The meetings are held at at the District Office, 136 Spruce Avenue and are broadcast on the local cable channel 10 at 7:00 p.m. on the Wednesday immediately following the meeting or as advertised the cable channel.
Regular Council meetings are held on the first and third Monday on the month.
A Special Council Meeting is a Council meeting other than a statutory, regular or adjourned meeting. Special Council Meetings are open to the public, unless all or part of the meeting is closed by a vote of council.
In Camera Council meetings are also known as ‘closed meetings’. Council is only authorized to hold in-camera meetings under the circumstances set out in Section 90 of the Community Charter. Closed meetings are held to discuss and make decision on matters pertaining to personnel, land, labour or employee negotiations, law enforcement, litigation or potential litigation and information that is prohibited from disclosure under the Freedom of Information and Protective of Privacy Act. Prior to a Council closing a meeting or part of a meeting to the public, it has to state, by resolution, the fact that the meeting is to be closed, and the basis in legislation under which the meeting is to be closed. The public is not allowed to attend a closed meeting.
If you wish to speak to a certain topic, please contact Corporate Services or email your completed Application to Appear Before Council as a Delegate or Delegation form to email@example.com in advance of the meeting to be considered as delegate speaker on the agenda. Citizens who attend Council meetings will have an opportunity to pose questions to Council on matters contained in the agenda or discussed at that meeting.
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Agendas & Minutes
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See the current schedule for Council.
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