Please refer to the October 12th edition of the Oak Bay News for an article on my candidacy, by reporter Arnold Lim. You can also link to the Oak Bay website from this site. Thanks!

At last night’s Council meeting, I understand that Oak Bay Council approved the Active Transportation Plan. I recommend visiting the municipal website on this site to see the complete plan which I understand should appear in PDF format. Recreation…

With a packed house and standing room only, I attended last night’s Oak Bay Council meeting about the proposed Oak Bay Lodge development. The meeting was a sequel to the October 3rd Council meeting when I understand that the applicants (Baptist Ho…

I want to thank the Times-Colonist for the coverage they provided on my Oak Bay municipal election campaign. I am pleased that my use of technology and social media is receiving such a positive response. Please visit the link below for coverage de…

While visiting the Municipal Hall, I noticed that a hard copy of the 2010 Oak Bay Annual Report is now available at the Administration counter for public viewing. You can also access the report through the Municipal website. Please follow the muni…

UPDATE – I have my pamphlet in final draft and ready for the printer tomorrow, campaign signs are ordered and my nomination papers are filed. It has been a hectic schedule since last Friday when I announced my candidacy. I am grateful to my wonder…

Transportation is a major issue for most communities in the region and I understand that Oak Bay has identified particular concerns such as needed enhancements to cycling, pedestrian walkways/pathways and public transit. The Capital Regional Distr…

I am pleased to learn about an All Candidates’ Meeting, hosted by the Community Association of Oak Bay (CAOB), on November 4, 2011 (Friday evening) at the Monterey Recreation Centre. This will be a great opportunity for candidates running in the O…

I attended a breakfast meeting on October 4 to help launch the Victoria Foundation’s latest annual report on the Capital Region’s quality of life, called “Vital Signs.” These survey results provide valuable insights and a barometer on how the regi…

I attended this year’s Union of British Columbia Municipalities (UBCM) annual convention and learned more about what “sustainable” really means. It’s a great buzz word, something that falls within “planning-speak” but I believe its principles and …

September 30, 2011 Popular Councilor Stepping into Oak Bay Municipal Race OAK BAY – Popular two-term Councilor, Cairine Green, announced today that she will seek a seat on Oak Bay Council in the November 2011 municipal election. Green, who has bee…

I am pleased to stand for an Oak Bay Council seat in the November 19, 2011 Municipal election. Between now and then, I hope to meet and talk with you to learn more about what is important to you and to the future of Oak Bay. To reach out to reside…