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Cowichan Tribes’ members self-governance survey closes Friday

Today is an important deadline towards Cowichan Tribes’ quest for self-governance.

As they look to step away from the Indian Act, they’re asking for member input on how they should look to govern moving forwards.

They’ve got a survey of 8 questions asking for opinions on the number of councilors, council terms, nomination processes, and a few other contingencies.

“There are only 8 questions that should take between 10-15 minutes for you to complete,” reads the Tribes’ website. “Your voice is essential in our Cowichan Tribes’ self-governance journey.”

Tribes’ says they’ve been working on this project since 2006 and are now taking the steps to enact it. The process is being run by a committee chaired by Cowichan Tribes’ CAO Cindy Daniels with five others of varying experiences.

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Tribes’ members can submit their thoughts on the election code on the Cowichan Tribes website ending today.

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