 1 nautical mile from shore, except in designated sewage area;
2. Use a smaller holding tank suitable for crew and voyage.
2. Passenger vessels certified to 100 passengers on short routes less than 2 hours duration to use a
smaller holding tank, but suitable for their voyages.
As well, section 96 would be amended to be structured into new two sections; one to set out requirements
when the vessel is subject to Annex IV to MARPOL and, the second for smaller vessels that are not
subject to MARPOL. The restructured section 96 should also clarify requirements for inland waters for
vessels subject to Annex IV to MARPOL.
Allowance for vessels to use composting toilets Issue
The emergence of composting toilets allows an affordable option for small vessels to manage onboard
sewage. Several U.S. designed recreational yachts use integrated composting toilets. However, the
current Regulations do not allow for their use, except as temporary storage for small vessels under 15
gross tonnage voyaging on the East and West Coasts.
Suggested change
Amend the sewage provisions of the Regulations to the effect to allow vessels to use composting toilets to
manage sewage Canadian waters.
Addition of new designated sewage areas Issue
Some communities seek more stringent controls on sewage discharged from vessels in their local waters
through establishing a designated sewage area as set out in Schedule 2 to the Regulations.
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None at this time.
Transport Canada may consider establishing a designated sewage area, when it has been shown that there
have been consultations to establish public support, there are adequate pump out facilities, and a clear
definition of the proposed area has been provided.
Implementing new IMO standards for managing garbage Issue
International standards for how vessels manage their garbage have been updated under Resolution
MEPC.201(62) which sets out a revised Annex V to MARPOL. These new standards have been in effect
since January 1, 2013. As well, MEPC set out guidelines related to implementing the revised Annex V to
MARPOL under the following resolutions.
Resolution
MEPC.239(65)
MEPC.221(63)
MEPC.220(63)
MEPC.219(63)
Title
Amendments to the 2012 guidelines for the implementation of
MARPOL Annex V
2012 Guidelines for the development of a regional reception
facilities plan
2012 Guidelines for the development of garbage management plans
2012 Guidelines for the implementation of MARPOL Annex V
While Canadian regulations are largely consistent with the new standards, some further adjustments are
needed to fully implement them.
First, the most significant change is that garbage must not be “harmful to the marine environment” in
order to be discharged at sea. These requirements would apply in marine coastal waters where MARPOL
applies and would cover mainly cargo residues or any cleaning agents used to clean cargo holds. The
Regulations already set out other requirements for the Great Lakes and St Lawrence waters.
Under the Guidelines for the implementation of MARPOL Annex V, in Resolution MEPC.2019(63), a
substance is to be classed if it is “harmful to the marine environment” based on testing using methods set
out under the United National General Harmonized System (GHS) of toxicological testing. The
advantage of the GHS tests is their uniform usage over a wide variety of regulatory requirements around
the world, which means most substances already have ample data to support their classification. It is
acknowledged that some substances carried by maritime trade are not classed under the GHS system and
that clients shipping these substances need to undertake test programs. To reduce this burden, IMO is
working on lists of substances that are classified as “harmful to the marine environment” (a “black list” of
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environment” (a “white list” of substances that may be discharged at sea).
Second, the revised Annex V to MARPOL now requires all vessels over 100 gross tonnage to have a
garbage management plan, while previously this applied to vessels over 400 gross tonnage. While a
garbage management plan does not require approval by the Administration (Transport Canada or a
recognized organization), it is required to be kept on board and crew needs to be familiar with it.
Guidance on preparing a garbage management plan can be found under Resolution MEPC.220(63).
Third, the revised Annex V to MARPOL removed the previous allowance for the discharge at sea of
dunnage –material that is usually comprised of wood that is used to brace and secure cargo loaded
onboard a vessel.
Fourth, the revised Annex V to MARPOL added a new allowance for the discharge of animal carcasses
into the sea from those animals that died onboard while being carried as cargo.
Finally, the revised Annex V to MARPOL updated the definition of garbage to now read as
Garbage means all kinds of food wastes, domestic wastes and operational wastes, all plastics,
cargo residues, incinerator ashes, cooking oil, fishing gear, and animal carcasses generated
during the normal operation of the ship and liable to be disposed of continuously or periodically
except those substances which are defined or listed in other Annexes to the present Convention.
Garbage does not include fresh fish and parts thereof generated as a result of fishing activities
undertaken during the voyage, or as a result of aquaculture activities which involve the transport
of fish including shellfish for placement in the aquaculture facility and the transport of harvested
fish including shellfish from such facilities to shore for processing.
Suggested changes
1. Subsection 101(1) of the Regulations would be adjusted to reflect the new provisions under
Regulation 4 of Annex V to MARPOL, to the effect that
a. paragraph 101(1)(a) dealing with the discharge of dunnage would be deleted;
b. a new provision would be added setting out that garbage to be discharged at sea must not
be harmful to the marine environment as determined in accordance with guidelines set
out in Resolution MEPC.219(63);
c. a new provision would be added allowing for carcasses of animals carried as cargo and
that died onboard the vessel to be discharged at sea out a new paragraph as far from the
nearest land as possible; and
d. a new provision would be added that cleaning agents or additives contained in cargo
hold, deck and external surfaces wash water to be discharged at sea must not be harmful
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Resolution MEPC.219(63).
2. Under the provisions of cargo residue in section 102 of the Regulations, add provisions that cargo
residues in order to be discharged at sea from a vessel in marine coastal waters (referred to as
Section II waters) must be substances classed as not harmful to the marine environment as
determined in accordance with guidelines set out in Resolution MEPC.219(63).
3. In subsection 104(1) of the Regulations for garbage management plans, the reference to 400 gross
tonnage would be replaced by 100 gross tonnage.
4. In section 1(1) of the Regulations, the definition for garbage would be amended as follows:
“garbage” means all kinds of food wastes victual, domestic wastes and operational
wastes, all plastics, cargo residues, incinerator ashes, cooking oil, fishing gear, and
animal carcasses that are is generated during the normal operation of a vessel and that
are is likely to be disposed of continuously or periodically. , and includes plastics,
dunnage, lining and packing materials, galley wastes and refuse such as paper products,
rags, glass, metal, bottles, crockery, incinerator ash and cargo residues. However, it does
not include:
(a) fresh fish, fresh fish parts generated as a result of fishing activities
undertaken during the voyage, or as a result of aquaculture activities which
involve the transport of fish including shellfish for placement in the
aquaculture facility and the transport of harvested fish including shellfish
from such facilities to shore for processing; and
(b) oil, oily mixtures, noxious liquid substances, liquid substances that are listed
in chapter 18 of the IBC Code and categorized as OS in the Pollution Category
column of that chapter, liquid substances that are provisionally assessed under
regulation 6.3 of Annex II to MARPOL as falling outside category X, Y or Z,
substances listed in Schedule 1, marine pollutants, sewage or sewage sludge.
Managing cargo residues in the Great Lakes and St Lawrence Issues
Section 102 of the Regulations set out conditions for what cargo residues may be discharged in the Great
Lakes and St Lawrence waters and where they may be discharged in those waters for all vessels in
Canada’s waters and for Canadian vessels in the waters of the United States. On January 31, 2014, the
United States Coast Guard published in the Federal Register a final rule for “Dry Cargo Residue
Discharges in the Great Lakes” which applies in the U.S. waters. Details of this final rule may be found
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DRAFT September 22, 2014 POTENTIAL CHANGES TO THE VESSEL POLLUTION AND DANGEROUS CHEMICALS REGULATIONS (SOR/ 2012-­‐69) at https://www.federalregister.gov/articles/2014/01/31/2014-01927/dry-cargo-residue-discharges-in-thegreat-lakes (English only web site)
Suggested changes
Paragraphs 102(1)(b) and (d) are deleted and replaced by a new paragraph to the effect that discharges of
cargo residues are authorized:
from a Canadian vessel in any of the Great Lakes waters of the United States, in accordance with
the requirements of Title 33, section 155.66, of the Code of Federal Regulations of the United
States for Dry Cargo Residue Discharges in the Great Lakes.
Provisions controlling emissions of nitrogen oxides Issues
Recently, IMO made changes to how the Tier III emissions standards for nitrogen oxides were applied
under Regulation 13 of Annex VI to MARPOL that will enter into force on September 1, 2015. The
changes include an exemption for “super yachts” that was negotiated as part of a compromise that
retained January 1, 2016 as the effective date for Tier III standards in the North American and U.S.
Caribbean Emission Control Areas.
As well, as the review of the Tier III standards has been completed, the provision for that review will be
removed. It should be noted, there is no requirement that prevents a future review, if the majority of
IMO member countries wish to do so.
Suggested changes
To section 110.3(2) of the Regulations, add a new a new provision to the effect of implementing the
exemption from Tier III standards, described in regulation 13.5 of Annex VI to MARPOL as:
installed on a vessel constructed prior to 1 January 2021 of less than 500 gross tonnage, with a
length of 24 m or over when it has been specifically designed and is used solely, for recreational
purposes
Delete change of application date provision for Tier III standards in 110.3(5)
Retention fuel samples for short run vessels Issue
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DRAFT September 22, 2014 POTENTIAL CHANGES TO THE VESSEL POLLUTION AND DANGEROUS CHEMICALS REGULATIONS (SOR/ 2012-­‐69) Section 124(3) of the current Regulations implements regulation 18.8.1 of Annex IV to MARPOL, which
requires fuel samples to be retained on board for a period of one year. The text of that regulation in
MARPOL reads as follows:
The bunker delivery note shall be accompanied by a representative sample of the fuel oil
delivered taking into account guidelines developed by the Organization.* The sample is to be
sealed and signed by the supplier’s representative and the master or officer in charge of the
bunker operation on completion of bunkering operations and retained under the ship’s control
until the fuel oil is substantially consumed, but in any case for a period of not less than 12 months
from the time of delivery.
While this implements MARPOL requirements that were developed for transoceanic voyages, vessels on
short run voyages (e.g. local ferries) face challenges retaining such samples on board for a full year as
fuel deliveries are more frequent. However, a requirement for short run vessels to retain the sample until
the fuel is consumed may be more reasonable.
Suggested change
Amend section 124 of the Regulation to the effect of allowing a Canadian vessel that continuously
voyages within Canadian waters along a route of less than 50 nautical miles, to retain the fuel sample
until the fuel that the sample has been consumed.
CONSEQUENTIAL AMENDMENTS FOR ADMINISTRATIVE MONETARY PENALTIES AND TICKETING To ensure appropriate enforcement measures are available should the proposed changes be approved, the
regulatory proposal would include consequential amendments to the Administrative Monetary Penalties
and Notices (CSA 2001) Regulations (SOR/2008-97) to deal with:
•
a Canadian vessel that violates the Baltic Sea Special Area, once it is in force;
•
a vessel that violates restrictions set out for Marine Protected Areas*;
•
a Canadian vessel that uses or carries heavy oil in Antarctic waters;
•
an oil or NLS tanker over 5000 gross tonnage that refuses to allow an inspector onboard for an
annual inspection;
•
an oil or NLS tanker over 5000 gross tonnage that does not have the inspection certificate
onboard, or for which the certificate is no longer valid, or has proceeded with loading and
unloading without the inspection certificate;
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DRAFT September 22, 2014 POTENTIAL CHANGES TO THE VESSEL POLLUTION AND DANGEROUS CHEMICALS REGULATIONS (SOR/ 2012-­‐69) •
an oil barge over 150 gross tonnage that after January 1, 2015, does not comply with section 47
of the Regulations
•
small vessel not complying with proposed new provisions for managing sewage*
The proposed amendments to the Regulations that are not referenced for consequential amendments are
either not applicable to enforcement action or are already included in the Administrative Monetary
Penalties and Notices (CSA 2001) Regulations.
Please note items with an “*” denotes a potential amendment is needed for the Contraventions
Regulations. As the Contraventions Regulations are administered by Justice Canada, Transport Canada
does not have the mandate to make proposals to amend them. However, Transport Canada would be
providing a recommendation to Justice Canada to seek such amendments. Timing, approvals and
publication in the Canada Gazette, would be determined by Justice Canada.
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Proposed Changes to the
Vessel Pollution and Dangerous
Chemicals Regulations
Fall CMAC 2014
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RDIMS# 9886228
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Introduction
• Transport Canada is advancing amendments to the Vessel
Pollution and Dangerous Chemicals Regulations to
1. Update requirements to reflect new international
standards
2. Respond to technical issues raised by stakeholders
3. Make minor adjustments
•
A discussion paper outlining the proposed changes is
available on request.
•
Comments are welcome until December 5, 2014.
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Key changes
• New annual tanker inspections
• New provisions for oil barges
• New IMO standards for managing garbage
• Changes to discharge requirements for sewage
• Consequential amendments for administrative monetary
penalties and ticketing
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Key change: New annual tanker
inspections
• Supports a commitment for mandatory annual tanker
inspections under the World Class Tanker Safety System
• Builds on a current voluntary approach for oil tankers
• Oil and chemical tankers (including LNG) over 5000 gross
tonnage to be inspected by Transport Canada inspectors
on their first visit to Canada, and each year thereafter
• Compliance with the Regulations, MARPOL and SOLAS.
• Certificate would be issued by the inspector and remain
valid for one year
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Key change: New provisions for existing
oil barges
• Responds to review of the Standards and Guidelines for
the Construction, Inspection and Operation of Barges that
Carry Oil in Bulk - TP 11960
• Responds to concerns for small fuel barge operators face
double hull requirements in January 1, 2015
• Oil barges
• less than 150 GT would be exempted
• between 150 and 5000 GT would have alternative
options
• over 5000 GT must follow the regulations
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Options for Double hulling existing oil barges
• Decommissioning of side and wing tanks and carrying cargo only in
tanks located along the centerline of the barge
• New bulkheads or reconfigure existing bulkheads to a continuous
bulkhead along the length of the cargo spaces at least 760 mm from
the inside of the outer hull
• Fitting pre-fabricated tanks into cargo spaces, approved by class or
standards organization for oil storage
– Must consider stability, ensure proper ventilation and be verified
by a recognized organization or naval architect
• An alternative arrangement approved by class to be equivalent to
double hull protection, which may include:
– An oil resistant foam is applied to the inside of the outer hull to
ensure a smooth surface, and an oil resistant membrane liner is
fitted over the foam
– An oil resistant membrane liner is fitted inside the tank
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Key change: New IMO standards for
managing garbage
• The Revised Annex V to the MARPOL Convention has been in force
since January 1, 2013
• Canada is Party to Annex V and must meet new provisions
• Dunnage can no longer be discharged overboard
• Cargo owners need to classify their products as harmful to the
marine environment or not
• use the United Nations General Harmonized System (GHS) of
toxicological testing
• GHS is a broadly used system for many regulatory needs and
data for most products are available
• Transport Canada working at IMO subcommittee on listing substances
considered not harmful and harmful, to save need for testing
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Key change: Discharge requirements for
sewage
• Respond to concerns for small vessels that are not certified to
navigate beyond 3 nautical miles
• Propose to amend section 96 of the Regulations to allow
• Small vessels under 400 GT certified for less than 15 people may
• discharge sewage 1 nautical mile from shore, except in
designated sewage area
• use a smaller holding tank, but suitable for crew and voyage
• Passenger vessels certified to 100 passengers on short routes less
than 2 hours duration may to use a smaller holding tank, but
suitable for their voyages
• Above does not apply in designated sewage areas
• Section 96 would be re-drafted for clarity; dividing the clauses for
large vessels (subject to Annex IV to MARPOL) and clauses small
vessels (which are not)
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Designated Sewage Areas
• As Transport Canada looks at further flexibility for small vessels to manage
sewage, it is recognized some communities seek further controls
• Measures for further flexibility do not apply in designated sewage areas
• Designated sewage areas, set out in Schedule 2 to the Regulations provide
enhanced protection, through a more stringent discharge standard
– fecal coliform counts of 14/100mL compared to 250/100mL
– As few vessels can meet this standard, only those with advanced
waste water treatment systems, this basically bans sewage discharges
• Transport Canada may consider establishing further designated sewage
areas, through this regulatory process, when proponents have
– define a specific area and explain why it needs further protection
– consulted stakeholders local municipal government,
– provide information on available sewage reception facilities
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Key change: Administrative monetary
penalties (AMPs) and ticketing
• AMPs are an effective enforcement tool set out under Administrative
Monetary Penalties and Notices (CSA 2001) Regulations (SOR/200897) range from $250 to $25,000
• Ticketing provides a more appropriate enforcement option for minor
offenses, with a maximum fine of $250
• TC administers the AMPs regulations while Justice Canada
administers the Contraventions Regulations
• To ensure appropriate enforcement measures are available when the
changes are made, the regulatory proposal would include
consequential amendments to the AMPs Regulations
• At the same time, the Regulations are approved, TC will ask Justice
Canada to proceed with changes to the Contraventions Regulations
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Adjustments and clarifications
Proposed Change
Rationale
Extend exemption for discharges
standards to Arctic waters beyond
shipping safety control zones
Avoids potential conflict with the
Arctic Waters Pollution Prevention Act
Exemption for government vessels to
apply only when on non-commercial
service
Makes the wording consistent with
exemptions in the MARPOL
Convention
Canadian Vessels to adhere to Special
Areas for sewage (Annex IV to
MARPOL)
New standard adopted by IMO
Add discharge prohibitions for certain
Canadian marine protected areas
(MPAs)
Ensure the Regulations do not conflict
with certain MPAs set by DFO and
Parks Canada
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Adjustments and clarifications
Proposed Change
Rationale
Prohibit use and carriage of heavy fuel
oils in the Antarctic waters
Implements IMO standard that Canada
is party to
In sewage provisions, add references to Clarifies that sewage provisions apply
owner or operator of pleasure craft
to pleasure craft
Delete “sewage sludge” from definition Change reflects international definition
of holding tank
and term “sewage sludge” is not
required
Allowance for vessels to use
composting or incinerating toilets
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Responds to emerging trend
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Adjustments and clarifications
Proposed Change
Rationale
Align discharges of cargo residues in
the Great Lakes and St Lawrence in US
waters to US dry cargo residue rule
Ensures Canadian vessels in US waters
adhere to US rules
Shorter retention of fuel samples for
short run vessels
Relieves administrative burden for
ferries and tugs over 400 GT
Exempt from Tier III nitrogen oxides
standards vessels under 500 GT, but
over 24 m long, built before 1 January
2021 designed and used only for
recreational purposes
Reflect changes to IMO standards for
“super yachts”
Remove provision to change date of
Tier III NOx standards based on IMO
review
IMO review completed, clause no
longer needed
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Questions or Comments
Paul Topping
Manager, Environmental Protection
Transport Canada, Marine Safety and Security
330 Sparks St, Ottawa, Ontario, K1A 0N8
Tel 613-991-3168
Fax 613-993-8196
Email [email protected]
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200 - 1627 Fort Street, Victoria BC V8R 1H8
Telephone (250) 405.5151 Fax (250) 405.5155
Toll Free via Enquiry BC in Vancouver 604.660-2421.
Elsewhere in BC 1.800.663.7867
Email [email protected]
Web www.islandstrust.bc.ca
December 1, 2014
File No.: 410-20
via e-mail: [email protected]
The Honourable Lisa Raitt
Minister of Transport
Tower C - 330 Sparks St.
Ottawa Ontario K1A 0N5
Dear Minister Raitt:
Re:
Pleasure Craft Sewage Dumping
On behalf of the Islands Trust Council, I am writing to express our opposition to proposed
amendments to Section 96 of the Vessel Pollution and Dangerous Chemicals Regulations that
would allow pleasure craft vessels to discharge sewage only one nautical mile from shore. I also
request that Transport Canada take additional actions to reduce raw sewage dumping from
vessels in the Salish Sea.
Since 2009, the Islands Trust Council has been concerned that the current Regulations allow raw
sewage dumping in waters that are six nautical miles shore-to-shore. The geography of the Salish
Sea, characterized by small islands and islets with narrow channels between islands, results in
legal raw sewage dumping in sensitive marine habitats near shellfish beds and swimming beaches
(see attached maps).
Since 1982, the Islands Trust Council has been concerned about the impacts of pleasure craft
sewage. The Islands Trust Policy Statement, a statutory document founded in extensive
community consultation and approved by the Province of British Columbia in 1994, recommends
that the federal and provincial governments develop and adopt legislation that regulates sewage
discharge from shores and boats and addresses its detrimental impact on marine or coastal
ecosystems (policy 3.4.8). This topic has also been a priority of the Islands Trust Council’s 20112014 Strategic Plan.
On behalf of the Islands Trust Council I request that Transport Canada:
1. Abandon plans to allow pleasure craft to dump raw sewage closer to shores and shellfish beds.
2. Create no-discharge zones around pump-outs. Please amend the Regulations to create a three
nautical mile no-discharge zone around available pump-outs. On the attached map, you can
see how our proposed approach of a three nautical mile no-discharge zone around pump-outs
would apply in our region. As more pump-outs are installed, fewer areas would become
available for dumping.
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Bowen Denman Hornby Gabriola Galiano Gambier Lasqueti Mayne North Pender Salt Spring Saturna South Pender Thetis
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The Honourable Lisa Raitt
December 1, 2014
Page 2
3. Work with partners to develop an infrastructure funding program for vessel sewage pump-out
facilities that would support sufficient pump-out stations to create contiguous large nodischarge zones in the Trust Area. The ecological sensitivity of this region, combined with the
hundreds of thousands of recreational boaters in our region, creates a strong justification for
priority pump-out infrastructure investment in the Salish Sea.
We have also heard numerous suggestions from community members about how the Vessel
Pollution and Dangerous Chemicals Regulations could be improved:
We heard that there is a pressing need for Transport Canada to address the naming and creation
of no-discharge zones (Designated Sewage Areas). Renaming Designated Sewage Areas to NoDischarge Zones would benefit public education initiatives. The current term is confusing as it
implies the area is designated to permit sewage dumping. Local community groups have also
expressed interest in requesting new Designated Sewage Areas but have found existing Transport
Canada processes unclear and unduly onerous. By improving and streamlining the process for
communities to request new Designated Sewage Areas, communities could make better use of
their volunteer time and Transport Canada could benefit from community knowledge about where
raw sewage dumping needs to be further restricted. Only two sites have ever been designated in
our region despite the fact that in the 1990s the Islands Trust Council and Islands Trust local trust
committees requested a combined total of more than 50 Designated Sewage Areas in the Islands
Trust Area, and the Province of British Columbia requested twelve areas in the Islands Trust Area.
We have also heard that changes are needed to support better on-water enforcement. One
suggestion we have heard is to allow enforcement agencies to issue tickets to pleasure craft
operators who don’t comply with sewage dumping provisions of the Regulations (e.g. installation of
black water holding tank; discharge in a Designated Sewage Area). We’ve also heard that
designing the Regulations to make them easier to enforce would be useful. We’ve heard that in
some jurisdictions it is mandatory for vessel operators in no-discharge zones to secure their marine
sanitation devices or holding tanks in a manner which prevents discharge of treated or untreated
sewage. It has been suggested that it is much easier for an enforcement officer to determine
compliance with this type of requirement than whether a vessel has discharged sewage under the
water.
As you know, the Salish Sea is a special place and a unique part of the world. Our waters are
home to some of the most productive and biologically-diverse ecosystems on earth. As islanders
we depend on a clean ocean to sustain our economies, our diets, and our way of life. When
pleasure craft vessels dump raw sewage in sensitive areas, it can contribute to contaminated
shellfish, low oxygen levels in the water and increased chemical pollution. Each vessel has a small
impact, but the cumulative impact of the hundreds of thousands of vessels in the sensitive Salish
Sea must be considered.
The Islands Trust Council is a federation of local government bodies representing 25,000 people
living within the Islands Trust Area and about 10,000 non-resident property owners. The Islands
Trust is responsible for preserving and protecting the unique environment and amenities of the
Islands Trust Area through planning and regulating land use, development management,
education, cooperation with other agencies, and land conservation. The area covers the islands
and waters between the British Columbia mainland and southern Vancouver Island. It includes 13
major and more than 450 smaller islands covering 5200 square kilometres.
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December 1, 2014
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On behalf of the Islands Trust Council, thank you for considering our requests. Your leadership on
this issue will help our communities’ efforts to educate boaters about the harm caused by the
release of raw sewage, pharmaceuticals and on-board chemicals into our sensitive waters.
Yours sincerely,
Peter Luckham, Vice-Chair
Islands Trust Council
Attachment:
1) Pleasure Craft Raw Sewage Discharge Zones in Islands Trust Area map with Transport
Canada proposed 1 nautical mile buffer.
2) Pleasure Craft Raw Sewage Discharge Zones in Islands Trust Area map with existing 3
nautical mile buffer and Islands Trust proposed 3 nautical mile no-discharge zones around
pump-outs.
cc.
Islands Trust Area MPs: Elizabeth May, Saanich-Gulf Islands
Jean Crowder, Nanaimo-Cowichan
James Lunney, Nanaimo-Alberni
John Duncan, Vancouver Island North
John Weston, West Vancouver/Sunshine Coast
Murray Rankin, Victoria
Honourable Leona Aglukkaq, Federal Minister of Environment
Trust Area First Nations
UBCM Environment Committee
AVICC members
Bowen Islands Municipal Council
San Juan Municipal Council
Marcia Morash, Superintendent, Gulf Islands National Park Reserve, Parks Canada
Maia Bellon, Director, Washington State Department of Ecology
Sheila Boutcher, President, Council of British Columbia Yacht Clubs
Lisa Geddes, Executive Director, BC Boating Association
Roberta Stevenson, Executive Director, BC Shellfish Growers Association
Pender Islands Trust Protection Society
Georgia Strait Alliance
T. Buck Suzuki Foundation
Saanich Inlet Protection Society
Islands Trust Council
Islands Trust website
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Comox
Harbour Authority
$7
COURTENAY
Harbour Authority
of
Deep Bay
No Charge
Gibson Landing
Harbour Authority
$5
Union Steamship
Marina
$10
Mosquito Creek
Marina
$15
False Creek
Fisherman's Wharf
$8
Burrard Civic
Marina
$10
Fairwinds Schooner Cove
Marina
No Charge
VANCOUVER
ISLAND
Nanaimo
Port Authority
Eco-Barge
No Charge
NANAIMO
Illustration of Potential Effect
of Proposed
Amendment to Section 96 of the
in the Islands Trust Area
^
Pump Out Stations
International Border
Designated Sewage Area
Islands Trust Boundary
Dumping prohibited < 1 nautical mile from shoreline (status quo = 3 nautical miles)
Dumping permitted because > 1 nautical mile from shoreline
Dumping permitted in these waters that are less than 6 nautical miles from shore to shore,
when no reception facility available to receive the sewage in an environmentally safe manner
(no required distance from pump-out specified). The vessel may discharge raw sewage if
en route at a speed of at least 4 knots or, if discharge is not feasible at that speed, the
discharge can be made:
a) during an ebb tide, while the vessel is en route at the fastest feasible speed and into the
deepest water that are located farthest from shore or,
b) while the vessel is en route at the fastest feasible speed and into the deepest and fastest
moving waters that are located the farthest from shore.
*May not include all pump-out stations in the Islands Trust Area
* Applies to boats < 400 gross tonnes certified to carry <= 15 people
Map Distances Are Approximate
Produced: November-27-14
VANCOUVER
^
Ladysmith
Community Marina
$5
Chemainus Municipal
Marina
$10
^
Salt Spring Island
Harbour Authority
Cowichan Bay
Fisherman's Wharf
No Charge
Van Isle Marina
$10-20
Dungeness
Marina
$20
Mill Bay
Marina
$10
0
3
6
Port Sidney
Marina
$10
Anglers Anchorage
Marina
Brentwood Bay
No Charge
Marina
$10
12
18
¯
24
Nautical Miles
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Comox
Harbour Authority
$7
COURTENAY
Harbour Authority
of
Deep Bay
No Charge
Gibson Landing
Harbour Authority
$5
Union Steamship
Marina
$10
Mosquito Creek
Marina
$15
False Creek
Fisherman's Wharf
$8
Burrard Civic
Marina
$10
Fairwinds Schooner Cove
Marina
No Charge
VANCOUVER
ISLAND
Nanaimo
Port Authority
Eco-Barge
No Charge
NANAIMO
Illustration of Potential
Effect of Proposed
Amendments to Section 96 of the
in the Islands Trust Area
^
Pump Out Stations
International Border
Islands Trust Boundary
Designated Sewage Area
Dumping permitted because > 3 nautical miles from shoreline (Status quo)
Dumping prohibited within 3 nautical miles of a pump-out service (Status quo is no required
distance from pump-out specified)
Dumping prohibited < 3 nautical miles from shoreline (status quo)
Dumping permitted in these waters that are less than 6 nautical miles from shore to shore,
when no reception facility available to receive the sewage in an environmentally safe manner
The vessel may discharge raw sewage if en route at a speed of at least 4 knots or, if
discharge is not feasible at that speed, the discharge can be made:
a) during an ebb tide, while the vessel is en route at the fastest feasible speed and into the
deepest water that are located farthest from shore or,
b) while the vessel is en route at the fastest feasible speed and into the deepest and fastest
moving waters that are located the farthest from shore.
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*May not include all pump-out stations in the Islands Trust Area
* Applies to boats < 400 gross tonnes certified to carry <= 15 people
Map Distances Are Approximate
Produced: November-27-14
VANCOUVER
^
Ladysmith
Community Marina
$5
Chemainus Municipal
Marina
$10
^
Salt Spring Island
Harbour Authority
Cowichan Bay
Fisherman's Wharf
No Charge
Van Isle Marina
$10-20
Dungeness
Marina
$20
Mill Bay
Marina
$10
0
3
6
Port Sidney
Marina
$10
Anglers Anchorage
Marina
Brentwood Bay
No Charge
Marina
$10
12
18
¯
24
Nautical Miles
3008 Fifth Avenue, Port Alberni, B.C. CANADA V9Y 2E3 Telephone (250) 720‐2700 FAX: (250) 723‐1327 REQUEST FOR DECISION To: Board of Directors From: Teri Fong, CGA, Manager of Finance Meeting Date: December 5, 2014 Subject: Resolution – Signing Authority for Banking Purposes Recommendation: That the Board of Directors authorize the following signatories for banking purposes for the Alberni‐
Clayoquot Regional District and Alberni‐Clayoquot Regional Hospital District: a. The following Directors have signing authority: i.
________________________, Chairperson ii.
________________________, Vice‐Chairperson b. The following Staff members have signing authority: i.
Russell Dyson, Chief Administrative Officer ii.
Teri Fong, Manager of Finance iii.
Wendy Thomson, Manager of Administrative Services c. One of the above Directors are authorized to sign all Regional District banking documents with one of the above Staff members Desired Outcome: To authorize the Chairperson, Vice‐Chairperson and three Management Staff members to sign all Regional District banking and Municipal Finance Authority documents. Submitted by: _______________________________________________________ Teri Fong, CPA, CGA, Manager of Finance Approved by: _______________________________________________________ Russell Dyson, Chief Administrative Officer Members: City of Port Alberni, District of Ucluelet, District of Tofino, Yuułuʔiłʔatḥ Government, Huu-ay-aht First Nations, Uchucklesaht Tribe
Electoral Areas "A" (Bamfield), "B" (Beaufort), "C" (Long Beach), "D" (Sproat Lake), "E" (Beaver Creek) and "F" (Cherry Creek)
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3008 Fifth Avenue, Port Alberni, B.C. CANADA V9Y 2E3
Telephone (250) 720-2700 FAX: (250) 723-1327
REQUEST FOR DECISION To: Board of Directors From: Wendy Thomson, Manager of Administrative Services, Chief Election Officer Meeting Date: December 5, 2014 Subject: Reporting ‐ Official Election Results Recommendation: That the Board of Directors receive the 2014 Declaration of Official Election Results and Determination of Official Election Results for the following: a. Directors “B” (Beaufort), “C” (Long Beach), “D” (Sproat Lake), Election by Acclamation b. Director, Electoral Area “A” (Bamfield) c. Director, Electoral Area “E” (Beaver Creek) d. Director, Electoral Area “F” (Cherry Creek) and, e. Assent Vote – Sproat Lake Marine Patrol Service Area Establishment Background The Local Government Act requires the Chief Election Officer to submit a report of election results to the local government within 30 days of general voting day. Attached please find the Declaration of Official Election Results and Determination of Official Election Results for the 2014 general local election in the Alberni‐Clayoquot Regional District and Declaration of Election by Acclamation. Policy/Legislation Section 136 and 148 of the Local Government Act. Submitted by: _________________________________ Wendy Thomson, Manager of Administrative Services Chief Election Officer Approved by: ___________________________________ Russell Dyson, Chief Administrative Officer Members: City of Port Alberni, District of Ucluelet, District of Tofino, Yuułuʔiłʔatḥ Government, Huu-ay-aht First Nations, Uchucklesaht Tribe
Electoral Areas "A" (Bamfield), "B" (Beaufort), "C" (Long Beach), "D" (Sproat Lake), "E" (Beaver Creek) and "F" (Cherry Creek) 62
Form No. 4-1.1
Local Government Act
Section 76
Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District/School District No. 70 (Alberni)
DECLARATION OF ELECTION BY ACCLAMATION
I, Wendy Thomson, Chief Election Officer for the Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District and School
District No. 70 (Alberni), do hereby declare, pursuant to Section 76 of the Local Government Act,
the following candidate(s) elected by acclamation:
Office of Director – Electoral Area “B” (Beaufort)
Michael Kokura
Office of Director – Electoral Area “C” (Long Beach)
Tony Bennett
Office of Director - Electoral Area “D” (Sproat Lake)
Penny Cote
Office of School Trustee – Trustee Electoral Area #2 (West Coast)
Gurmail Aujla
Given under my hand at Port Alberni, British Columbia, this 20th day of October, 2014.
_______________________________
Wendy Thomson,
Chief Election Officer
m:\elections\2014 election\forms\4-1-1 declaration of election by acclamation.docx
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Form No. 6-3
Local Government Act
Section 136(2)(a)
Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District
DECLARATION OF OFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS
GENERAL LOCAL ELECTION – 2014
Director, Electoral “A” (Bamfield)
I, Wendy Thomson, Chief Election Officer, do hereby declare elected Keith Wyton, who
received the highest number of valid votes for the office of Director, Electoral Area “A”
(Bamfield).
Dated at Port Alberni, BC
this 18th day of November, 2014.
Wendy Thomson,
Chief Election Officer
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Form No. 6-2
Local Government Act
Section 135(8)
Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District
DETERMINATION OF OFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS
GENERAL LOCAL ELECTION – 2014
Director – Electoral Area “A” (Bamfield)
Advance, Mail & Special Voting Opportunity:
November 5, 6 & 12, 2014 - Regional District Office
Bamfield Fire Hall
November 15, 2014
Gill Elementary School
November 15, 2014
Cherry Creek Community Hall
November 15, 2014
Harold Bishop Fire Hall
November 15, 2014
TOTAL NUMBER OF VOTES
KEITH WYTON
ERIC GEALL
22
6
80
20
2
1
0
0
0
0
104
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This determination of official election results was made by the Chief Election
Officer on Tuesday, November 18, 2014 and is based on ballot accounts as
amended or prepared by the Chief Election Officer.
Chief Election Officer
65
Form No. 6-3
Local Government Act
Section 136(2)(a)
Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District
DECLARATION OF OFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS
GENERAL LOCAL ELECTION – 2014
Director, Electoral Area “E” (Beaver Creek)
I, Wendy Thomson, Chief Election Officer, do hereby declare elected John McNabb, who
received the highest number of valid votes for the office of Director, Electoral Area “E”
(Beaver Creek).
Dated at Port Alberni, BC
this 18th day of November, 2014.
Wendy Thomson,
Chief Election Officer
66
Form No. 6-2
Local Government Act
Section 135(8)
Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District
DETERMINATION OF OFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS
GENERAL LOCAL ELECTION – 2014
Director – Electoral Area “E” (Beaver Creek)
JOHN MCNABB
PATTY EDWARDS
16
19
Advance, Mail & Special Voting Opportunity:
November 5, 6 & 12, 2014 - Regional District Office
Bamfield Fire Hall
November 15, 2014
Gill Elementary School
November 15, 2014
Cherry Creek Community Hall
November 15, 2014
Harold Bishop Fire Hall
November 15, 2014
0
0
202
140
0
0
0
0
TOTAL NUMBER OF VOTES
218
159
This determination of official election results was made by the Chief Election
Officer on Tuesday, November 18, 2014 and is based on ballot accounts as
amended or prepared by the Chief Election Officer.
Chief Election Officer
67
Form No. 6-3
Local Government Act
Section 136(2)(a)
Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District
DECLARATION OF OFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS
GENERAL LOCAL ELECTION – 2014
Director, Electoral Area “F” (Cherry Creek)
I, Wendy Thomson, Chief Election Officer, do hereby declare elected Lucas Banton, who
received the highest number of valid votes for the office of Director, Electoral Area “F”
(Cherry Creek).
Dated at Port Alberni, BC
this 18th day of November, 2014.
Wendy Thomson,
Chief Election Officer
68
Form No. 6-2
Local Government Act
Section 135(8)
Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District
DETERMINATION OF OFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS
GENERAL LOCAL ELECTION – 2014
Director – Electoral Area “F” (Cherry Creek)
Advance, Mail & Special Voting Opportunity:
November 5, 6 & 12, 2014 - Regional District Office
Bamfield Fire Hall
November 15, 2014
Gill Elementary School
November 15, 2014
Cherry Creek Community Hall
November 15, 2014
Harold Bishop Fire Hall
November 15, 2014
TOTAL NUMBER OF VOTES
LUCAS BANTON
DENNIS DALLA-VICENZA
23
1
2
0
0
0
232
51
0
0
257
52
This determination of official election results was made by the Chief Election
Officer on Tuesday, November 18, 2014 and is based on ballot accounts as
amended or prepared by the Chief Election Officer.
Chief Election Officer
69
Form No. 6-3
Local Government Act
Section 136(2)(a)
Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District
DECLARATION OF OFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS
GENERAL LOCAL ELECTION – 2014
Referendum (Assent Vote)
Sproat Lake Marine Patrol Service Area Establishment
I, Wendy Thomson, Chief Election Officer, do hereby declare the highest number of votes
cast for the Sproat Lake Marine Patrol Service Area Establishment Referendum was
Yes.
Dated at Port Alberni, BC
this 18th day of November, 2014.
Wendy Thomson,
Chief Election Officer
70
Form No. 6-2
Local Government Act Section 135(8)
Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District
DETERMINATION OF OFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS
GENERAL LOCAL ELECTION – 2014
Referendum (Assent Voting)
Sproat Lake Marine Patrol Service Area Establishment
Advance & Mail Voting Opportunity:
November 5 & 12, 2014 - Regional District Office
Bamfield Fire Hall
November 15, 2014
Gill Elementary School
November 15, 2014
Cherry Creek Community Hall
November 15, 2014
Harold Bishop Fire Hall
November 15, 2014
City of Port Alberni – Advance & Special Voting
November 5, 6 & 12th
Alberni Athletic Hall
November 14, 2014
TOTAL NUMBER OF VOTES
YES
NO
69
26
0
1
167
187
124
123
165
77
715
623
2155
1908
3395
2945
This determination of official election results was made by the Chief Election
Officer on Tuesday, November 18, 2014 and is based on ballot accounts as
amended or prepared by the Chief Election Officer.
Chief Election Officer
71
3008 Fifth Avenue, Port Alberni, B.C. CANADA V9Y 2E3
Telephone (250) 720-2700 FAX: (250) 723-1327
MEMORANDUM
To:
Board of Directors
From:
Teri Fong, CPA, CGA, Manager of Finance
Date:
December 1, 2014
Subject:
2015-2019 ACRD & ACRHD Financial Plan Meeting Schedule
Recommendation:
That the Board of Directors approve the proposed meeting schedule for the 2015 - 2019
Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District Financial Plan and the 2015 Regional Hospital
District Budget.
Background:
The attached meeting schedule outlines the proposed timetable for next year’s budget
process. This process is similar to previous years. Additional public meetings, in the
individual areas, will be setup after coordinating with the area Directors in the New Year.
Municipalities and First Nation’s are asked to indicate if they would like a report to their
elected body scheduled for February. If you would like a meeting, please advise the
CAO by January 9th, 2015.
For services entirely within a single service area please contact Teri Fong, Manager of
Finance, directly to setup individual appointments.
Submitted by: Approved by: _______________________________________________________ Teri Fong, CPA, CGA, Manager of Finance _______________________________________________________ Russell Dyson, Chief Administrative Officer Members: City of Port Alberni, District of Ucluelet, District of Tofino, Yuułuʔiłʔatḥ Government, Huu-ay-aht First Nations, Uchucklesaht Tribe
Electoral Areas "A" (Bamfield), "B" (Beaufort), "C" (Long Beach), "D" (Sproat Lake), "E" (Beaver Creek) and "F" (Cherry Creek)
72
Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District
2015-2019 Financial Plan Meeting Schedule
All meetings to be held in the Regional District Board Room unless otherwise specified
Date, Time Wednesday, Jan 28th 10:00am Participants Committee‐of‐the‐Whole Services to be Reviewed  Grant‐in‐aid for Economic Development West Coast Committee Meeting – (Tofino Council Chambers) 


Long Beach Airport Long Beach Emergency Planning West Coast Waste Management Alberni Valley Committee and Bamfield (for Waste Management Services) 









Alberni Valley Emergency Planning Alberni Valley Waste Management Alberni Valley Regional Airport Proposed Regional Water Custom Transit Sproat Lake Marine Patrol Building Inspection Electoral Area Administration Mgmt of Development – Rural Areas VI Regional Library 

Dependent on meeting location and participating services Grant‐in‐aid Applications Board of Directors Meeting 



E911 Telephone Service General Government Services Regional Parks Regional Planning Regional Hospital District Board of Directors Meeting 
1st reading – 2015 Hospital District Budget Board of Directors Meeting 
1st reading – 2015‐2019 Financial Plan Bylaw Board of Directors Meeting 
Continued debate on any unfinished Financial Plan items Regional Hospital District Board of Directors Meeting 
2nd, 3rd reading & adoption – 2015 Hospital District Budget Special Board of Directors Meeting 

Public Consultation Session & Debate Second reading – 2015‐2019 Financial Plan Bylaw Board of Directors Meeting 
3rd reading & adoption of the Regional District 2015‐2019 Financial Plan Thursday, Jan 29th 1:30pm Wednesday, Feb 4th 10:00am Wednesday, Feb 4th 1:30pm Electoral Area Directors Meeting Wednesday, Feb 11th to Wednesday, Mar 11th Wednesday, Feb 11th 9:00am Community, member Municipalities & FN meetings Committee‐of‐the‐Whole Meeting Wednesday, Feb 11th 1:30pm Wednesday, Feb 11th (immediately following the BOD) Wednesday, Feb 25th 1:30pm Wednesday, Mar 11th 1:30pm Wednesday, Mar 11th (immediately following the BOD) Wednesday, Mar. 11th 6:00pm Wednesday, Mar 25th 1:30pm Members: City of Port Alberni, District of Ucluelet, District of Tofino, Yuułuʔiłʔatḥ Government, Huu-ay-aht First Nations, Uchucklesaht Tribe
Electoral Areas "A" (Bamfield), "B" (Beaufort), "C" (Long Beach), "D" (Sproat Lake), "E" (Beaver Creek) and "F" (Cherry Creek)
73
3008 Fifth Avenue, Port Alberni, B.C. CANADA V9Y 2E3
Telephone (250) 720-2700 FAX: (250) 723-1327
REQUEST FOR DECISION
TO:
Board of Directors
FROM:
Teri Fong, CPA, CGA, Manager of Finance
DATE:
December 1, 2014
RE:
Finance Warrant No.547
Recommendation:
That the Board of Directors approves Finance Warrant Number 547 in the amount of
$718,532.27 dated November 30, 2014.
Chief Administrative Officer Comments:
Concur
IMPLICATIONS OF THE RECOMMENDATION
1.
GENERAL
That the Board of Directors reviews the details of the expenditures made in the
previous month and when satisfied, approves the finance warrant.
2.
TIME REQUIREMENT – STAFF AND ELECTED OFFICIALS – none
3.
FINANCIAL – none
4.
POLICY OR LEGISLATIVE – none
5.
RELEVANCE TO THE STRATEGIC PLAN AND CURRENT WORK PLAN
Improve financial controls by increasing the transparency of the Regional
District’s financial affairs.
6.
COMMUNICATION ISSUES - none
Submitted by:
Teri Fong, CPA, CGA, Manager of Finance
______________________
Members: City of Port Alberni, District of Ucluelet, District of Tofino, Yuułuʔiłʔatḥ Government, Huu-ay-aht First Nations
Electoral Areas "A" (Bamfield), "B" (Beaufort), "C" (Long Beach), "D" (Sproat Lake), "E" (Beaver Creek) and "F" (Cherry Creek)
74
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 1
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Invoice No.
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Account No.
Status
2308 - ROYAL CANADIAN ARMY CADET CORPS
36510
20-Nov-2014
01-4-2500-000
Batch
Account Description
0015
NOV18/14
Time : 2:28 pm
Medium
Debit
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
Amount
Credit
C
1000.00
1000.00
Invoice Description --> EA ADMIN - CHERRY CREEK - TRAILS MAINTENANCE
0016
ACE COURIER SERVICES
36648
28-Nov-2014
14130752
01-4-2500-000
Total :
1000.00
0.00
1000.00
Supplier Total :
1000.00
0.00
1000.00
Issued
238
C
PAYABLES - TRADE
21.71
21.71
Invoice Description --> MILLSTREAM WATER - SHIPPING COST
0019
0946982 BC LTD (DBA - ACE FLAGGING)
00071-0001
18-Nov-2014
102-2053
01-4-2500-000
Total :
21.71
0.00
21.71
Supplier Total :
21.71
0.00
21.71
Issued
227
PAYABLES - TRADE
T
1276.28
1276.28
Invoice Description --> BCWS - HILLS ROAD WATER BREAK
0021
ALBERNI DISTRICT CO-OP ASSOCIATION
36470
13-Nov-2014
SLVFD - OCT/14
01-4-2500-000
Total :
1276.28
0.00
1276.28
Supplier Total :
1276.28
0.00
1276.28
Issued
228
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
330.26
88.85
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - OCTOBER 2014 FUEL COSTS
BCVFD - SEP/14
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
241.41
Invoice Description --> BCVFD - SEPTEMBER 2014 FUEL COSTS
330.26
Total :
36511
20-Nov-2014
BCVFD - OCT/14
01-4-2500-000
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
0.00
C
330.26
1712.78
403.18
Invoice Description --> BCVFD - OCTOBER 2014 FUEL COSTS
BCWS - OCT/14
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
578.00
Invoice Description --> BCWS - OCTOBER 2014 VEHICLE FUEL
ACRD - OCT/14
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
731.60
Invoice Description --> ACRD - OCTOBER 2014 FUEL COSTS
0030
ACKLANDS-GRAINGER INC.
36471
13-Nov-2014
4354-0517478-CRME
01-4-2500-000
Total :
1712.78
0.00
1712.78
Supplier Total :
2043.04
0.00
2043.04
Issued
PAYABLES - TRADE
228
C
-76.66
75
356.25
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 2
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Time : 2:28 pm
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Invoice No.
Account No.
Status
Batch
Account Description
Medium
Debit
Amount
Credit
Invoice Description --> CREDIT MEMO - BCWS SUPPLIES
4354 0526622
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
-24.06
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - REPAIRS/APPARATUS - CREDIT MEMO
4354 0524457
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
16.80
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - FREIGHT OUT - FOR BATTERIES
4354 0527124
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
37.01
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - SAFETY EQUIPMENT - SIGNS
4354 0527056
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
54.34
Invoice Description --> BCWS - WATER SYSTEM SUPPLIES
4354 0527104
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
76.81
Invoice Description --> LBA - WEATHER STATION SUPPIES
4354 0526498
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
98.91
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - REPAIRS/APPARATUS
4354 0526993
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
173.10
Invoice Description --> LBA - TERMINAL BUILDING SUPPLIES
356.25
Total :
36649
4354 0527096
28-Nov-2014
01-4-2500-000
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
0.00
C
356.25
2216.67
2216.67
Invoice Description --> BCVFD/BCWS - SPLIT CONFINED SPACES FOR BUILDING
0031
AGAT LABORATORIES
36472
13-Nov-2014
14101821E
01-4-2500-000
Total :
2216.67
0.00
2216.67
Supplier Total :
2572.92
0.00
2572.92
Issued
228
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
1913.10
1913.10
Invoice Description --> WCLF - WATER MONITORING
0043
ADSS DRY GRAD
36650
28-Nov-2014
2014DRIVERS
01-4-2500-000
Total :
1913.10
0.00
1913.10
Supplier Total :
1913.10
0.00
1913.10
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
250.00
250.00
Invoice Description --> ACRD - DRIVERS FOR 2014 XMAS PARTY
0050
ACRES AND POLLOCK
36473
13-Nov-2014
15,627.1
01-4-2500-000
Total :
250.00
0.00
250.00
Supplier Total :
250.00
0.00
250.00
Issued
PAYABLES - TRADE
228
C
262.50
262.50
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - DRY HYDRANT - CAPITAL
76
Total :
262.50
0.00
262.50
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 3
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Invoice No.
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Account No.
Status
Batch
Account Description
0056
AIRGAS CANADA INC.
36474
13-Nov-2014
01-4-2500-000
Medium
Debit
262.50
Supplier Total :
209552
Time : 2:28 pm
Issued
228
PAYABLES - TRADE
Amount
Credit
0.00
C
262.50
24.86
24.86
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - GAS SUPPLIES
0059
ADELHARDT CONCRETE PLUS
36651
28-Nov-2014
162958
01-4-2500-000
Total :
24.86
0.00
24.86
Supplier Total :
24.86
0.00
24.86
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
809.20
809.20
Invoice Description --> ACRD - OFFICE RECONFIGURATION - PATCH HOLES/CONCRETE OVER ELECTRICAL
Total :
809.20
0.00
809.20
Supplier Total :
809.20
0.00
809.20
0060
ALBERNI COMMUNICATIONS & ELECTRONICS
36475
13-Nov-2014
18083
01-4-2500-000
Issued
228
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
5480.78
36.46
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - PAGER BATTERY & BELT CLIP ASSEMBLY
18088
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
38.08
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - PAGER ADJUSTED NOISE & INTERFERENCE
18069
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
5406.24
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - 6 NEW TWO RADIOS XPR3500 136-174 128C, 6 MIC JACKS AND CHARGER CUPS
Total :
5480.78
0.00
5480.78
Supplier Total :
5480.78
0.00
5480.78
0090
ALBERNI DISTRICT FALL FAIR ASSOCIATION
36476
13-Nov-2014
SASLMP2014
01-4-2500-000
Issued
228
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
420.00
420.00
Invoice Description --> SLMP - BOAT STORAGE FOR 2013-14
Total :
420.00
0.00
420.00
Supplier Total :
420.00
0.00
420.00
0095
ALBERNI VALLEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
36477
13-Nov-2014
10718
01-4-2500-000
Issued
PAYABLES - TRADE
228
C
26.20
26.20
Invoice Description --> ACRD - NETWORKING DINNER - LITTLE BAVARIA - SOLDA
Total :
26.20
0.00
26.20
77
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 4
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Invoice No.
Account No.
Status
Batch
Account Description
Medium
Debit
26.20
Supplier Total :
0131
AGS BUSINESS SYSTEMS INC.
36478
13-Nov-2014
724097
Time : 2:28 pm
01-4-2500-000
Issued
228
PAYABLES - TRADE
Amount
Credit
0.00
C
26.20
145.60
145.60
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - COPIER EXPENSES
Total :
145.60
0.00
145.60
Supplier Total :
145.60
0.00
145.60
0188
ALBERNI INDUSTRIAL MARINE SUPPLY LTD.
36479
13-Nov-2014
3420A
01-4-2500-000
Issued
228
C
PAYABLES - TRADE
4.64
4.64
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - TRUCK #41 REPAIRS
0213
ALBERNI TOWING
36480
13-Nov-2014
18631
01-4-2500-000
Total :
4.64
0.00
4.64
Supplier Total :
4.64
0.00
4.64
Issued
228
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
196.56
196.56
Invoice Description --> BCVFD - TRAINING - TOW VEHICLES USED FOR PRACTICE
0270
ANDREW SHERET LTD.
00071-0002
18-Nov-2014
03-082822
01-4-2500-000
Total :
196.56
0.00
196.56
Supplier Total :
196.56
0.00
196.56
Issued
227
PAYABLES - TRADE
T
8764.50
210.84
Invoice Description --> BCWS - METER EXCHANGE PROGRAM
03-082544
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
2804.13
Invoice Description --> BWS - TREATMENT PILOT PROJECT - CAPITAL
03-082819
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
5749.53
Invoice Description --> BCWS - METER EXCHANGE PROGRAM
0336
ARC - WESTERN CANADA
36652
28-Nov-2014
N017506
01-4-2500-000
Total :
8764.50
0.00
8764.50
Supplier Total :
8764.50
0.00
8764.50
Issued
PAYABLES - TRADE
238
C
206.98
206.98
Invoice Description --> PLANNING - PLOTTER SUPPLIES
Total :
78
206.98
0.00
206.98
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 5
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Invoice No.
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Status
Account No.
Batch
Account Description
0394
ASSOCIATED FIRE SAFETY EQUIPMENT
36481
13-Nov-2014
01-4-2500-000
Medium
Debit
206.98
Supplier Total :
CM18/09/14
Time : 2:28 pm
Issued
228
PAYABLES - TRADE
Amount
Credit
0.00
C
206.98
716.21
-410.42
Invoice Description --> CREDIT MEMO - BCVFD - EQUIPMENT INVOICE ADJUSTED AFTER PAYMENT MADE
12435
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
190.03
PAYABLES - TRADE
936.60
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - HELMET
12685
01-4-2500-000
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - EQUIPMENT - COVERALLS
Total :
716.21
0.00
716.21
Supplier Total :
716.21
0.00
716.21
0398
ASSOCIATION OF BC FOREST PROFESSIONALS
36482
13-Nov-2014
2015-ADAIR
01-4-2500-000
Issued
228
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
549.94
549.94
Invoice Description --> 2015 ABCFP MEMBERSHIP - ADAIR #4332
0451
ALBERNI VALLEY IT SERVICES
36483
13-Nov-2014
20027
01-4-2500-000
Total :
549.94
0.00
549.94
Supplier Total :
549.94
0.00
549.94
Issued
228
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
135.00
135.00
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - ROUTER - AMPED WIRELESS 60MW SMART REPEATER AND RANGE EXTENDER
0480
BAVARIAN CENTRE LTD.
36484
13-Nov-2014
8
01-4-2500-000
Total :
135.00
0.00
135.00
Supplier Total :
135.00
0.00
135.00
Issued
228
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
236.25
26.25
Invoice Description --> ACRD - HALL RENTAL EMPLOYEE FITNESS BENEFIT - NOV 6
6
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
78.75
Invoice Description --> ACRD - HALL RENTAL EMPLOYEE FITNESS BENEFIT - SEPT 11, 18, & 25
7
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
131.25
Invoice Description --> ACRD - HALL RENTAL EMPLOYEE FITNESS BENEFIT - OCT 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30
0505
BAMFIELD MARINE SCIENCE CENTRE
36653
28-Nov-2014
68457
01-4-2500-000
Invoice Description --> ACRD - ELECTIONS
Total :
236.25
0.00
236.25
Supplier Total :
236.25
0.00
236.25
Issued
PAYABLES - TRADE
238
C
200.70
200.70
79
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 6
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Invoice No.
Account No.
0508
BAMFIELD BUILDERS SUPPLY
36485
13-Nov-2014
171321
Time : 2:28 pm
01-4-2500-000
Status
Batch
Account Description
Medium
Debit
Amount
Credit
Total :
200.70
0.00
200.70
Supplier Total :
200.70
0.00
200.70
Issued
228
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
59.08
15.67
Invoice Description --> BWS - SHELVING FOR BATTERY BACK UP UNITS
171296
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
43.41
Invoice Description --> BWS - ELECTRIC MOTORS - GREASING SUPPLIES
0530
BEST WESTERN BARCLAY HOTEL
36486
13-Nov-2014
2014010029
01-4-2500-000
Total :
59.08
0.00
59.08
Supplier Total :
59.08
0.00
59.08
Issued
228
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
61.00
61.00
Invoice Description --> COMMITTEE MTG FOOD - FIREFIGHTERS - OCT30/14
61.00
Total :
36654
2014010353
28-Nov-2014
01-4-2500-000
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
0.00
C
61.00
153.98
153.98
Invoice Description --> COMMITTEE MTG FOOD - FIREFIGHTERS - NOV.03/14
0660
BC HYDRO
36487
13-Nov-2014
115007614134
01-4-2500-000
Total :
153.98
0.00
153.98
Supplier Total :
214.98
0.00
214.98
Issued
228
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
816.80
816.80
Invoice Description --> BCWS - STRICT ROAD PUMP STATION SEPTEMBER 26 TO OCTOBER 27, 2014
816.80
Total :
36512
400002372105
20-Nov-2014
01-4-2500-000
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
0.00
C
816.80
10450.62
10450.62
Invoice Description --> HYDRO - ACRD CONSOLIDATED
0673
BC ONE CALL
36488
13-Nov-2014
201406361
01-4-2500-000
Total :
10450.62
0.00
10450.62
Supplier Total :
11267.42
0.00
11267.42
Issued
PAYABLES - TRADE
228
C
72.19
72.19
Invoice Description --> BCWS - 3RD QUARTER 2014 MEMBERSHIP FEES
80
Total :
72.19
0.00
72.19
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 7
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Invoice No.
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Account No.
Status
Batch
Account Description
Medium
Debit
72.19
Supplier Total :
0700
BC TRANSIT
36489
13-Nov-2014
914602
Time : 2:28 pm
01-4-2500-000
Issued
228
PAYABLES - TRADE
Amount
Credit
0.00
C
72.19
19217.00
19217.00
Invoice Description --> SEPTEMBER 2014 CUSTOM TRANSIT
0740
BEAVER CREEK HOME CENTER
36490
13-Nov-2014
672794
01-4-2500-000
Total :
19217.00
0.00
19217.00
Supplier Total :
19217.00
0.00
19217.00
Issued
228
C
PAYABLES - TRADE
174.44
52.42
Invoice Description --> BWS - WATER SYSTEM SUPPLIES - CAUTION TAPE & STAKES
673400
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
122.02
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - SMALL EQUIPMENT - ANGLE GRINDER
174.44
Total :
36513
674976
20-Nov-2014
01-4-2500-000
Issued
235
0.00
C
PAYABLES - TRADE
174.44
85.90
13.47
Invoice Description --> BCWS - METER EXCHANGE PROGRAM TOOLS
646416
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
72.43
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - TRAINING SUPPLIES
0785
BERKS INTERTRUCK LTD.
36655
28-Nov-2014
CM660772
01-4-2500-000
Total :
85.90
0.00
85.90
Supplier Total :
260.34
0.00
260.34
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
412.50
-146.72
Invoice Description --> BCVFD - CREDIT BILLED TO WRONG ACCOUNT
26580
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
559.22
Invoice Description --> BCVFD - AIR SYSTEM/BRAKE REPAIR
0791
BERRY & VALE CONTRACTING LTD
00071-0003
18-Nov-2014
1476
01-4-2500-000
Total :
412.50
0.00
412.50
Supplier Total :
412.50
0.00
412.50
Issued
227
PAYABLES - TRADE
T
102118.53
34894.91
Invoice Description --> WCLF OCTOBER CONTRACTOR, FREON REMOVAL $60
1477
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
67223.62
Invoice Description --> OCTOBER 2014 - AVLF OPERATIONS CONTRACT, EXTRAS $1503.76, FREON REMOVAL $336
00072-0001
102118.53
Total :
25-Nov-2014
Issued
234
T
0.00
102118.53
81
21000.00
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 8
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Invoice No.
1473
Time : 2:28 pm
Account No.
01-4-2500-000
Status
Batch
Account Description
Medium
Debit
PAYABLES - TRADE
Amount
Credit
21000.00
Invoice Description --> AVLF - SITE SECURITY IMPROVEMENTS - CAPITAL
0801
CORIX WATER PRODUCTS LTD.
00071-0007
18-Nov-2014
1041520689
01-4-2500-000
Total :
21000.00
0.00
21000.00
Supplier Total :
123118.53
0.00
123118.53
Issued
227
T
PAYABLES - TRADE
1359.20
59.78
Invoice Description --> BWS - WATER SYSTEM SUPPLIES
1041420690
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
236.67
Invoice Description --> BWS - WATER SYSTEM SUPPLIES
1041420686
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
1062.75
Invoice Description --> BWS - WATER SYSTEM SUPPLIES
0806
CORIX - CONTROL SOLUTIONS LP
00071-0006
18-Nov-2014
INV36351
01-4-2500-000
Total :
1359.20
0.00
1359.20
Supplier Total :
1359.20
0.00
1359.20
Issued
227
PAYABLES - TRADE
T
1759.52
1759.52
Invoice Description --> BCWS - TURBIDITY EQUIPMENT
0825
BLACK PRESS GROUP LTD.
36491
13-Nov-2014
32400818
01-4-2500-000
Total :
1759.52
0.00
1759.52
Supplier Total :
1759.52
0.00
1759.52
Issued
228
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
271.37
271.37
Invoice Description --> EA ADMIN - ELECTION ADVERTISING
0827
BLAKEY ELECTRIC
36492
13-Nov-2014
91477
01-4-2500-000
Total :
271.37
0.00
271.37
Supplier Total :
271.37
0.00
271.37
Issued
228
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
2271.48
2271.48
Invoice Description --> LBA - WATER SYSTEM NEW FLOATS
2271.48
Total :
36656
91476
28-Nov-2014
01-4-2500-000
Issued
PAYABLES - TRADE
238
C
482.00
Invoice Description --> LBA - WATER SYSTEM - SCOPE OF WORK
91474
01-4-2500-000
82
PAYABLES - TRADE
786.00
Invoice Description --> BWS - CONTROL WIRING -TRAVEL FOR
91475
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
1479.13
0.00
2271.48
2747.13
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 9
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Invoice No.
Time : 2:28 pm
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Account No.
Status
Batch
Account Description
Medium
Debit
Amount
Credit
Invoice Description --> BWS - CONTROL WIRING TO RESERVOIR
Total :
2747.13
0.00
2747.13
Supplier Total :
5018.61
0.00
5018.61
0835
BOOKSTORE - ANNEX PUBLISHING & PRINTING
36493
13-Nov-2014
IN52395
01-4-2500-000
Issued
228
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
254.75
254.75
Invoice Description --> SLVFD -
0900
TRACY BOND (PETTY CASH)
36494
13-Nov-2014
OCT27/14
01-4-2500-000
Total :
254.75
0.00
254.75
Supplier Total :
254.75
0.00
254.75
Issued
228
C
PAYABLES - TRADE
89.40
89.40
Invoice Description --> ACRD - OFFICE EXPENSES
89.40
Total :
36509
NOV13/14
13-Nov-2014
01-4-2500-000
Issued
229
0.00
C
PAYABLES - TRADE
89.40
89.30
89.30
Invoice Description --> ACRD OFFICE EXPENSES $70.85, ELECTIONS $18.45
0940
DUVALL, EDITH
00069-0001
10-Nov-2014
EDUVALL65947
01-4-2500-000
Total :
89.30
0.00
89.30
Supplier Total :
178.70
0.00
178.70
Issued
221
PAYABLES - TRADE
T
1800.00
1800.00
Invoice Description --> ACRD OFFICE - MONTHLY JANITORIAL
0944
BREAKER'S MARINE LTD
36495
13-Nov-2014
P35918
01-4-2500-000
Total :
1800.00
0.00
1800.00
Supplier Total :
1800.00
0.00
1800.00
Issued
228
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
446.54
138.86
Invoice Description --> SLMP - BOAT WINTERIZATION - FUEL STABILIZER
P18452
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
307.68
Invoice Description --> SLMP - BOAT SERVICE REPAIR
0950
BRETT, KENNETH
00072-0002
25-Nov-2014
Total :
446.54
0.00
446.54
Supplier Total :
446.54
0.00
446.54
Issued
234
T
83
1000.00
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 10
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Time : 2:28 pm
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Invoice No.
Account No.
BRE166193
01-4-2500-000
Status
Batch
Account Description
Medium
Debit
PAYABLES - TRADE
Amount
Credit
1000.00
Invoice Description --> ALBERNI VALLEY AIRPORT SUPERVISION
1035
BUTLER, LES
00071-0004
18-Nov-2014
2014-10
01-4-2500-000
Total :
1000.00
0.00
1000.00
Supplier Total :
1000.00
0.00
1000.00
Issued
227
PAYABLES - TRADE
T
4029.37
4029.37
Invoice Description --> BWS - OCTOBER 2014 CONTRACTOR $3562.50 , TREATMENT PILOT PROJECT - CAPITAL $275
Total :
4029.37
0.00
4029.37
Supplier Total :
4029.37
0.00
4029.37
1050
BAMFIELD VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT
36657
28-Nov-2014
LMNOV17/14
01-4-2500-000
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
2301.90
750.00
Invoice Description --> BCEP - ANNUAL CONTRIBUTION TO BVFD
LMNOV.16/14
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
1551.90
Invoice Description --> BCEP - BVFD FOR EFLARES FORM CANADIAN SAFETY EQUIP
1058
C. BOWNE ENTERPRISES
36496
13-Nov-2014
8795
01-4-2500-000
Total :
2301.90
0.00
2301.90
Supplier Total :
2301.90
0.00
2301.90
Issued
228
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
55.55
55.55
Invoice Description --> ACRD OFFICE - JANITORIAL SUPPLIES
55.55
Total :
36658
8759
28-Nov-2014
01-4-2500-000
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
0.00
C
55.55
151.65
151.65
Invoice Description --> SLCP - COUGAR SMITH PARK SUPPLIES
Total :
151.65
0.00
151.65
Supplier Total :
207.20
0.00
207.20
1075
KEVIN P. SMITH HOLDINGS LTD. (CANADIAN TIRE #488)
36514
20-Nov-2014
974660
01-4-2500-000
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
109.74
109.74
Invoice Description --> AVRA - TABLES
109.74
Total :
36659
974706
28-Nov-2014
84
01-4-2500-000
Issued
PAYABLES - TRADE
Invoice Description --> BCWS - SUPPLIES FOR METER EXCHANGE PROGRAM
238
C
24.63
0.00
109.74
24.63
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 11
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Invoice No.
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Account No.
Status
CANADIAN ALBERNI ENGINEERING LTD
36497
13-Nov-2014
01-4-2500-000
Batch
Account Description
1113
IN000316
Time : 2:28 pm
Medium
Debit
Amount
Credit
Total :
24.63
0.00
24.63
Supplier Total :
134.37
0.00
134.37
Issued
228
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
2458.47
522.75
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - REPAIRS TO TRUCK #46
IN000315
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
1935.72
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - TRAINING SITE - CAPITAL
2458.47
Total :
36660
IN0000681
28-Nov-2014
01-4-2500-000
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
0.00
C
2458.47
5900.75
5900.75
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - FAB CABINETS ON FIRE TRUCK
1270
CDW CANADA INC
00072-0003
25-Nov-2014
QG45895
01-4-2500-000
Total :
5900.75
0.00
5900.75
Supplier Total :
8359.22
0.00
8359.22
Issued
234
T
PAYABLES - TRADE
983.93
83.33
Invoice Description --> ACRD - CABLES FOR SERVER ROOM
QG43427
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
104.15
Invoice Description --> ACRD - CABLES FOR SERVER ROOM
QP57849
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
313.60
Invoice Description --> ACRD - SERVER HARD DRIVE
QG16860
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
482.85
Invoice Description --> ACRD - TONER - $47.26- PLANNING TONNER - $383.86
1316
CERTITECH IT SERVICES
00071-0005
18-Nov-2014
00147
01-4-2500-000
Total :
983.93
0.00
983.93
Supplier Total :
983.93
0.00
983.93
Issued
227
PAYABLES - TRADE
T
7192.50
7192.50
Invoice Description --> OCTOBER 2014 - IT SUPPORT SERVICES $5850, BCWS METER EXCHANGE $400, SERVER MO
1342
CITY OF PORT ALBERNI
36498
13-Nov-2014
OCT24/14
01-4-2500-000
Total :
7192.50
0.00
7192.50
Supplier Total :
7192.50
0.00
7192.50
Issued
PAYABLES - TRADE
228
C
71.99
Invoice Description --> AVLF SEWER LECHATE SEPTEMBER 1 TO 30, 2014
CSOCT20/14
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
77.20
149.19
85
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 12
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Time : 2:28 pm
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Invoice No.
Status
Account No.
Batch
Medium
Account Description
Debit
Amount
Credit
Invoice Description --> ACRD - COST SHARE WITH CPA FOR CLERKS & CORPORATE OFFICERS FORUM
149.19
Total :
36661
28-Nov-2014
SEPT.30/14
01-4-2500-000
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
0.00
C
149.19
71.99
71.99
Invoice Description --> AVLF - LEACHATE INSPECTION
1376
CMJ EQUIPMENT LTD.
36662
28-Nov-2014
004516
01-4-2500-000
Total :
71.99
0.00
71.99
Supplier Total :
221.18
0.00
221.18
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
283.50
283.50
Invoice Description --> BCWS - SERVICE & CALIBRATION ON GAS DETECTION SYSTEM
1378
CIT
36515
20-Nov-2014
14590304
01-4-2500-000
Total :
283.50
0.00
283.50
Supplier Total :
283.50
0.00
283.50
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
245.28
245.28
Invoice Description --> FORMER BCID PRINTER LEASE 780-0460648-001 - INVOICE 14566689
1410
COASTAL BRIDGE & CONSTRUCTION
36663
28-Nov-2014
14-341
01-4-2500-000
Total :
245.28
0.00
245.28
Supplier Total :
245.28
0.00
245.28
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
15334.20
15334.20
Invoice Description --> BWS - WATER SANITATION PILOT PROJECT
1412
CLAYOQUOT BIOSPHERE TRUST
36499
13-Nov-2014
WCYG-OCT17/14
01-4-2500-000
Total :
15334.20
0.00
15334.20
Supplier Total :
15334.20
0.00
15334.20
Issued
228
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
5000.00
5000.00
Invoice Description --> ACHN - WEST COAST YOUTH GATHERINGS SUPPORT
1432
COKELY WIRE ROPE LTD.
36500
13-Nov-2014
IN0025042
86
01-4-2500-000
Total :
5000.00
0.00
5000.00
Supplier Total :
5000.00
0.00
5000.00
Issued
PAYABLES - TRADE
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - TRAINING HARDWARE
228
C
250.95
250.95
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 13
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Invoice No.
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Account No.
Status
CROW EXCAVATING & TRUCKING LTD.
00071-0008
18-Nov-2014
01-4-2500-000
Batch
Medium
Account Description
1626
PC#1 - 2493
Time : 2:28 pm
Debit
Amount
Credit
Total :
250.95
0.00
250.95
Supplier Total :
250.95
0.00
250.95
Issued
227
PAYABLES - TRADE
T
70600.48
70600.48
Invoice Description --> MSWS - EMERGENCY WATER CONNECTION & WATERMAIN - GAS TAX - CAPITAL
1650
CUPE - LOCAL 118
36501
13-Nov-2014
DUESOCT14
01-4-2500-000
Total :
70600.48
0.00
70600.48
Supplier Total :
70600.48
0.00
70600.48
Issued
228
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
1302.78
1302.78
Invoice Description --> OCTOBER 2014 DUES
1705
DEAKIN, SEAN
36664
28-Nov-2014
NOV.14/14
01-4-2500-000
Total :
1302.78
0.00
1302.78
Supplier Total :
1302.78
0.00
1302.78
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
392.00
392.00
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - TRAINING SITE - CAPITAL
1718
DENIS FRANCOEUR BACKHOEING
00072-0004
25-Nov-2014
PC#2 - 3081-003
01-4-2500-000
Total :
392.00
0.00
392.00
Supplier Total :
392.00
0.00
392.00
Issued
234
PAYABLES - TRADE
T
4456.41
4456.41
Invoice Description --> SALMON BEACH - SHORT STREET DRAINAGE
1847
DUPERE, JOHANNE
00072-0005
25-Nov-2014
DUP166194
01-4-2500-000
Total :
4456.41
0.00
4456.41
Supplier Total :
4456.41
0.00
4456.41
Issued
PAYABLES - TRADE
234
T
200.00
200.00
Invoice Description --> SPROAT PARKS CARETAKER
1855
DYNAMEX CANADA LIMITED (670)
Total :
200.00
0.00
200.00
Supplier Total :
200.00
0.00
200.00
87
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 14
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
1010747
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Invoice No.
36502
Time : 2:28 pm
Account No.
Status
13-Nov-2014
01-4-2500-000
Batch
Account Description
Medium
Debit
Issued
228
PAYABLES - TRADE
Amount
Credit
C
75.08
24.52
Invoice Description --> SL PARKS WATER TESTING $18.35, BWS WATER TESTING $5.00
1015677
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
50.56
Invoice Description --> SL PARKS WATER TESTING $18.35, BWS WATER TESTING $29.80
75.08
Total :
36665
1019917
28-Nov-2014
01-4-2500-000
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
0.00
C
75.08
114.42
43.84
Invoice Description --> SB & BWS - WATER MONITORING
1017365
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
70.58
Invoice Description --> SL PARKS WATER TESTING $24.34 , BWS WATER TESTING $42.87
1882
TEAM EAGLE LTD.
36666
28-Nov-2014
13490
01-4-2500-000
Total :
114.42
0.00
114.42
Supplier Total :
189.50
0.00
189.50
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
269.26
269.26
Invoice Description --> LBA - MOWER PARTS
1890
TETRA TECH EBA INC.
36516
20-Nov-2014
60449525
01-4-2500-000
Total :
269.26
0.00
269.26
Supplier Total :
269.26
0.00
269.26
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
24346.31
11407.47
Invoice Description --> AVRA - RUNWAY EXTENSION PRE-DESIGN REPORT - CAPITAL
60453535
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
12938.84
Invoice Description --> AVRA - RUNWAY EXTENSION PRE-DESIGN REPORT - CAPITAL
Total :
24346.31
0.00
24346.31
Supplier Total :
24346.31
0.00
24346.31
1971
ENVIRONMENTAL OPERATORS CERTIFICATION PROGRAM
36517
20-Nov-2014
BF2015DUES
01-4-2500-000
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
220.50
73.50
Invoice Description --> FORSYTH - 2015 MEMBERSHIP DUES
JT2015DUES
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
73.50
Invoice Description --> JOHN THOMAS 2014 DUES (SPLIT AVLF, WCLF, LBA WATER, BWS, MSWS)
KL2015DUES
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
73.50
Invoice Description --> LOOKER - 2014 MEMBERSHIP DUES
88
Total :
220.50
0.00
220.50
Supplier Total :
220.50
0.00
220.50
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 15
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Invoice No.
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Account No.
1990
EVITT ELECTRIC
00072-0006
25-Nov-2014
72359C
01-4-2500-000
Status
Batch
Account Description
Medium
Debit
Issued
234
Amount
Credit
T
2095.02
PAYABLES - TRADE
6.27
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - KEY FOR TRUCK 46
72843C
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
22.29
Invoice Description --> BCVFD - MOVE BASE RADIO
73617C
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
23.71
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - MISC. KEYS FOR DOORS TO HALLS AND TRUCKS
72841C
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
36.32
Invoice Description --> BCVFD - FIRE HALL REPAIRS
72868A
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
48.14
PAYABLES - TRADE
88.73
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - TARP
34118
01-4-2500-000
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - BASEBOARD HEATER DOWN IN OFFICE
34111
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
1869.56
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - WIRING FIRE TRUCK
Total :
2095.02
0.00
2095.02
Supplier Total :
2095.02
0.00
2095.02
1999
E-Z SEE REFLECTIVE ADDRESS SYSTEMS
36503
13-Nov-2014
0097
01-4-2500-000
Issued
228
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
533.40
44.10
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - ADDRESS SIGNAGE - FIRE PREVENTION
0099
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
44.10
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - ADDRESS SIGNAGE - FIRE PREVENTION
0096
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
136.50
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - ADDRESS SIGNAGE - FIRE PREVENTION
0100
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
308.70
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - ADDRESS SIGNAGE - FIRE PREVENTION
2010
OUGHTRED COFFEE & TEA LTD.
36518
20-Nov-2014
INV121810
01-4-2500-000
Total :
533.40
0.00
533.40
Supplier Total :
533.40
0.00
533.40
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
100.27
100.27
Invoice Description --> OFFICE SUPPLIES
2049
FORFIRE ENTERPRISES
36519
20-Nov-2014
415
Time : 2:28 pm
01-4-2500-000
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - FIRE PREVENTION
Total :
100.27
0.00
100.27
Supplier Total :
100.27
0.00
100.27
Issued
PAYABLES - TRADE
235
C
577.86
577.86
89
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 16
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Invoice No.
Account No.
2067
FORTISBC
36520
20-Nov-2014
OCT.22/14
Time : 2:28 pm
01-4-2500-000
Status
Batch
Account Description
Medium
Debit
Amount
Credit
Total :
577.86
0.00
577.86
Supplier Total :
577.86
0.00
577.86
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
12.16
12.16
Invoice Description --> BCVFD - MONTHLY NATURAL GAS FOR HALL
Total :
12.16
0.00
12.16
Supplier Total :
12.16
0.00
12.16
2075
FYFE WELL & WATER SERVICES (DIVISION OF FYFE HOLDINGS LTD.)
36504
13-Nov-2014
2014-1471
01-4-2500-000
Issued
228
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
52190.25
52190.25
Invoice Description --> LBA - WELL DEVELOPMENT - CAPITAL - GAS TAX - 50% PAYMENT
52190.25
Total :
36667
2014-1476
28-Nov-2014
01-4-2500-000
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
0.00
C
52190.25
367.50
367.50
Invoice Description --> COUGAR SMITH PARK - WELL HEAD MODIFICATION
2112
GALLOWAY ELECTRIC
36521
20-Nov-2014
375
01-4-2500-000
Total :
367.50
0.00
367.50
Supplier Total :
52557.75
0.00
52557.75
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
1940.23
1940.23
Invoice Description --> LBA - 2 HAND DRYERS INSTALLED IN WASHROOM
1940.23
Total :
36668
379
28-Nov-2014
01-4-2500-000
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
0.00
C
1940.23
209.97
209.97
Invoice Description --> LBA - TERMINAL MAINTENANCE
2117
GARDENS ON THE GO
36522
20-Nov-2014
11131401
01-4-2500-000
Total :
209.97
0.00
209.97
Supplier Total :
2150.20
0.00
2150.20
Issued
PAYABLES - TRADE
235
C
3465.00
3465.00
Invoice Description --> PLANNING - FARM PLAN IMPLEMENTATION
90
Total :
3465.00
0.00
3465.00
Supplier Total :
3465.00
0.00
3465.00
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 17
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Invoice No.
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Status
Account No.
2140
GEDDES, RICHARD D.
00072-0007
25-Nov-2014
RG-SLVFD0166197
Time : 2:28 pm
01-4-2500-000
Batch
Account Description
Medium
Debit
Issued
234
PAYABLES - TRADE
Amount
Credit
T
55.00
55.00
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - MONTHLY PHONE REIMBURSEMENT
2207
GILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
36469
12-Nov-2014
ELECT2014
01-4-2500-000
Total :
55.00
0.00
55.00
Supplier Total :
55.00
0.00
55.00
Issued
224
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
100.00
100.00
Invoice Description --> EA ADMIN - RENTAL FOR ELECTIONS
2300
GRAND & TOY
36523
20-Nov-2014
G713088
01-4-2500-000
Total :
100.00
0.00
100.00
Supplier Total :
100.00
0.00
100.00
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
19.70
19.70
Invoice Description --> ACRD - ELECTION BINDERS
19.70
Total :
36669
G799969
28-Nov-2014
01-4-2500-000
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
0.00
C
19.70
30.52
30.52
Invoice Description --> PLANNING - OFFICE SUPPLIES
2320
THE GRAPHICS FACTORY
36524
20-Nov-2014
22199
01-4-2500-000
Total :
30.52
0.00
30.52
Supplier Total :
50.22
0.00
50.22
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
2427.61
33.60
Invoice Description --> AVLF - RECYCLING BULLDOG LOGO
22230
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
64.41
Invoice Description --> ACRD - ELECTION BALLOTS FOR BAMFIELD DIRECTOR
22193
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
520.80
Invoice Description --> AVLF - RECYCLING BIN MAGNETS
22204
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
1808.80
Invoice Description --> ACRD - ELECTION BALLOTS
2427.61
Total :
36670
22237
28-Nov-2014
01-4-2500-000
Issued
PAYABLES - TRADE
238
0.00
C
2427.61
221.76
221.76
Invoice Description --> AVLF - RECYCLING SIGNS FOR BAMFIELD RECYCLING DEPOT
Total :
221.76
0.00
91
221.76
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 18
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Invoice No.
Account No.
Status
Batch
Account Description
2322
GUILLEVIN INTERNATIONAL CO.
36525
20-Nov-2014
01-4-2500-000
Medium
Debit
2649.37
Supplier Total :
0428-490649
Time : 2:28 pm
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
Amount
Credit
0.00
C
2649.37
1023.35
1023.35
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - LADDER & PRONGED FEET
1023.35
Total :
36671
0428-491536
28-Nov-2014
01-4-2500-000
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
0.00
C
1023.35
3620.17
90.20
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - REGULAR ALUM WHEEL CHOCK
0428-491703
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
1574.48
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - AV3 W/SURESEAL X 6
0428-491638
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
1955.49
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - INVERTER
2330
GW SOLUTIONS
36672
28-Nov-2014
GWS 11-13-14
01-4-2500-000
Total :
3620.17
0.00
3620.17
Supplier Total :
4643.52
0.00
4643.52
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
4629.82
4629.82
Invoice Description --> LBA HYDROGEOLOGY TESTING
2465
HETHERINGTON INDUSTRIES LTD
36673
28-Nov-2014
E-44179
01-4-2500-000
Total :
4629.82
0.00
4629.82
Supplier Total :
4629.82
0.00
4629.82
Issued
238
C
PAYABLES - TRADE
-19.95
PAYABLES - TRADE
283.50
263.55
Invoice Description --> AVLF WASTE OIL REBATE
PS-2937
01-4-2500-000
Invoice Description --> AVLF - MAINTENANCE ON BLOCKED LINE
2485
HOLDER, DAN
36526
20-Nov-2014
NOV14/14
01-4-2500-000
Total :
263.55
0.00
263.55
Supplier Total :
263.55
0.00
263.55
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
4216.80
4216.80
Invoice Description --> FIRE SERVICE COORDINATOR CONTRACTOR - SEPTEMBER 2014
4216.80
Total :
36674
NOV.13/14
28-Nov-2014
92
01-4-2500-000
Issued
PAYABLES - TRADE
Invoice Description --> BAMFIELD FIRE CHIEF'S LUNCH
238
C
55.00
0.00
4216.80
55.00
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 19
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Invoice No.
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Account No.
2499
HOMETOWN AUTOMOTIVE LTD.
36527
20-Nov-2014
4317
Time : 2:28 pm
01-4-2500-000
Status
Batch
Account Description
Medium
Debit
Amount
Credit
Total :
55.00
0.00
55.00
Supplier Total :
4271.80
0.00
4271.80
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
1003.59
343.57
Invoice Description --> 2008 YARIS - BRAKES AND OIL CHANGE
4258
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
660.02
Invoice Description --> 2011 FORD RANGER VEHICLE REPAIR - BRAKES, ROTORS AND OIL
2500
HOPKINS, BERNIE
36528
20-Nov-2014
34-2014
01-4-2500-000
Total :
1003.59
0.00
1003.59
Supplier Total :
1003.59
0.00
1003.59
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
44.45
44.45
Invoice Description --> ACRD OFFICE - VACUUM BAGS
2555
HOUGHTON, DAVID
36505
13-Nov-2014
OCT16-25/14
01-4-2500-000
Total :
44.45
0.00
44.45
Supplier Total :
44.45
0.00
44.45
Issued
228
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
7300.00
2900.00
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - TRAINING SITE - REPAIRS - CAPITAL
OCT05-15/14
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
4400.00
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - TRAINING SITE - REPAIRS - CAPITAL
7300.00
Total :
36675
NOV01-11/14
28-Nov-2014
01-4-2500-000
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
0.00
C
7300.00
5225.00
2200.00
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - TRAINING SITE - REPAIRS - CAPITAL
NOV12-20/14
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
3025.00
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - TRAINING SITE - REPAIRS - CAPITAL
2580
HUB FIRE ENGINES & EQUIPMENT LTD.
36529
20-Nov-2014
IN00029562
01-4-2500-000
Total :
5225.00
0.00
5225.00
Supplier Total :
12525.00
0.00
12525.00
Issued
PAYABLES - TRADE
235
C
475.84
475.84
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - CHECK VALVES
Total :
475.84
0.00
475.84
93
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 20
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Invoice No.
Account No.
Status
Batch
Account Description
2649
THE INK SPOT
36530
20-Nov-2014
01-4-2500-000
Medium
Debit
475.84
Supplier Total :
14-1068
Time : 2:28 pm
Issued
235
Amount
Credit
0.00
C
PAYABLES - TRADE
126.66
PAYABLES - TRADE
297.79
475.84
424.45
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - OFFICE SUPPLIES
14-1041
01-4-2500-000
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - OFFICE EQUIPMENT - CHAIR $169.00, COMPUTER - HARD DRIVE $96.89
2761
ISLAND RADIO LTD.
36531
20-Nov-2014
182910
01-4-2500-000
Total :
424.45
0.00
424.45
Supplier Total :
424.45
0.00
424.45
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
198.45
198.45
Invoice Description --> AVLF - OLD ELECTRONICS RADIO ADS
2763
ISLAND ROOFING
36532
20-Nov-2014
01015
01-4-2500-000
Total :
198.45
0.00
198.45
Supplier Total :
198.45
0.00
198.45
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
2091.39
1041.39
Invoice Description --> AVLF - 3RD AVENUE RECYCLING BUILDING ROOF REPAIRS
01011
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
1050.00
Invoice Description --> BCWS - SUPPLY AND INSTALL METAL ROOF
2772
ISLAND FIRE PROTECTION LTD.
36676
28-Nov-2014
9859
01-4-2500-000
Total :
2091.39
0.00
2091.39
Supplier Total :
2091.39
0.00
2091.39
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
266.70
266.70
Invoice Description --> BCVFD - HYDROSTATIC TESTING & 4 CASCADE CYLINDER
2785
JACK'S EXCEL TIRE CENTRE
36533
20-Nov-2014
29043
01-4-2500-000
Total :
266.70
0.00
266.70
Supplier Total :
266.70
0.00
266.70
Issued
PAYABLES - TRADE
235
C
757.01
67.09
Invoice Description --> 2011 FORD RANGER - TIRE CHANGEOVER
129042
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
689.92
Invoice Description --> BUILDING INSPECTION - 2014 JEEP CHEROKEE - WINTER TIRES LESS TRADE IN $200
94
Total :
757.01
0.00
757.01
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 21
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Invoice No.
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Account No.
Status
Batch
Account Description
2787
JACKSON, ROBERT
36534
20-Nov-2014
01-4-2500-000
Medium
Debit
757.01
Supplier Total :
CSPNOV1266196
Time : 2:28 pm
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
Amount
Credit
0.00
C
757.01
66.18
66.18
Invoice Description --> SL PARKS - COUGAR SMITH REIMBUSRSEMENT FOR HYDRO USAGE
2796
JAY'S PLUMBING & HEATING LTD.
36535
20-Nov-2014
6195
01-4-2500-000
Total :
66.18
0.00
66.18
Supplier Total :
66.18
0.00
66.18
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
1449.62
1449.62
Invoice Description --> ACRD - OFFICE RECONFIGURATION - KITCHEN PLUMBING
2817
JERICHO ROAD CHURCH
36536
20-Nov-2014
GIA-SE-2014
01-4-2500-000
Total :
1449.62
0.00
1449.62
Supplier Total :
1449.62
0.00
1449.62
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
2000.00
2000.00
Invoice Description --> GRANT IN AID 2014 - REGION WIDE SPECIAL EVENTS
2827
JAL DESIGNS
36537
20-Nov-2014
40495292
01-4-2500-000
Total :
2000.00
0.00
2000.00
Supplier Total :
2000.00
0.00
2000.00
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
2222.08
2222.08
Invoice Description --> AVLF - ADVERTISING - 4 10' X 10' BANNERS
2840
JUSTICE INSTITUTE OF BC
36538
20-Nov-2014
305007
01-4-2500-000
Total :
2222.08
0.00
2222.08
Supplier Total :
2222.08
0.00
2222.08
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
36.61
36.61
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - TRAINING - INCIDENT COMMAND LEVEL 100 - WHITTAKER
2858
KGC FIRE RESCUE INC.
36539
20-Nov-2014
233737
01-4-2500-000
Total :
36.61
0.00
36.61
Supplier Total :
36.61
0.00
36.61
Issued
PAYABLES - TRADE
235
C
115.56
95
115.56
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 22
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Time : 2:28 pm
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Invoice No.
Account No.
Status
Batch
Account Description
Medium
Debit
Amount
Credit
Invoice Description --> BCVFD - EQUIPMENT - CLUSTER HOOK
2890
L.B. WOODCHOPPERS LTD.
00072-0008
25-Nov-2014
204635
01-4-2500-000
Total :
115.56
0.00
115.56
Supplier Total :
115.56
0.00
115.56
Issued
234
PAYABLES - TRADE
T
2192.26
170.15
Invoice Description --> BCWS - SAFETY GEAR - RAINJACKET AND PANTS
203749
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
644.51
Invoice Description --> BCWS - SMALL TOOLS - CAMLOCK SUBMERSIBLE PUMP
203747
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
1377.60
Invoice Description --> BCWS - SAMLL TOOLS - HONDA GENERATOR EU2000ITC
Total :
2192.26
0.00
2192.26
Supplier Total :
2192.26
0.00
2192.26
3008
LAND TITLE AND SURVEY AUTHORITY OF B.C.
36506
13-Nov-2014
DVE14004
01-4-2500-000
Issued
228
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
25.37
25.37
Invoice Description --> DEVELOPMENT PERMIT DVE14004
3024
LITTLE VALLEY DELI
36677
28-Nov-2014
609555
01-4-2500-000
Total :
25.37
0.00
25.37
Supplier Total :
25.37
0.00
25.37
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
267.97
267.97
Invoice Description --> ELECTIONS - LUNCHES FOR ELECTION OFFICERS
3025
LADY ROSE MARINE SERVICES
36540
20-Nov-2014
2010-16558
01-4-2500-000
Total :
267.97
0.00
267.97
Supplier Total :
267.97
0.00
267.97
Issued
235
C
PAYABLES - TRADE
55.06
PAYABLES - TRADE
304.50
Invoice Description --> BWS - SHIPPING COSTS
2010-16396
01-4-2500-000
Invoice Description --> AVLF - BAMFIELD GARBAGE BIN TRANSPORT
2010-16437
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
304.50
Invoice Description --> AVLF - BAMFIELD GARBAGE BIN TRANSPORT
2010-16481
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
304.50
Invoice Description --> AVLF - BAMFIELD GARBAGE BIN TRANSPORT
2010-16547
01-4-2500-000
96
PAYABLES - TRADE
Invoice Description --> AVLF - BAMFIELD GARBAGE BIN TRANSPORT
609.00
1577.56
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 23
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Invoice No.
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Account No.
3116
PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION
36678
28-Nov-2014
19646444
Time : 2:28 pm
01-4-2500-000
Status
Batch
Account Description
Medium
Debit
Amount
Credit
Total :
1577.56
0.00
1577.56
Supplier Total :
1577.56
0.00
1577.56
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
741.62
741.62
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - TRAINING SITE CAPITAL
3117
LORDCO
36541
20-Nov-2014
266481
01-4-2500-000
Total :
741.62
0.00
741.62
Supplier Total :
741.62
0.00
741.62
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
70.84
33.74
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - BUILDING SUPPLIES
266304
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
37.10
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - ENGINE 46 - BIG RED
70.84
Total :
36679
28-Nov-2014
SERVICE CHGS SE
01-4-2500-000
Issued
238
0.00
C
PAYABLES - TRADE
70.84
16.74
2.00
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - SERVICE CHARGES
265463
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
14.74
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - SUPPLIES - TRUCK 46
3147
M & D AUTO PART LTD.
36542
20-Nov-2014
5980700
01-4-2500-000
Total :
16.74
0.00
16.74
Supplier Total :
87.58
0.00
87.58
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
35.84
35.84
Invoice Description --> BCVFD - PARTS FOR BC-51
3205
MAGIC MOMENTS
36680
28-Nov-2014
14-111803
01-4-2500-000
Total :
35.84
0.00
35.84
Supplier Total :
35.84
0.00
35.84
Issued
PAYABLES - TRADE
238
C
89.60
89.60
Invoice Description --> BAMFIELD VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT - PLAQUE OF RECOGNITION
3233
CAREY MCIVER & ASSOCIATES LTD.
Total :
89.60
0.00
89.60
Supplier Total :
89.60
0.00
89.60
97
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 24
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
14.11.01
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Invoice No.
36543
Time : 2:28 pm
Account No.
Status
20-Nov-2014
01-4-2500-000
Batch
Account Description
Medium
Debit
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
Amount
Credit
C
2724.44
669.22
Invoice Description --> AVLF & WCLF - RESIDENTIAL PPP AND WC GARBAGE RFP SERVICES
14.11.02
01-4-2500-000
3270
MCCOY LAKE EXCAVATING LTD
36681
28-Nov-2014
3316
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
2055.22
Total :
2724.44
0.00
2724.44
Supplier Total :
2724.44
0.00
2724.44
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
8378.03
3338.02
Invoice Description --> BCWS - WATER MAIN BREAK HILL RD
3281
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
5040.01
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - DRY HYDRANT PROJECT - CAPITAL
3272
MCCONNELL, SHAWN
00071-0009
18-Nov-2014
415847
01-4-2500-000
Total :
8378.03
0.00
8378.03
Supplier Total :
8378.03
0.00
8378.03
Issued
227
PAYABLES - TRADE
T
2404.50
945.00
Invoice Description --> OCTOBER 2014 MILLSTREAM WATER CONTRACTOR
415848
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
1459.50
Invoice Description --> OCTOBER 2014 LBA WATER CONTRACTOR
Total :
2404.50
0.00
2404.50
Supplier Total :
2404.50
0.00
2404.50
3277
MCELHANNEY CONSULTING SERVICES LTD.
00072-0009
25-Nov-2014
2231 010757
01-4-2500-000
Issued
234
PAYABLES - TRADE
T
1559.25
1559.25
Invoice Description --> AV REGIONAL WATER - TOUR OF SPROAT LAKE INTAKE
3280
MCGILL & ASSOCIATES ENGINEERING
00072-0010
25-Nov-2014
14890
01-4-2500-000
Total :
1559.25
0.00
1559.25
Supplier Total :
1559.25
0.00
1559.25
Issued
234
PAYABLES - TRADE
T
5865.31
5865.31
Invoice Description --> CCID - WATERMAIN REPLACEMENT GAS TAX INITIATIVE - MILLIGAN TO MOZART
98
3287
McLEAN & HIGGINS LTD.
36682
28-Nov-2014
Total :
5865.31
0.00
5865.31
Supplier Total :
5865.31
0.00
5865.31
Issued
238
C
122.85
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 25
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Invoice No.
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Account No.
38548
Time : 2:28 pm
01-4-2500-000
Status
Batch
Account Description
Medium
Debit
PAYABLES - TRADE
Amount
Credit
122.85
Invoice Description --> SL - COUGAR SMITH PARK MAINTENANCE
3340
MINISTER OF FINANCE
36544
20-Nov-2014
MSPNOV/DEC14
01-4-2500-000
Total :
122.85
0.00
122.85
Supplier Total :
122.85
0.00
122.85
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
4025.00
4025.00
Invoice Description --> MSP PREMIUMS FOR NOVEMBER & DECEMBER 2014
3490
MUNICIPAL PENSION PLAN
EFT-24
07-Nov-2014
PP#22 - 2014
01-4-2500-000
Total :
4025.00
0.00
4025.00
Supplier Total :
4025.00
0.00
4025.00
Issued
230
PAYABLES - TRADE
E
10096.45
10096.45
Invoice Description --> PAYPERIOD #22 - 2014 PENSION PLAN REMITTANCE
10096.45
Total :
EFT-25
20-Nov-2014
PP#23 - 2014
01-4-2500-000
Issued
230
PAYABLES - TRADE
0.00
E
10096.45
10173.65
10173.65
Invoice Description --> PAYPERIOD #23 - 2014 PENSION PLAN REMITTANCE
3505
MFA LEASING
AUTO66195
30-Nov-2014
BAMFIRE66195
01-4-2500-000
Total :
10173.65
0.00
10173.65
Supplier Total :
20270.10
0.00
20270.10
Issued
233
PAYABLES - TRADE
E
2553.97
2553.97
Invoice Description --> BAMFIELD FIRE HALL LEASE PAYMENT
2553.97
Total :
AUTO66198
28-Nov-2014
6140266198
01-4-2500-000
Issued
233
PAYABLES - TRADE
0.00
E
2553.97
1654.31
1654.31
Invoice Description --> LBA TRACTOR LEASE
3600
NEOPOST
36545
20-Nov-2014
2131491
01-4-2500-000
Total :
1654.31
0.00
1654.31
Supplier Total :
4208.28
0.00
4208.28
Issued
PAYABLES - TRADE
235
C
621.57
621.57
Invoice Description --> GEN GOV - POSTAGE METER RENTAL JAN 6, 2015 TO JAN 5, 2016
Total :
621.57
0.00
99
621.57
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 26
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Invoice No.
36683
2133927
Time : 2:28 pm
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Account No.
Status
28-Nov-2014
01-4-2500-000
Batch
Account Description
Medium
Debit
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
Amount
Credit
C
503.33
503.33
Invoice Description --> ACRD OFFICE - FOLDING STUFFING MACHINE
3622
NICKLIN WASTE DISPOSAL
36546
20-Nov-2014
6656
01-4-2500-000
Total :
503.33
0.00
503.33
Supplier Total :
1124.90
0.00
1124.90
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
75.60
75.60
Invoice Description --> COUGAR SMITH PARK - GARBAGE PICKUP NOV-JAN
3651
NORTH ISLAND LABORATORIES
36547
20-Nov-2014
93767
01-4-2500-000
Total :
75.60
0.00
75.60
Supplier Total :
75.60
0.00
75.60
Issued
235
C
PAYABLES - TRADE
52.50
PAYABLES - TRADE
84.00
PAYABLES - TRADE
131.25
267.75
Invoice Description --> BWS - WATER TESTING
93835
01-4-2500-000
Invoice Description --> BWS - WATER TESTING
93839
01-4-2500-000
Invoice Description --> SB - WATER TESTING
267.75
Total :
36684
93655
28-Nov-2014
01-4-2500-000
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
0.00
C
267.75
1484.70
26.25
Invoice Description --> COUGAR SMITH PARK WATER TESTING
93949
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
1458.45
Invoice Description --> BCWS -WATER TESTING, BWS -WATER TESTING - CAPITAL PILOT PROJECT
3693
NUU-CHAH-NULTH TRIBAL COUNCIL
36548
20-Nov-2014
6121
01-4-2500-000
Total :
1484.70
0.00
1484.70
Supplier Total :
1752.45
0.00
1752.45
Issued
235
C
PAYABLES - TRADE
30.00
PAYABLES - TRADE
370.50
400.50
Invoice Description --> ELECTIONS ADVERTISING
6120
01-4-2500-000
Invoice Description --> ELECTIONS ADVERTISING
100
3782
PARKS CANADA - CDO 0945
36549
20-Nov-2014
Total :
400.50
0.00
400.50
Supplier Total :
400.50
0.00
400.50
Issued
235
C
105.00
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 27
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Time : 2:28 pm
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Invoice No.
Account No.
1800039804
01-4-2500-000
Status
Batch
Account Description
Medium
Debit
PAYABLES - TRADE
Amount
Credit
105.00
Invoice Description --> WCLF - RIGHT OF WAY FOR HYDRO ANNUAL LEASE
3792
PACIFIC BLUE CROSS
EFT-7
01-Nov-2014
211801
01-4-2500-000
Total :
105.00
0.00
105.00
Supplier Total :
105.00
0.00
105.00
Issued
230
PAYABLES - TRADE
E
6825.15
6825.15
Invoice Description --> NOVEMBER 2014 - HEALTH, DENTAL, LIFE & DISABILITY PREMIUMS
3797
PITEAU ASSOCIATES
36685
28-Nov-2014
17142
01-4-2500-000
Total :
6825.15
0.00
6825.15
Supplier Total :
6825.15
0.00
6825.15
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
2894.00
1416.11
Invoice Description --> WCLF - ANNUAL MONITORING PROGRAM
17143
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
1477.89
Invoice Description --> AVLF - MONITORING PROGRAM
4156
WSP CANADA INC.
00072-0014
25-Nov-2014
0429678
01-4-2500-000
Total :
2894.00
0.00
2894.00
Supplier Total :
2894.00
0.00
2894.00
Issued
234
PAYABLES - TRADE
T
1249.13
1249.13
Invoice Description --> LBA OCTOBER TO DECEMBER 2014 LANDING FEE SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT
4180
PUROLATOR COURIER SERVICE
36550
20-Nov-2014
425388498
01-4-2500-000
Total :
1249.13
0.00
1249.13
Supplier Total :
1249.13
0.00
1249.13
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
146.76
19.46
Invoice Description --> AVRA SWEEPER PYMT POSTAGE
425668981
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
127.30
Invoice Description --> AVLF FREIGHT CHARGES
4187
QUALITY FOODS-PORT ALBERNI
36551
20-Nov-2014
65 099987
01-4-2500-000
Invoice Description --> OFFICE SUPPLIES
Total :
146.76
0.00
146.76
Supplier Total :
146.76
0.00
146.76
Issued
PAYABLES - TRADE
235
C
47.59
101
47.59
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 28
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Invoice No.
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Account No.
Status
Batch
Account Description
28-Nov-2014
61 1006614
01-4-2500-000
Medium
Debit
47.59
Total :
36686
Time : 2:28 pm
Issued
238
Amount
Credit
0.00
C
PAYABLES - TRADE
47.59
120.40
-7.25
Invoice Description --> ACRD OFFICE SUPPLIES - CREDIT
61 1006613
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
127.65
Invoice Description --> ACRD OFFICE SUPPLIES
4220
RAYNER & BRACHT LTD
36552
20-Nov-2014
2014204
01-4-2500-000
Total :
120.40
0.00
120.40
Supplier Total :
167.99
0.00
167.99
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
1887.20
1887.20
Invoice Description --> AVLF - BAMFIELD BIN CHARGES OCTOBER 2014
4280
RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA
36507
13-Nov-2014
PP#22 - 2014 - DIR
01-4-2500-000
Total :
1887.20
0.00
1887.20
Supplier Total :
1887.20
0.00
1887.20
Issued
228
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
12468.29
724.98
Invoice Description --> TAX REMITTANCE FOR PAYROLL ENDING PAYPERIOD #22 - DIRECTORS
PP#22 - 2014
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
11743.31
Invoice Description --> TAX REMITTANCE FOR PAYROLL ENDING PAYPERIOD #22
12468.29
Total :
36553
20-Nov-2014
PP#23 - 2014 - DIR
01-4-2500-000
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
0.00
C
12468.29
14218.65
750.89
Invoice Description --> TAX REMITTANCE FOR PAYROLL ENDING PAYPERIOD #23 - DIRECTORS
PP#23 - 2014
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
13467.76
Invoice Description --> TAX REMITTANCE FOR PAYROLL ENDING PAYPERIOD #23
4323
R.F. BINNIE & ASSOCIATES LTD.
36554
20-Nov-2014
34726
01-4-2500-000
Total :
14218.65
0.00
14218.65
Supplier Total :
26686.94
0.00
26686.94
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
3152.10
3152.10
Invoice Description --> ACRD - HORNE LAKE CONNECTOR - BUSINESS CASE
102
4370
R.J. DUNCAN & ASSOCIATES
36508
13-Nov-2014
Total :
3152.10
0.00
3152.10
Supplier Total :
3152.10
0.00
3152.10
Issued
228
C
7875.00
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 29
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Invoice No.
31971
Time : 2:28 pm
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Account No.
01-4-2500-000
Status
Batch
Medium
Account Description
Debit
PAYABLES - TRADE
Amount
Credit
7875.00
Invoice Description --> 2014 AUDIT - INTERM BILLING #1
4491
ROMPRE, SUZANNE
00071-0010
18-Nov-2014
OCT1-31/14
01-4-2500-000
Total :
7875.00
0.00
7875.00
Supplier Total :
7875.00
0.00
7875.00
Issued
227
PAYABLES - TRADE
T
850.00
850.00
Invoice Description --> OCTOBER BAMFIELD TRANSFER STATION CONTRACT
4508
ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION
36555
20-Nov-2014
713410
01-4-2500-000
Total :
850.00
0.00
850.00
Supplier Total :
850.00
0.00
850.00
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
40.00
40.00
Invoice Description --> REMEMBERANCE DAY WREATH
4511
ROSE, GEORGE
36556
20-Nov-2014
OCT16,2014
01-4-2500-000
Total :
40.00
0.00
40.00
Supplier Total :
40.00
0.00
40.00
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
977.71
34.54
Invoice Description --> GEN GOV - OFFICE SUPPLIES
1014
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
943.17
Invoice Description --> BCWS & BWS - SCADA EQUIPMENT PURCHASE
4610
SIGNWORKS
36557
20-Nov-2014
5164
01-4-2500-000
Total :
977.71
0.00
977.71
Supplier Total :
977.71
0.00
977.71
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
280.00
280.00
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - FIRE PREVENTION
4645
SHAW CABLE
36687
28-Nov-2014
01-NOV-14
01-4-2500-000
Total :
280.00
0.00
280.00
Supplier Total :
280.00
0.00
280.00
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
793.29
793.29
Invoice Description --> ACCT#012-80958259 - ACRD CONSOLIDATED INTERNET/CABLE - DECEMBER 2014
Total :
793.29
0.00
103
793.29
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 30
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Time : 2:28 pm
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Invoice No.
Status
Account No.
Batch
Account Description
Debit
793.29
Supplier Total :
4646
SHAW CABLESYSTEMS G.P.
36558
20-Nov-2014
OCTOBER 16, 2014
01-4-2500-000
Medium
Issued
235
Amount
Credit
0.00
C
PAYABLES - TRADE
793.29
42.11
42.11
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - CABLE SERVICES -NOV 16 TO DEC 15, 2014
42.11
Total :
36688
28-Nov-2014
NOVEMBER 16, 201
01-4-2500-000
Issued
238
0.00
C
PAYABLES - TRADE
42.11
42.11
42.11
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - CABLE SERVICES - DEC.16/14-JAN.15/15
4680
SHERRY, NANCY
36559
20-Nov-2014
OCT21,2014
01-4-2500-000
Total :
42.11
0.00
42.11
Supplier Total :
84.22
0.00
84.22
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
200.00
200.00
Invoice Description --> BAMFIELD WATER COMMITTEE MEETING DINNER
4717
SMITH, RYAN
00071-0011
18-Nov-2014
PCOCT31/14
01-4-2500-000
Total :
200.00
0.00
200.00
Supplier Total :
200.00
0.00
200.00
Issued
227
PAYABLES - TRADE
T
173.85
173.85
Invoice Description --> SALMON BEACH - SEWAGE
4728
SONBIRD REFUSE & RECYCLING LTD.
00071-0012
18-Nov-2014
20361
01-4-2500-000
Total :
173.85
0.00
173.85
Supplier Total :
173.85
0.00
173.85
Issued
227
PAYABLES - TRADE
T
16319.66
16319.66
Invoice Description --> OCTOBER 2014 WC GARBAGE & RECYCLING
4730
RYAN SMITH SERVICES
36560
20-Nov-2014
10-2014
01-4-2500-000
Total :
16319.66
0.00
16319.66
Supplier Total :
16319.66
0.00
16319.66
Issued
PAYABLES - TRADE
235
C
3969.00
3969.00
Invoice Description --> SALMON BEACH TEMP MANAGER - OCTOBER 2014
104
Total :
3969.00
0.00
3969.00
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 31
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Invoice No.
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Account No.
Status
Batch
Account Description
4785
STEWART MCDANNOLD STUART
36689
28-Nov-2014
01-4-2500-000
Medium
Debit
3969.00
Supplier Total :
68263
Time : 2:28 pm
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
Amount
Credit
0.00
C
3969.00
531.57
531.57
Invoice Description --> LEGAL FEES
4788
STAPLES ADVANTAGE
36561
20-Nov-2014
36992908
01-4-2500-000
Total :
531.57
0.00
531.57
Supplier Total :
531.57
0.00
531.57
Issued
235
C
PAYABLES - TRADE
741.06
17.10
Invoice Description --> ELECTION OFFICE SUPPLIES
36954096
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
76.01
PAYABLES - TRADE
82.72
PAYABLES - TRADE
93.14
PAYABLES - TRADE
141.99
Invoice Description --> OFFICE SUPPLIES
36579201
01-4-2500-000
Invoice Description --> OFFICE SUPPLIES
36894158
01-4-2500-000
Invoice Description --> OFFICE SUPPLIES
36894133
01-4-2500-000
Invoice Description --> ELECTION OFFICE SUPPLIES
37011883
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
330.10
Invoice Description --> OFFICE SUPPLIES
741.06
Total :
36690
37108387
28-Nov-2014
01-4-2500-000
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
0.00
C
741.06
116.49
116.49
Invoice Description --> OFFICE SUPPLIES
4885
SUN COAST WASTE SERVICES
00071-0013
18-Nov-2014
123509
01-4-2500-000
Total :
116.49
0.00
116.49
Supplier Total :
857.55
0.00
857.55
Issued
227
PAYABLES - TRADE
T
22469.91
22469.91
Invoice Description --> OCTOBER 2014 AV RECYCLING CONTRACT
4917
SUPERIOR PROPANE
36562
20-Nov-2014
SEPTLATE
01-4-2500-000
Invoice Description --> LATE FEE
Total :
22469.91
0.00
22469.91
Supplier Total :
22469.91
0.00
22469.91
Issued
PAYABLES - TRADE
235
C
9.42
9.42
105
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 32
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Invoice No.
Account No.
Status
Batch
Account Description
Medium
Debit
9.42
Total :
36691
Time : 2:28 pm
28-Nov-2014
840241
01-4-2500-000
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
Amount
Credit
0.00
C
9.42
954.37
954.37
Invoice Description --> BWS - PROPANE
4983
TELUS MOBILITY (BC)
36563
20-Nov-2014
20322435166
01-4-2500-000
Total :
954.37
0.00
954.37
Supplier Total :
963.79
0.00
963.79
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
958.45
958.45
Invoice Description --> ACRD CELLPHONES
4984
TELUS
36564
20-Nov-2014
NOV7/14
01-4-2500-000
Total :
958.45
0.00
958.45
Supplier Total :
958.45
0.00
958.45
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
2303.07
2303.07
Invoice Description --> ACRD CONSOLIDATED
4988
TEMPO DJ SERVICES
36692
28-Nov-2014
NOV.25/14
01-4-2500-000
Total :
2303.07
0.00
2303.07
Supplier Total :
2303.07
0.00
2303.07
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
350.00
350.00
Invoice Description --> 2014 CHRISTMAS PARTY- REMAINDER DJ SERVICES
4996
TIM'S TRIMMING
36693
28-Nov-2014
17003
01-4-2500-000
Total :
350.00
0.00
350.00
Supplier Total :
350.00
0.00
350.00
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
213.15
213.15
Invoice Description --> BC PARKS - LAWN MOWING AND CUTTINGS REMOVED
Total :
213.15
0.00
213.15
Supplier Total :
213.15
0.00
213.15
5001
STERICYCLE COMMUNICATION SOLUTIONS
36565
20-Nov-2014
141021539204
106
01-4-2500-000
Issued
PAYABLES - TRADE
Invoice Description --> SLMP - CALL IN SERVICE - AUGUST USAGE
235
C
74.96
74.96
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 33
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Invoice No.
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Account No.
5131
TSESHAHT MARKET
36566
20-Nov-2014
1641784
Time : 2:28 pm
01-4-2500-000
Status
Batch
Account Description
Medium
Debit
Amount
Credit
Total :
74.96
0.00
74.96
Supplier Total :
74.96
0.00
74.96
Issued
235
C
PAYABLES - TRADE
89.54
PAYABLES - TRADE
96.12
PAYABLES - TRADE
101.41
PAYABLES - TRADE
110.79
PAYABLES - TRADE
167.20
565.06
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - FUEL TRUCK #41
1647198
01-4-2500-000
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - FUEL TRUCK #43
1657236
01-4-2500-000
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - FUEL TRUCK #41
1648430
01-4-2500-000
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - TRUCK #47 FUEL
1649690
01-4-2500-000
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - FUEL TRUCK #45
5145
UCLUELET CONSUMERS CO-OP ASSN
36567
20-Nov-2014
LBA - OCT/14
01-4-2500-000
Total :
565.06
0.00
565.06
Supplier Total :
565.06
0.00
565.06
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
308.76
308.76
Invoice Description --> LBA - OCTOBER 2014 FUEL
5186
UCLUELET RENT-IT CENTER
00072-0011
25-Nov-2014
19424
01-4-2500-000
Total :
308.76
0.00
308.76
Supplier Total :
308.76
0.00
308.76
Issued
234
PAYABLES - TRADE
T
787.50
787.50
Invoice Description --> SALMON BEACH - GARBAGE HAULING AND BIN RENTAL - OCT 2014
Total :
787.50
0.00
787.50
Supplier Total :
787.50
0.00
787.50
5195
UNISERVE COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION
36568
20-Nov-2014
000502023-1028201
01-4-2500-000
Issued
235
C
PAYABLES - TRADE
27.50
27.50
Invoice Description --> NOVEMBER 2014 WCLF INTERNET SERVICES
Total :
27.50
0.00
27.50
Supplier Total :
27.50
0.00
27.50
5278
VANCOUVER ISLAND PUBLISHING GROUP A/R
00072-0012
25-Nov-2014
Issued
234
T
107
4717.02
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 34
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Time : 2:28 pm
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Invoice No.
Account No.
AVTD00011481
01-4-2500-000
Status
Batch
Account Description
Medium
Debit
PAYABLES - TRADE
Amount
Credit
64.79
Invoice Description --> ACRD - BOARD MEETING CHANE AD
AVTD00011210
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
170.63
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - FIRE PREVENTION AD
AVTD00011405
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
975.71
Invoice Description --> ADV - EA ADMIN ELECTION 677.25, REG PARKS PLAN 252
AVTD00011264
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
1256.06
Invoice Description --> ADV AVLF CURBSIDE $257, WCLF CURBSIDE $257, ELECTIONS $682.25
AVTD00011306
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
2249.83
Invoice Description --> ADV ELECTION 1,359.50, AVLF 521.20, WCLF 131, REG PARKS PLAN 131
Total :
4717.02
0.00
4717.02
Supplier Total :
4717.02
0.00
4717.02
5287
VANCOUVER ISLAND REGIONAL LIBRARY
36569
20-Nov-2014
4THQTR2014
01-4-2500-000
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
99929.00
99929.00
Invoice Description --> 4TH QUARTER LIBRARY LEVY 2014
5304
VING
36570
20-Nov-2014
2014-15SUB-AVT
01-4-2500-000
Total :
99929.00
0.00
99929.00
Supplier Total :
99929.00
0.00
99929.00
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
134.40
134.40
Invoice Description --> ANNUAL NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION - NOV 20, 2014 TO NOV 19, 2015
5401
TD VISA (BCVFD)M. KOBUS
36571
20-Nov-2014
NOV5/14
01-4-2500-000
Total :
134.40
0.00
134.40
Supplier Total :
134.40
0.00
134.40
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
658.06
249.28
Invoice Description --> BCVFD - TRAVEL $43.60, TRAINING $192.46, INTEREST 13.22
OCT6/14
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
408.78
Invoice Description --> BCVFD - TRAINING
5402
TD VISA (BCVFD)C. STARRATT
36572
20-Nov-2014
OCT6/14
01-4-2500-000
Total :
658.06
0.00
658.06
Supplier Total :
658.06
0.00
658.06
Issued
PAYABLES - TRADE
235
C
211.14
Invoice Description --> BCVFD - TRAINING $147, OFFICE 23.37, TRAVEL $36.15
NOV5/14
108
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
Invoice Description --> BCVFD - OFFICE $119.82, EQUIPMENT $65.42, INTEREST $5.36
212.88
424.02
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 35
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Invoice No.
Account No.
5405
TD VISA (SLVFD)
36573
20-Nov-2014
NOV5/14
Time : 2:28 pm
01-4-2500-000
Status
Batch
Account Description
Medium
Debit
Amount
Credit
Total :
424.02
0.00
424.02
Supplier Total :
424.02
0.00
424.02
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
308.17
72.36
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - TRAINING $64.73, INTEREST $7.63
OCT6/14
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
235.81
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - OFFICERS MEETING MEAL
5410
TD VISA
36574
20-Nov-2014
NOV5/14
01-4-2500-000
Total :
308.17
0.00
308.17
Supplier Total :
308.17
0.00
308.17
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
3075.85
3075.85
Invoice Description --> ACRD OFFICE $1135.68, MMBC AD $104.09, PRO DEV - DANIELS $577.50, COMPUTER $1040.27
5455
WETT INC.
36575
20-Nov-2014
15-1049
01-4-2500-000
Total :
3075.85
0.00
3075.85
Supplier Total :
3075.85
0.00
3075.85
Issued
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
105.00
105.00
Invoice Description --> 2015 CERTIFICATION - GAUDREAULT
5475
PACIFIC SMARTFX LTD.
36694
28-Nov-2014
2177
01-4-2500-000
Total :
105.00
0.00
105.00
Supplier Total :
105.00
0.00
105.00
Issued
238
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
870.78
870.78
Invoice Description --> SB SECURITY - NEW SECURITY CAM
5481
WESTCOAST HOME HARDWARE LTD
36576
20-Nov-2014
78918
01-4-2500-000
Total :
870.78
0.00
870.78
Supplier Total :
870.78
0.00
870.78
Issued
PAYABLES - TRADE
235
C
85.80
85.80
Invoice Description --> WATER TESTING SUPPLIES - BCWS, BWS, AVLF, WCLF
Total :
85.80
0.00
85.80
109
ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT REGIONAL DISTRICT
AP5100
Cheque Register - Detail - Supp.
Date :
Dec 01, 2014
Page : 36
Supplier :
0003 To Z4209
Bank :
0099 To 4
Trans. Date :
01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Status :
All
Cheque Date : 01-Nov-2014 To 30-Nov-2014
Cheque No. :
All
Batch No. :
All
Supplier
Supplier Name
Chq/Ref #
Cheque Date
Time : 2:28 pm
Medium :
M=Manual C=Computer R=Credit E=EFT-PAP T=EFT-File
Invoice No.
Status
Account No.
Batch
Account Description
Medium
Debit
85.80
Supplier Total :
5484
WILDFIRE ENVIRONMENTAL INC. - MX6002C
36577
20-Nov-2014
SV1-0012097
Issued
01-4-2500-000
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
Amount
Credit
0.00
C
85.80
113.57
113.57
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - 3/4 X 50 GHT HOSE - GUARDN'FLO
5543
WL SOLUTIONS LTD
00072-0013
25-Nov-2014
2106
Total :
113.57
0.00
113.57
Supplier Total :
113.57
0.00
113.57
Issued
01-4-2500-000
234
PAYABLES - TRADE
T
1260.00
1260.00
Invoice Description --> PROGRAMMING & REVIEW - BWS - $400, BCWS $200, LBA WATER $300, MSWS $300
5558
WYNANS, TERRI-ANN
36578
20-Nov-2014
SEP-OCT2014
Total :
1260.00
0.00
1260.00
Supplier Total :
1260.00
0.00
1260.00
Issued
01-4-2500-000
235
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
1050.00
1050.00
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - ADMIN SUPPORT
6020
ZONE WEST ENTERPRISES LTD
36647
21-Nov-2014
41127
Total :
1050.00
0.00
1050.00
Supplier Total :
1050.00
0.00
1050.00
Issued
01-4-2500-000
237
PAYABLES - TRADE
C
236.60
236.60
Invoice Description --> SLVFD - UNIFORMS
236.60
Total :
36695
28-Nov-2014
41915
Issued
01-4-2500-000
PAYABLES - TRADE
238
0.00
C
236.60
226.31
226.31
Invoice Description --> BCVFD - UNIFORMS
Total :
226.31
0.00
226.31
Supplier Total :
462.91
0.00
462.91
Total Computer Paid :
398,689.61
Total EFT PAP :
31,303.53
Total Manually Paid :
0.00
Total EFT File Transfer :
288,539.13
110
Total Paid :
718,532.27
3008 Fifth Avenue, Port Alberni, B.C. CANADA V9Y 2E3
Telephone (250) 720-2700 FAX: (250) 723-1327
REQUEST FOR DECISION
To:
Board of Directors
From:
Russell Dyson, CAO
Meeting Date: December 5, 2014
Subject:
Transportation Committee
Recommendation:
That the Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District Board of Directors confirm the terms of reference and
appoint the 2015 Transportation Committee as outlined in the CAO’s December 2, 2014 report.
Summary:
Typically the regional districts committees are appointed in the new year following consultation with the
Directors and Chairperson. However, the work of the Transportation Committee is ongoing and there
are issues to be addressed in the next month to continue the dialogue with the Ministry of
Transportation and Infrastructure. This action is being requested by one of the previous Co-Chairs,
Director McLeman. Therefore it is recommended that the Board of Directors confirm the terms of
reference (as previously adopted) and appoint the members as follows:
Jack McLeman, Co Chair ACRD
Gillian Trumper, Co Chair PAPA
Lucas Banton, ACRD Cherry Creek
Diane St Jacques, District of Ucluelet
Chris Alemany, CPA
Warren Lauder, HFN
Tseshaht representative
Neil Malbon, AVCOC
Bob Cole, AVCOC
Mike Lang, PALC
Harold Frechette, WFP
Justin Kumagai, WFP
Brian Chipman, Catalyst
Randy Orr, IT
Scott Fraser, MLA
James Lunney, MP
Pat Deakin, CPA EDM
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Members: City of Port Alberni, District of Ucluelet, District of Tofino, Yuułuʔiłʔatḥ Government, Huu-ay-aht First Nations, Uchucklesaht Tribe
Electoral Areas "A" (Bamfield), "B" (Beaufort), "C" (Long Beach), "D" (Sproat Lake), "E" (Beaver Creek) and "F" (Cherry Creek)
Background:
As outlined in the attached terms of reference a priority for the committee has been to pursue a new
connector to the Alberni Valley. This work is ongoing and the committee needs to continue in advance
of the regional districts traditional appointments in the new year.
Time Requirements – Staff & Elected Officials:
Staff time to prepare agendas, minutes and complete follow up.
Financial:
No financial commitment at this time, but any work of the committee considered for 2015 beyond the
conduct of meetings should be considered through the budget process.
Policy or Legislation:
The regional district has a tradition of supporting and promoting transportation initiative that serve the
region. The efforts are primarily to lobby senior governments for change.
Submitted by: _______________________________________________________
Russell Dyson, Chief Administrative Officer
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Members: City of Port Alberni, District of Ucluelet, District of Tofino, Yuułuʔiłʔatḥ Government, Huu-ay-aht First Nations, Uchucklesaht Tribe
Electoral Areas "A" (Bamfield), "B" (Beaufort), "C" (Long Beach), "D" (Sproat Lake), "E" (Beaver Creek) and "F" (Cherry Creek)
ALBERNI CLAYOQUOT
TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE
DRAFT TERMS OF REFERENCE
Purpose:
To work cooperatively with key partners to advance new highway
construction, transportation upgrades and highway maintenance to
benefit access to and within the Alberni Valley
Membership:
Port Alberni Port Authority, Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District, City of
Port Alberni, West Coast Community Rep, Alberni Valley Chamber of
Commerce, Hupacasath First Nation, Tseshaht First Nation, Labour
Council, MLA, MP
Ex Officio
Members:
Western Forest Products, Catalyst Paper, Island Timberlands and
Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure
Co-Chairs:
Gillian Trumper, Port Alberni Port Authority
Jack McLeman, Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District
Meetings:
At times and places determined by the Co-Chairs
Scope:
First Priority:
• A new Alberni Valley to Highway 19 connector highway
• A new ring road from Highway 4 to Ship Creek Road
Other Initiatives including
• Maintenance and upgrades to the existing Highway 4 corridor from
Highway 19 to Port Alberni
Resources:
Agenda’s, minutes, venue and administrative support provided by the
ACRD, meetings to be attended by the CAO/CEO or designate of each
organization and the City’s Economic Development Manager.
Funding:
To be determined through budget process and consultation with
members
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Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District
Staff Action Items by Department and Date
Update to the Board of Directors as of December 5, 2014
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Date
1.
Jan. 23/13
WC Comm
2.
July 10th
Board
3.
April 9th
Board
4.
May 14th
Board
5.
June 17th
AV Comm
6.
June 25th
Board
7.
July 23rd
Board
8.
August 13th
Board
Aug. 27th
Board
9.
10. Nov. 26th
Board
11. Nov. 26th
Board
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Action Item
Administration Department
Explore with the Yuułuʔiłʔatḥ Government possible
participation in the South Long Beach Multi Purpose
Bike Path in the future
Contact and work with the Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal
Council and the Port Alberni Friendship Centre to
develop a long term plan for reconciliation
C2C recommend contacting the President NTC
Deb Foxcroft and request an observer from the
ACRD at the NTC meetings
Prepare a report for consideration by the Board
with a terms of reference for an Economic
Development Meeting in the region.
Investigate and report back to the AV
Committee with options for improvements to
the Alberni Valley Sign at the entrance into
Port Alberni
Proceed with the drilling development and
testing of a production well at the Long
Beach Airport with the services of GW
Solutions at the estimated cost of $116,081,
as outlined in the CAO report
Bell Road consultation with TFN and the City
Arrange meeting with Dan Holder, Director Cote
regarding Firepro RMS
Come back with a proposal for Cherry Creek
Improvement District to participate in the Regional
Fire Records Management System only, not the
ACRD’s Fire Services Contract with Mr. Dan Holder
Refer the Community Shuttle Program proposal
from the Port Alberni Better at Home Program
to the Alberni-Clayoquot Health Network
requesting the Network form a sub-committee
to investigate options for moving forward on
this proposal in a coordinated effort
Sign up Directors that have not previously
attended to the LGLA training to attend the
session in Parksville in 2015
Assigned
to
Target
Date/Update
Russell
Yuułuʔiłʔatḥ to
respond
Russell/
Cindy/
Tony/
Penny
Russell
Letter sent
Letter sent
Russell/
Pat
Budget 2015
Rob
Budget 2015
Russell
Final Report in
Progress
Russell
Letter sent to
TFN – Chair
follow-up
Next AV
Committee
Next AV
Committee
with Fire Chiefs
Russell
Russell/
Dan
Wendy
Referred
Tracy
Done
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Date
12. Nov. 26th
Board
13. Nov. 26th
Board
14. Nov. 26th
Board
15. Nov. 26th
Board
16. June 25th
Board
17. Nov. 26th
Board
18. Nov. 26th
Board
19. Nov. 26th
Board
20. Nov. 26th
Board
Action Item
The Board passed a resolution nominating
Director Osborne as an interim Director at
Large on the Association of Vancouver Island
Coastal Communities – Send in nomination
documents
Forward a letter from the ACRD Board
supporting the Toquaht Nation’s Water Power
Development Plan Project
The Board adopted Bylaw E1057, Sproat Lake
Marine Patrol Service Area Establishment, 2014
arrange Bylaw for signatures, send to Ministry
and BC Assessment
instruct AVICC to proceed with arranging a
reconciliation meeting in conjunction with the
2015 AVICC Convention
Finance Department
Set-up a meeting with AV Drag Racing
Association to review event and
agreement for future years
The Board of Directors gave 4 readings to
the bylaw cited as “2014 to 2018
Financial Plan Amendment Bylaw No.
F1109‐1” – prepare for signatures and
forward to appropriate agencies
The Board approved an extension to the
Coastal Community Credit Union Lease
under the same terms and conditions for
a 15 month period ending November 30,
2016 – Forward an extension letter
The Board approved an extension to the
Franklin River Road Service Area Fire
Protection Agreement with the City of
Port Alberni under the same terms and
conditions on a month to month basis for
a period not exceeding six months and
authorize the Chairperson and Chief
Administrative Officer to sign the
extension agreement – Advise City and
arrange for document signatures
The Board rescinded the Bamfield Water
System Leak Policy dated October 26,
2011 and the Beaver Creek Improvement
Assigned
to
Wendy
Target
Date/Update
Done
Wendy
Done
Wendy
Done
Russell
Done
Teri/
Andrew
Done – Report
to AV
Committee
Teri
In Progress
Teri
In Progress
Teri
In Progress
Teri
In Progress
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Date
21. Nov. 26th
Board
Action Item
District Overage Policy dated June 16,
2003 and adopted the new Leak Policy
for the Bamfield and Beaver Creek Water
Systems dated November 26, 2014 as
presented – Update Policy Book etc. and
provide copies to Water Advisory
Committees
The Board cancelled the ‘Non - Exclusive
License of Use’ with Greenmax Resources
to manage the ACRD private lands
surrounding the Alberni Valley Regional
Airport’ effective December 31, 2014,
and approve the compensation payout
of $6600 to Greenmax Resources –
Arrange payout and forward with a letter
of thanks to Greenmax Resources for
their services at the AV Regional Airport
Assigned
to
Target
Date/Update
Teri
In Progress
Russell
Letter sent
January 12th
Will refer well
results when
complete
In progress
22. Apr. 8/10
WC
23. Sept. 8/10
WC
Environmental Services Department
Work with Parks Canada on the landfill road
agreement
Investigate with Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation well
development at the Long Beach Airport
24. May 11/11
AV Comm
Investigate with the Tseshaht First Nation possible
resource recovery at the AV Landfill
Russell
25. June 13/12
BD
Develop a plan for appropriate use of the funds on
the Log Train Trail from the Arrowsmith Radical
Runners
Work with the Air Quality council to develop
a draft valley wide woodstove bylaw based
on the City of Port Alberni’s bylaw following
receipt by the Board of Directors a joint APC
meeting will be called to review the proposal
The Board of Directors directed staff to:
1. Meet with the Tseshaht and Hupacasath First
Nations and the City of Port Alberni with respect to
their consideration on providing a connection to
their water systems for the Bell Road/Stuart Avenue
water supply; and following the consultation,
2. Provide the information to the Bell Road/Stuart
Avenue residents on the water servicing options
Work with contractors on the West Coast to
educate and establish a formal aggressive
Rob G.
Design in
progress
Russell
Drafting a
bylaw for
board review
Russell
Waiting TFN
Response –
Chair has
contacted TFN
Janice
In progress –
Report to WC
26. Oct. 10/12
Board
27. April 23rd
Board
28. July 9th
Board
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Date
Action Item
follow up plan regarding the implementation
of the MMBC rules on curbside recycling
Assigned
to
Target
Date/Update
Committee
29. Oct. 22nd
Board
The Board approved submitting an application
for $300,000.00 from the Alberni Valley
Community Forest Reserve Fund to assist with
the costs of the proposed runway extension,
lighting enhancement and GPS
Mark/
Russell/
Janice/
Pat
In Progress
30. Oct. 22nd
Board
The Board endorsed an application to the Build
Canada fund for the purpose of integrating the two
regional district airports to support consistent
scheduled service and expansion of aerospace
industries through the establishment of common
runway surfaces (5,000’ X 100’), compliance with
OLS requirements, lighting upgrades for both
airports and appropriate GPS within the parameters
of the terrain of each location
Complete topographical survey and detailed
design for the extension of the AVRA runway to
5,000’ X 100’ and lighting by Tetra Tech at a cost of
$50,000 to be funded from the Alberni Valley
Regional Airport capital reserve
The Board approved submitting an application to
the New Building Canada Fund – Small
Communities Fund for a water treatment plant to
address the high levels of Trihalomethanes (THM’s)
in the Bamfield Water System that currently exceed
the Canadian Drinking Water Guidelines
The ACRD Board approved the replacement of
480 m or waterline on Grandview Road connecting
through the Vaughn Chase subdivision to
Drinkwater Road with the developer completing
installation of the works and the Beaver Creek
Water System contributing $179,880 upon
completion of the project – proceed with project
and necessary agreements
The ACRD Board adopted the ACRD
Contractor Safety and Coordination Policy
as presented – Implement the Policy &
provide copies to all ACRD Contractors
Mark/
Russell/
Janice/
Pat
In progress
Mark/
Russell
In progress
Teri
In progress
Mike
Notified
developer done
Wendy
In progress
Forward a letter to Earle Plain,
Environmental Protection reiterating the
discussion with Director Bennett and
request they keep the Regional District
up to date on any changes in policy with
regards to industrial slash burning taking
Russell
In Progress
31. Oct. 22nd
Board
32. Oct. 22nd
Boar d
33. Nov. 13th
Board
34. Nov. 13th
Board
35. Nov. 26th
Board
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Date
Action Item
into account long term weather
forecasts
36. May 13/10
WC
37. April 11/12
BD
38. Nov. 14/12
Board
39. July 24th
Board
40. June 25th
Board
41. August 13th
Board
42. Nov. 26th
Board
PLANNING DEPARTMENT
Planning Staff proceed with subdivision process on
the Long Beach Airport lands for the WC Multiplex
Society and Long Beach Golf Course following
Airport rezoning
Assigned
to
Mike
Apply to the Ministry of Transportation for a permit
to construct the dock at the west end of Nuthatch
Road & to Ministry of Forests for foreshore tenure
The Board referred the Bamfield Community
Hall Society’s request to approve & support
their proposal to build a new hall to staff to
review the request and provide a
recommendation, following consultation with
the Society, on the role of the ACRD
The Board of Directors instructed staff to work with
the Central West Coast Forest Society to investigate
funding for the assessment and restoration of the
Willowbrae Creek system
Prepare a report on development cost charge
options through the 2015 budget process to use
parkland dedication monies for park
development and other infrastructure
Agricultural Plan Implementation contract for the
Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District submitted by
Gardens on the Go Horticultural Training Services in
the amount of $29,900.00 before applicable taxes
Mike
Forward a letter of support to the
Central Westcoast Forest Society for the
Restoration within the English Cove
Watershed and request staff to explore
possible funding options
Mike
Target
Date/Update
Letter sent to
TFN Jan 16 –
Will include in
new zoning
bylaw
Working with
neighbor to
move dock
Contacted Hall
Society –
Society working
on options
Mike
Will work with
area Director
Mike
January Board
Mike
Working with
Contractor
Mike
Done
Issued: December 2, 2014
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REGIONAL DISTRICT OF ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT BUILDING INSPECTOR'S REPORT
NOVEMBER, 2014
BUILDING TYPE
Single Family
Mobile Homes
Multi-Family
Adds&Rens
Commercial
Institutional
Industrial
Miscellenaous
Totals
BAMFIELD
#
VALUE
0
BEAUFORT
#
VALUE
0
0
LONG BEACH
#
VALUE
0
0
SPROAT LAKE BEAVER CREEK CHERRY CREEK TOTALS
#
VALUE
#
VALUE
#
VALUE
#
VALUE
1
100,000
1
320,000
2
420,000
0
0
0
0
1
40,000
1
40,000
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
5,000
1
1,000
2
6,000
0
1
100,000
2
45,000
2
321,000
5
466,000
REGIONAL DISTRICT OF ALBERNI-CLAYOQUOT BUILDING INSPECTOR'S REPORT
NOVEMBER, 2014 TO DATE
BUILDING TYPE
Single Family
Mobile Homes
Multi-Family
Adds&Rens
Commercial
Institutional
Industrial
Miscellenaous
Totals
BAMFIELD
BEAUFORT
#
VALUE
#
VALUE
1
152,771
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
10,000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1,000
0
3
163,771
0
BAMFIELD
WOODSTOVE
INSPECTIONS
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
YEAR TO DATE
77
7,891,578
86
8,443,871
113
8,689,998
146 21,355,170
123 11,302,380
144 16,872,606
158 14,419,767
153 14,659,250
134 12,803,924
129 10,959,254
91
6,677,542
69
2,670,126
82
5,329,780
83
4,010,339
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
LONG BEACH
SPROAT LAKE BEAVER CREEK CHERRY CREEK TOTALS
#
VALUE
#
VALUE
#
VALUE
#
VALUE
#
VALUE
0
0
7 1,938,272
5 1,185,000
6 2,158,069 19 5,434,112
0
0
2
7,000
1
5,000
0
0
3
12,000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
13,000
5
199,833
6
98,900
0
0 14
321,733
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
115,000
2
115,000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
200,000
0
0
0
0
1
10,000
2
210,000
2
49,909
6
83,219 13
217,572
8
106,655 30
458,355
5
262,909
20 2,228,324 25 1,506,472 17 2,389,724 70 6,551,200
BEAUFORT/
BEAVER CREEK
LONG BEACH
7
2
TOTAL YEAR
81 8,208,948
92 9,011,700
120 9,221,498
149 21,524,170
123 11,302,380
147 22,682,130
163 15,007,877
161 15,909,705
138 12,962,379
133 11,036,854
97 6,925,356
76 2,986,134
89 5,790,126
88 4,095,339
SPROAT LAKE CHERRY CREEK
2
6
TOTAL
YTD TOTAL
17
79
YEAR TO DATE TOTAL YEAR
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
79 3,332,812 80 3,348,092
73 3,294,610 75 3,320,890
104 10,025,166 104 10,025,166
123 8,496,554 128 9,050,554
116 9,641,300 116 9,641,300
147 7,765,500 151 7,915,500
159 10,271,000 167 10,864,000
170 11,019,500 173 11,192,500
125 7,037,120 126 7,155,120
116 6,218,900 118 6,323,900
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