The City of Victoria is located on the homelands of the Songhees and Esquimalt People
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By Poet Laureate, John Barton


A report recommending:

  • 1st, 2nd and 3rd readings of:
    • Housing Agreement (11 Chown Place) Bylaw (2021) No. 21-060


The purpose of this Bylaw is to authorize an agreement to ensure that the proposed four-storey, multi-unit residential building provides specified levels of affordability on the lands known as 11 Chown Place, Victoria, BC.

  • Adoption of:
    • Solid Waste Bylaw, Amendment Bylaw (No. 10) No. 21-063


To amend the Solid Waste Bylaw to enable comingled organic materials collection and require curbside collection of solid waste.

A Council Member Motion regarding a proposed amendment to the Solid Waste Bylaw to permit the resumption of solid waste collection services for the James Bay Child Care Society. 

A letter from the Acting Regional Director, Canadian Wildlife Service – Pacific Region regarding the Victoria Harbour Migratory Bird Sanctuary.

A letter regarding an update on the use of anticoagulant rodenticides in B.C.

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Council is considering an application to allow for the use of Storefront Cannabis Retailer at 566-568 Yates Street and remove the use of Storefront Cannabis Retailer from 546 Yates Street.

  • Motion to give 3rd reading to:
    • Zoning Bylaw 2018, Amendment Bylaw (No. 9) No. 21-071
  • Motion to adopt:
    • Zoning Bylaw 2018, Amendment Bylaw (No. 9) No. 21-071
  • Motion to give 3rd reading to:
    • Zoning Regulation Bylaw, Amendment Bylaw (No. 1256) No. 21-061
  • Motion to Adopt:
    • Zoning Regulation Bylaw, Amendment Bylaw (No. 1256) No. 21-061
    • Housing Agreement (1314 and 1318 Wharf Street) Bylaw (2021) No. 21-062
  • Motion to approve Heritage Alteration Permit with Variances