Bharat Chandramouli’s Presentation to the CRD CALWMC

March 10, 2010 I thank the committee for giving the public an opportunity to speak on this very important issue. As a recent visitor to Coast Salish territory, I am happy to see that the greater Victoria region is installing secondary sewage treatment to deal with our ever increasing volumes of waste. As an environmental […]

Trade, Politics and Global Climate Change

…… .Date: Wed., April 7, 2010Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm (doors open at 6:30pm)Location: Da Vinci CentreStreet: 195 Bay St.City/Town: Victoria, BC Are International Trade Agreements undermining efforts to solve Global Climate Change? Can our politicians cooperatively address this issue, by working together across party lines? The Council of Canadians, Victoria Chapter presents a forum on […]

Stuart Hertzog’s Presentation to the CRD CALWMC

March 10, 2010 Good evening. My name is Stuart Hertzog and I spoke to you this morning about the impact of this project on greenhouse gas emissions. I calculate that in 40 years, this project would add 1.6 Megatonnes of CO2e to the global atmosphere. On that basis, this project should not go ahead. Because […]

Coffee Night Speaker: Arthur Caldicott

“Vancouver Island’s Watersheds in Peril” Date: Tuesday, March 23, 2010Time: 7:00 – 9:15 p.m.Place: BCGEU, 2994 Douglas St. Arthur Caldicott is an analyst of energy and mining issues in British Columbia. Hisresearch, writing and presentations focus on the environmental, health, and public interestaspects of those issues, as well as the economic considerations.A company proposing a […]

John Luton’s Presentation to the CRD CALWMC

March 10, 2010 I’m here to ask you to support the public option for sewage treatment. I believe that public services belong in public hands. We are transparent and accountable, and ultimately on the hook to provide the service project we are committing our current and future taxpayers to fund. Private owners will build and […]

Kim Manton’s Presentation to the CRD CALWMC

March 10, 2010 “I would like to speak to you tonight about how two meetings have provided the framework of how I have spent the last three years….one meeting was on Sept. 5, 2007 and the other is fast approaching – March 24, 2010″…the first meeting motivated me to prepare for the second… My first […]

Joan Russow’s Presentation to the CRD CALWMC

Procurement must not be yet another act of negligence.Joan Russow PhD Presentation to the CRD, March 10, 2010 There is a long history in Victoria, of negligence on the part of the CRD and of other authoritative figures. Particularly, from the CRD engineer, Michael Williams, who in the 1980’s authored a pale blue pamphlet with […]

Jim Lloyd’s Presentation to the CRD CALWMC

February 25, 2010My name is Jim Lloyd and I am a retired Water Resources Technologist. I have worked in Wastewater Plant Operations for many years in Ontario and at two plants in the Victoria area. Over the years I have seen, reviewed and worked with many examples of the good, the bad and the ugly […]

Aboriginal Water Conference

“The Consensus on Small Water Systems for the Promotion of Indigenous Health” March 21 – 23, 2010Please contact Rachel Link, UVic, for more information, at 250-853-3115 or . The registration is free. Please see the attached files for all of the details:;

Phil Lyons’ Presentation to the CRD CALWMC

Feb. 25, 2010 It is coming up to decision time for CRD representatives on the procurement options for the new sewage system. As a citizen of the CRD and a member of the steering committee of the Greater Victoria Water Watch Coalition representing the Greater Victoria Seniors((OAPO191) , I feel that you should make the […]