Council Meetings

Regular Council meetings are open to the public and are held on the second and fourth Monday of the month at 1:30 pm. If you cannot attend in person, Council meetings are broadcast on Shaw Cable and the agenda and minutes are published.

Council Meeting Calendars

Shaw Council Meeting Broadcast Schedule

  • Second and fourth Tuesday of the month at 11:00 am - original broadcast
  • Second and fourth Thursday of the month 11:00 am - encore Presentation

Agendas & Minutes

Appearing before Council

If City Staff are unable to address your situation or concerns, you can ask to speak to (appear before) Council. To appear you must be scheduled as a formal delegation, which can be requested through the Delegation Request Form.

Once you’ve provided the form, plus any background information you think necessary, you will receive written confirmation of your delegation (appearance) and may be contacted by the Deputy Corporate Officer.

The agenda for Council meetings is set on the Wednesday prior to the meeting and you may be rescheduled depending on volume for that meeting. Once you’ve appeared before Council, your presentation will be brought forward at the next Council meeting for consideration.

Your presentation to Council must be:

  • Five minutes or less, followed by questions or comments from Council Members
  • Any written information for the agenda or your PowerPoint presentation must be received by the Monday before the Council meeting

Formalities During Council Meetings

  • Comments at Council meetings should be directed to the Mayor or member of Council presiding at the meeting
  • Introduce yourself - please clearly state your name and address before making your comments
  • Be sure to speak into the microphone so your input can be clearly heard. Note that Council meetings are also recorded and filmed for local cable television
  • The Mayor may be referred to as "Your Worship", other Council members as "Councillor"
  • Presentations are limited to 5 minutes
  • Be aware that comments on some issues may be restricted by legal requirements or policy