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Central Coast
Regional District

Board of Directors

The British North America Act forms a part of the Canadian Constitution which divides powers and responsibilities between the Federal and Provincial Governments. The Provinces are assigned the responsibility for local government. The Provinces, in turn, delegate power to local government through provincial legislation.

Regional Districts were formed throughout the province in the last half of the 1960s in order to ensure that rural residents outside of municipal boundaries had access to commonly needed services, no matter where they lived. Prior to that time, local governments were comprised of municipal governments only.

The Ocean Falls Regional District (now the Central Coast Regional District) was incorporated on July 16, 1968 by Letters Patent issued by the Province of British Columbia.  

The Central Coast Regional District is the only regional district in the Province of British Columbia without any incorporated municipalities within its boundaries. It therefore consists of five electoral or rural areas. Each area is represented by one director on the board. Local governments are legislated under B.C.´s Local Government Act to conduct triennial election. The next elections will take place in November 2011, 2014.

The Board of Directors, the governing body of the regional district, is ultimately responsible for the services provided and actions taken by the corporation.  Every electoral area director must appoint an alternate director to carry out the director´s responsibilities in his or her absence. The board is headed by a Chair, who is the Chief Executive Officer.  Each year, the board elects one director to serve as Chair and another to serve as Vice Chair.

 Richard Hall; Alison Sayers;  Frank Johnson; Samuel Schooner; (missing, Travis Hall)
Richard Hall; Alison Sayers; Frank Johnson; Samuel Schooner; (missing, Travis Hall)
Electoral Area Director Representation Contact
Area A Frank Johnson Alternate Association of Vancouver Island and Coastal Communities (AVICC), Alternate Coast Sustainability Trust Regional Steering Committee (CST), Vancouver Island Regional Library fjohnson@ccrd-bc.ca
Area B Travis Hall thall@ccrd-bc.ca
Area C Alison Sayers Association of Vancouver Island and Coastal Communities (AVICC), Municipal Finance Authority, Municipal Insurance Authority, Northern Development Initiative asayers@ccrd-bc.ca
Area D Richard Hall rhall@ccrd-bc.ca
Area E Samuel Schooner Coast Sustainability Trust Regional Steering Committee (CST), Bella Coola Harbour Authority, Alternate Municipal Finance Authority, Alternate Municipal Insurance Association, Alternate Northern Development Initiative Trust (NDIT), Alternate Vancouver Island Regional Library (VIRL), Emergency Executive Committee sschooner@ccrd-bc.ca

Electoral Area A director appointed

Mr. Johnson brings a wealth of experience and governance knowledge to the CCRD board table including:
  • Chief Elect for Wuikinuxv Nation for 32 years
  • Mid Coast Training Society director
  • Director for the Wuikinuxv/Kitasoo/Nuxalk Tribal Council
  • Wuikinuxv Economic Development Corporation, director
  • Kvamua Enterprise Ltd, trustee
  • Board Trustee, School District 49
  • Coast First Nations, director
His committee experience includes:
  • Wuikinuxv Education
  • Wuikinuxv Health
  • First Nations Health
  • Wuikinuxv Financial Management, and recently appointed to
  • Aboriginal Education Committee for the British Columbia School Trustees Association (BCSTA)
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