2021 Resolution Background Information

2021 Annual General Meeting - Resolutions

Resolution Background Information

2021 Resolutions Background Information

Each local government that submitted a resolution was asked to supply background information with their resolution.

The background should help members to better understand the context and intent of each resolution.

Where the sponsor did not supply background, there is no link listed for that resolution.

Section 1 – First Resolutions Ballot

ER1 Postpone Termination of CARIP Funding AVICC Executive

CARIP Termination Letter from Minister of Municipal Affairs

R1 Reinstate Three-Year Local Government Terms of Office City of Nanaimo

R2 Electronic Permit and Public Hearing Notification Islands Trust
R3 Extending the Life of Fire Apparatus City of Port Alberni
R4 Medical Cannabis Production Sites Cowichan Valley RD

R5 Consultation by Ministry Prior to Undertaking Works on Highways Town of Gibsons

R6 Regional District Requisitions to Municipalities City of Parksville
R7 Provincial Tax Sharing and Local Fuel Tax City of Courtenay

R8 Audited Financial Statements for Municipally-Owned Corporations City of Powell River
R9 COVID Safe Restart Grant Inequity for Electoral Areas Capital RD
R10 Income Tax Credit/Deduction for Workers in Isolated Areas District of Port Hardy
R11 Development Cost Charges for Local Government Facilities District of Lantzville

Section 2 – Second Resolutions Ballot

R12 Contaminants Released from Wastewater Treatment Plants City of Powell River
R13 Reform of the BC Utilities Commission City of Powell River
R14 Right to Repair City of Nanaimo, City of Victoria
R15 Moratorium on Recreational Wolf Hunting District of Oak Bay
R16 Clean and Renewable Energy Regulatory Framework Village of Cumberland
R17 Climate Leadership City of Victoria
R18 Help Cities Lead City of Courtenay
R19 Developing a Vision to End Energy Poverty City of Powell River
R20 BC Circular Economy Strategy City of Nanaimo, City of Victoria
R21 Province-Wide Strategy to Manage Construction and Demolition Waste City of Nanaimo
R22 Illegal Dumping in Electoral Areas RD of Nanaimo
R23 Drinking Water Protection and Private Managed Forest Land Village of Cumberland
R24 Community Climate Action Plans Comox Valley RD
R25 Funding for Compliance with Landfill Operation and Closure Legislation Central Coast RD

Section 3 – Third Resolutions Ballot

R26 Risk Assessments of Potential Threats to Natural Assets Town of Gibsons

R27 De-Centralizing Forest Management on Vancouver Island & Coast Municipality of North Cowichan
R28 Reconsideration of Process to Phase Out Discovery Islands Fish Farms City of Campbell River
R29 Amendments to the Aquaculture Act City of Campbell River

R30 Tree Management in Electoral Areas RD of Nanaimo

R31 Internet Access in Health Care qathet RD
R32 Increase Disability Benefits and Income Assistance Rates City of Victoria
R33 Paid Sick Leave for Workers City of Victoria
R34 Declaring the Overdose Crisis a National Public Health Emergency District of Saanich
R35 Opioid Crisis Capital RD
R36 Farmers’ Markets as Essential Services During Local Emergencies Village of Cumberland
R37 Improved Access to Detox and Treatment Centres City of Port Alberni

R38 Acquisition of Apartment Buildings for Affordable Housing City of Victoria
R39 Enhanced Communications to Address Homelessness Related Issues City of Courtenay
R40 Unauthorized Camping Crisis Alberni-Clayoquot RD

R41 Funding for Small Communities to Attend AVICC Central Coast RD
R42 Funding for Small Communities to Attend UBCM Central Coast RD
R43 Community to Community Forum Grants District of Port Hardy

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