Scott Colbourne for Islands Trust

Gabriola / Mudge / DeCourcy

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Welcome
My name is Scott Colbourne and I have put my name forward to serve as Trustee for the Gabriola Local Trust Area — Mudge, DeCourcy and Gabriola — on the Islands Trust.

I am honoured to call myself a visitor on these traditional territories of the Snuneymuxw People. I have lived here for a comparatively short time, but over those years I have become deeply involved in this place and passionately committed to these communities. In applying to all of you for this job, I am making these commitments:

  • To be straightforward and fair, and to communicate clearly and respectfully with all members of our communities.
  • To value transparency and openness over secrecy and closed-doors.
  • To recognize that environment and community are connected — you can’t have one without the other — and that responding to climate change calls for science-informed decision making.
  • To work collaboratively for these islands and their long-term health and vibrancy, in partnership with all levels of government.

Platform Priorities:

  1. Improve the availability of affordable, accessible, appropriate housing using land-use planning tools shaped by these communities and former Trustees.
  2. Continue to build community-to-community relationships with Snuneymuxw First Nation, and a strong focus on working collaboratively with the Regional District and Province.
  3. Ensure that when we say preserve and protect, we’re backing it up with science-informed tools for stewardship and reducing our ecological footprint.
  4. Create two-way conversations with people on Mudge, Decourcy and Gabriola so they see their priorities reflected in our community plans, by-laws and Islands Trust decision-making.

Donate

To donate to Scott's campaign, please email scolbourne@gmail.com or mail cheques to:

Scott Colbourne for Islands Trust
235 Ricardo Road
Gabriola, BC VOR 1X1

Please make cheques out to Scott Colbourne Election Account.

Donations in local elections are not tax deductible. The maximum donation amount per candidate is $1200. Donors must be Canadian citizens, permanent residents, and be residents of British Columbia. (See this elections.bc.ca link for more information).

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