Committees are established to assist Council and provide opportunities for public involvement in municipal matters. Committees are advisory in nature and function within the authority set out in their terms of reference or by bylaw. Citizen representatives are appointed in a voluntary capacity to bring local knowledge, expertise and experience to specific areas of civic concern.

The Mayor may establish standing committees for matters the Mayor considers would be better regulated and managed by committee, and for that purpose may provide for appointment as members of a standing committee persons who are not Council members. At least one half of the members of a standing committee must be Council members.

Committee meetings are open to the public, unless the topic relates to a subject included in Section 90 of the Community Charter.

For more information, please contact the Office of the Municipal Clerk at 604-946-3220 or

Committees of Council

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  • Agricultural Advisory Committee (AAC)
  • Board of Variance (BOV)
  • Heritage Advisory Commission (HAC)
  • Climate Action and Community Liveability Advisory Committee (CACLAC)
  • Hunting Regulation Advisory Committee (HRAC)
  • Mayor’s Community Investment Standing Committee (MCISC)
  • Mayor’s Housing Task Force for Scott Road (MHTFSR)
  • Mayor’s Task Force on Building Permits and Development Applications (MTFBPDA)
  • Parks, Recreation and Culture Commission (PRCC)

Committee Protocol

The Council Procedure Bylaw No. 5000, 2000 was amended on September 23, 2013. The Bylaw includes, as Schedule C, a Council Committee Protocol (27 KB) that defines the procedures for the establishment, meetings and reporting of committees. In addition, the Protocol provides information on the term of appointment, member attendance and conflict of interest.

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