Meet the members of the Duncan-North Cowichan Citizens' Assembly
The members of Duncan-North Cowichan Citizens' Assembly were selected using a Civic Lottery. 10,000 area residents were randomly selected to receive an invitation to volunteer. From a pool of 144 volunteers, the 36 members of the Assembly were randomly selected to broadly represent the population and communities that make up the two municipalities.
The members are volunteers and have each generously agreed spend more than 50 hours serving on this Assembly. They do not receive an honorarium or any form of personal compensation. Together they will produce a report advising the Duncan and North Cowichan Councils on whether to pursue the amalgamation of the two municipalities.
Their names are posted below as a matter-of-record; however we ask that you please respect their privacy and do not contact the members. Instead, if you would like to convey information to the Assembly, please email the Assembly team: firstname.lastname@example.org
Three further Assembly members were selected, but were not able to take part in the entire process. These are Michael Mulholland, Fiona Barr, and Vicki Easingwood. We thank them for their contribution.