Tsawout First Nation

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Lands Projects

Comprehensive Community Plan

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To view a copy of the CCP Summary document, please follow this link, or click the image to the right. This document is large (20MB) and may take a few minutes to load. It is a PDF document, and requires Adobe Reader to view.

This document was prepared for the Tsawout Land's Department from the original document completed by AECOM.


The  Comprehensive  Community  Plan (CCP) is in the beginning stages of development. Tsawout is working closely with the consultant, AECOM Planning Group to create the CCP. 

Background Information:

CCP Visioning Survey Comprehensive Community Plan Visioning Survey (153kB)

CCP Planning  CCP Planning Document (1.95 MB)

Land Use Options Summary

 Land Use Options & Comment Form Document ( 18MB)

The Land Use Options is a a starting point for discussion purposes only:

Please note this is a large file and may take several minutes to download.(18 MB)

Vision_and_Objectives CCP Vision & Objectives  (47KB)

Prefered Option  Preferred Option Summary (7.5MB)

Preferred Option Presentation  AECOM Preferred Option Presentation ( 10 MB)



Highway 17

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The Highway 17 Joint Peninsula Steering Committee consists of representatives, who are either elected officials or staff members,  from the Districts of Central and North Saanich, the Town of Sidney and the Tsawout First Nation.  The objective of the Steering Committee is to identify and prioritize a package of recommended intersection and entrance and exit  improvements for a portion of , the Highway 17 (Pat Bay Highway) traffic corridor located north of the Saanich /Central Saanich boundary to the Swartz Bay Ferry Terminal. This highway goes through the Tsawout reserve. The representative for Tsawout is Nick May. If additional information is required or you wish to contact Nick May please contact the Tsawout Lands Department at the Band office.

Terms of Reference

Meeting Minutes




Lands Projects - TIXEN

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Project Purpose

Develop and implement multi-jurisdictional plans for the management and restoration of a rare and vulnerable coastal dune ecosystem on British Columbia's Georgia Basin known to the WSÁNEĆ peoples on the Saanich Peninsula as TIXEN.