2021 Resolutions Voting Results

Results of 2021 Resolutions Vote

President Morrison announced the results of the resolutions vote at the May 28th AGM and Convention. A summary of the results is available to download at:


And the results can be viewed below:


ER1Postpone Termination of CARIP FundingAVICC ExecutiveEndorsed
R1Reinstate Three-Year Local Government Terms of OfficeCity of NanaimoNot Endorsed
R2Electronic Permit and Public Hearing NotificationIslands TrustEndorsed
R3Extending the Life of Fire ApparatusCity of Port AlberniEndorsed
R4Medical Cannabis Production SitesCowichan Valley RDEndorsed
R5Consultation by Ministry Prior to Undertaking Works on HighwaysTown of GibsonsEndorsed
R6Regional District Requisitions to MunicipalitiesCity of ParksvilleEndorsed
R7Provincial Tax Sharing and Local Fuel TaxCity of CourtenayEndorsed
R8Audited Financial Statements for Municipally-Owned CorporationsCity of Powell RiverEndorsed
R9COVID Safe Restart Grant Inequity for Electoral AreasCapital RDEndorsed
R10Income Tax Credit/Deduction for Workers in Isolated Areas District of Port HardyEndorsed
R11Development Cost Charges for Local Government FacilitiesDistrict of LantzvilleEndorsed
R12Contaminants Released from Wastewater Treatment PlantsCity of Powell RiverEndorsed
R13Reform of the BC Utilities CommissionCity of Powell River Endorsed
R14Right to RepairCity of Nanaimo, City of Victoria Endorsed
R15Moratorium on Recreational Wolf HuntingDistrict of Oak BayEndorsed
R16Clean and Renewable Energy Regulatory FrameworkVillage of CumberlandEndorsed
R17Climate LeadershipCity of VictoriaEndorsed
R18Help Cities LeadCity of CourtenayEndorsed
R19Developing a Vision to End Energy PovertyCity of Powell River Endorsed
R20BC Circular Economy StrategyCity of Nanaimo, City of VictoriaEndorsed
R21Province-Wide Strategy to Manage Construction and Demolition WasteCity of NanaimoEndorsed
R22Illegal Dumping in Electoral AreasRD of NanaimoEndorsed
R23Drinking Water Protection and Private Managed Forest Land Village of CumberlandEndorsed
R24Community Climate Action PlansComox Valley RDEndorsed
R25Funding for Compliance with Landfill Operation and Closure LegislationCentral Coast RDEndorsed
R26Risk Assessments of Potential Threats to Natural AssetsTown of GibsonsEndorsed
R27De-Centralizing Forest Management on Vancouver Island & CoastMunicipality of North CowichanEndorsed
R28Reconsideration of Process to Phase Out Discovery Islands Fish FarmsCity of Campbell RiverNot Endorsed
R29Amendments to the Aquaculture ActCity of Campbell RiverEndorsed
R30Tree Management in Electoral AreasRD of NanaimoEndorsed
R31Internet Access in Health Careqathet RDEndorsed
R32Increase Disability Benefits and Income Assistance RatesCity of VictoriaEndorsed
R33Paid Sick Leave for WorkersCity of VictoriaEndorsed
R34Declaring the Overdose Crisis a National Public Health EmergencyDistrict of SaanichEndorsed
R35Opioid CrisisCapital RDEndorsed
R36Farmers’ Markets as Essential Services During Local EmergenciesVillage of CumberlandEndorsed
R37Improved Access to Detox and Treatment CentresCity of Port AlberniEndorsed
R38Acquisition of Apartment Buildings for Affordable HousingCity of VictoriaEndorsed
R39Enhanced Communications to Address Homelessness Related IssuesCity of CourtenayEndorsed
R40Unauthorized Camping CrisisAlberni-Clayoquot RDEndorsed
R41Funding for Small Communities to Attend AVICCCentral Coast RDEndorsed
R42Funding for Small Communities to Attend UBCMCentral Coast RDEndorsed
R43Community to Community Forum GrantsDistrict of Port HardyEndorsed


The AVICC acknowledges that we are grateful to live, work, and play on the traditional territories of the 
Coast Salish, Nuu-Chah-Nulth and Kwak-Waka’wakw Peoples