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    Panorama Recreation Centre Wins West Division for Kraft Hockeyville

    Panorama Recreation Centre has won the title of West Division finalist for Kraft Hockeyville and a prize of $100,000 in arena upgrades! We are now one of two finalists in the running for the chance to host an NHL® Pre-Season Game.

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    Preliminary List of Strategic Priorities Determined for 2015-2018

    Today, the CRD board of directors convened for a full day session in order to advance the development of their regional priorities. Twelve topical areas were explored and more than a hundred desired outcomes and possibilities were debated. From this session, the board will be receiving a report that summarizes the outcomes of the strategic planning process and prioritizes the goals and actions for review at the next scheduled board meeting on April 8, 2015. Read more >>

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    CRD in Negotiations with BC Hydro Over Jordan River Lands

    The CRD continues to be in negotiations with BC Hydro with respect to the potential purchase and use of the lands that could be impacted by flood potential caused by a dam failure. BC hydro has previously indicated it would enter into purchase agreements with property holders. The CRD lands at Jordan River are currently accessible to the public, however overnight stays at the campground are suspended until further notice.

  • HHW-Spring-Cleaning

    Do you have spring cleaning plans?

    Household hazardous waste (HHW) is any waste from your home that you consider to be dangerous or of which you are unsure. Common examples are pesticides, varnishes, paints, cleaners, and batteries. Hartland Recycling accepts residential HHW free of charge. Remember that Hartland is closed on STAT holidays, including Good Friday and Easter Monday. Read more >>

  • Did you know? Wastewater Treatment

    Heat produced from the sewage treatment process can be captured and used to heat the wastewater treatment facility and can even be distributed to heat nearby buildings. In fact, the Wastewater treatment plant in North Saanich recovers heat in order to heat the pool at the Panorama Recreation Centre. Learn more about how the CRD is moving forward with wastewater treatment in the Core Area.