Official Community Plan adopted March 2016

Toquaht’s Official Community Plan (OCP) was officially adopted in March, 2016, and formalized in Toquaht law. Kleco kleco to the many Toquaht citizens who provided input into its development from 2012-2016!

Quick facts:

  • Under section 2 of our Planning and Land Use Management Act, the Toquaht Nation is required to have an Official Community Plan in place.
  • The OCP sets out priorities for our growing Nation, and guides decision-making about planning, land use management and economic development.
  • All future laws and projects undertaken by the Toquaht Nation must be consistent with the OCP.
  • The Toquaht Nation is not bound to undertake the projects described in the OCP.
  • The OCP does not give the Nation ‘authority’ to do anything — it is a document that guides decision-making.

If you have any questions about the OCP, contact:

Juliet Van Vliet,
Director of Lands, Public Works and Resources