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    Volunteer Opportunities

    Community Consultative Committee

    Do you want to be involved in land use planning and development processes?


    The District of Port Hardy invites letters of interest from those persons willing to serve on its Community Consultative Committee (CCC).  Three positions are currently available.


    The CCC meets on an as needed basis to review and advise Council on matters that have been referred to it. The CCC can be composed of up to seven voting members and two Council members attend meetings in a liaison capacity. The terms of reference for the CCC is available on the District’s website at www.porthardy.arraydev.net or by contacting the District using the information below.


    In order to apply to become a CCC member, please submit a brief letter stating why you are interested in being appointed to the CCC and how you feel you may contribute.  Please send your letter by email, fax, hand delivery or mail, no later than 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday October 22, 2021.


    Heather Nelson-Smith, Director of Corporate & Development Services

    District of Port Hardy

    7360 Columbia Street, PO Box 68, Port Hardy, BC  V0N 2P0

    Ph: 250-949-6665  Fax: 250-949-7433



    Better at Home Volunteers Needed!

    Want to make a difference in your community? Volunteer! Did you know that seniors are the fastest growing demographic on the North Island? They have built the communities in which we live and our communities’ success depends on all of us supporting one another. The people at “Better at Home” – a new program offered by the North Island Crisis and Counselling Centre – are seeking volunteers who want to make a difference in the lives of seniors. Communities involved in the initial launch include Port Hardy and Port McNeill. Volunteer opportunities include:

    • Friendly visiting
    • Transportation to appointments
    • Light yard work
    • Minor home repairs
    • Snow shoveling
    • Light housekeeping
    • Grocery shopping

    Please contact the North Island Crisis and Counselling Center for more information at 250-949-8333.