Social Planning Cowichan News Stories, Newsletters
and Press Releases
Read our June 2010 newsletter.
Read our Affordable Housing Directorate Minutes (complete set of minutes from June 2008 to February 2010, 31 pages, 396KB).
Read our Housing Chronology paper.
Read our January 2010 newsletter.
September 21, 2009 COWICHAN CHILD CARE COUNCIL RELEASES RESPONSE TO UNICEF REPORT ON CHILD CARE
September 21, 2009 SOCIAL PLANNING COWICHAN RECEIVES $14,000 GRANT TO FUND THE SECOND ANNUAL WALK OF THE NATIONS FESTIVAL
Read our September 2009 newsletter.
August 17, 2009
NAIG Social Legacy Continues
July 22, 2009
Cowichan Child Care Council
July 9, 2009
Social Planning Cowichan Meets with VIHA
Read our June 2009 newsletter.
Read our August-September 2008 newsletter.
August 21, 2008
Social Planning Cowichan Releases "Implications of Regional Growth in Cowichan: Part One"
Read our May-June 2008 newsletter.
June 6, 2008
Social Planning Cowichan Seeks Community Feedback
Read about what Social Planning Cowichan has done over the past few years.
Read our March-April 2008 newsletter.
March 17, 2008
Social Planning Cowichan Board Explains Cowichan Child Care Crisis to Minister
February 27, 2008
Cowichan School Closures Would Negatively Impact Regional Child Care
Read our November-December 2007 newsletter.
Read our September-October 2007 newsletter.
October 19, 2007
Affordable Housing Council Launched
September 22, 2007
Lack of Child Care in the Cowichan Region Critical and Getting Worse Report Reveals
Read our July-August 2007 newsletter.
Read our May-June 2007 newsletter.
May 17, 2007
Cowichan Valley Housing Report Officially Released
May 14, 2007
Social Planning Cowichan Hires Executive Director
March 7, 2007
Social Planning Cowichan Turns Efforts to Affordable Housing
Read our Fall 2006 newsletter.
Download the Reports
Cowichan Region Affordable Housing Strategy 2010 (8 mb pdf file)
Status of the Community II Report (January 2010) (12.5 mb, low resolution)Chapters (high resolution):
Front Cover, Letter from the Chair, Table of Contents
1: Arts, Culture & Recreation
2: Community Involvement
3: Economy & Employment
5: Food Security
6: Health, Community & Social Services
7: Housing & the Built Environment
8: Natural Environment
9: Public Safety