The Nanaimo Climate Action Hub invites you to participate in this online event tomorrow! We will hear from the City of Nanaimo Transportation Department, the BC Cycling Coalition, and local cycling stakeholders. Our aim is to learn more about existing local policies and best practices so that we can be well prepared to advocate for a more cycling-friendly community. Everyone is welcome, please Register Here and feel free to share this invitation with others.
In case you missed the event, you can check out the recording here.
A big thank-you to everyone who emailed the mayor and council over the weekend in support of the resolution to call on the BC government to follow through on the recommendations of the Old-Growth Strategic Review. They were flooded with messages - including 77 people who cc'd us and I'm sure there were others as well outside of our group.
We received this message from Councillor Ben Geselbracht: "Thank you for getting the word out. It made a very big difference."
For more on the recent vote and its resulting changes, check out this Nanaimo Bulletin article. The movement is growing, with other local governments including Lantzville, Metchosin, Saanich, and the city of Victoria looking at similar resolutions.
Dover Bay Eco Club: Bonnie Huynh, Ulricke Bucksteg-Neuhoff, Mikaela Sumile, Tian Liang