The CVRD has eight ‘Areas’, listed from A to H. Area H is the most northerly, with over 8,000 hectares, including privately managed forest lands in the west and settled lands in the Diamond, North Oyster, Yellow Point and Brenton-Page areas. It has some 2,500 residents, many of whom have lived here for many years.
What does ‘H’ stand for? Nothing – it’s just a letter. I like to think it stands for Harmony – the harmony of nature and community.
Here’s more information about Area H from the CVRD: https://www.cvrd.ca/292/Area-H
Here’s the CVRD map of Area H (Zoom in). If you click the ‘Planning’ box and zoom in it will show you detailed zoning for every parcel of land:
If Ben is elected, he will create a new website just for Area H – http://www.AreaH.ca.