The Fairfield Gonzales Community Association pursues our vision through the development and delivery of inclusive and effective community-focused programs and projects. We support our neighbourhood, create a haven and a warm welcome for community members, and seek the building of connections and collaborations with likeminded individuals to assist Fairfield and Gonzales neighbourhoods in enhancing their community’s vitality.
Port Alberni will be the home of a new regional food hub.

AFI is one of the oldest Farmers' Institutes in British Columbia. It has been working for over a century to improve conditions of rural life, promote agriculture and public health, and help arrange distribution channels for its members.
School District No. 85 covers a total of 22,416 square kilometres of the northern end of Vancouver Island and the adjacent mainland in British Columbia. An abundance of wildlife, including Killer Whales, Bald Eagles, Roosevelt Elk, Deer, Black Bear and Pacific Salmon, can be viewed throughout the region. The panoramic beauty and vistas of snow-capped mountains, tree-bordered lakes and coastal waters is a photographers’ haven and a magnet for naturalists. Year round, moderate temperatures are normal for this large area of forests, towns, small villages, fish farms and logging camps. Forestry, commercial/sports fishing and tourism are the key industries on the North Island.
The Salvation Army exists to share the love of Jesus Christ, meet human needs and be a transforming influence in the communities of our world.
We are passionate about local food and helping markets, farmers and small businesses grow so local food continues to thrive.
55+ Community Lunch & Weekly Community Gathering Luncheon
Vision Statement

“We, the Quatsino First Nation, proud descendants of the Gusgimukw who were placed on these lands by the Creator, have persevered throughout time by valuing our traditions and people and by continually exercising our inherent right to the lands and resources of our traditional territory. Through resilient leadership, consistent communication and working together we will empower our community to strive forward and succeed in reviving and rebuilding our unique language and culture, strengthening our governance structures and providing equitable services and opportunities that create a vibrant, healthy community that is self-governing, prosperous, supportive and carries our growing knowledge forward for future generations.”
We are the Kwakiutl. We have lived here, on the northeastern shores of Vancouver Island, since time immemorial. Our ancestors hunted and fished on these lands and waters, and developed a rich culture through which they celebrated the diversity of life around them. We continue to be strong by honouring all that our ancestors have taught us.
We are a small, semi-rural community of about 500 on-reserve community members, with about 350 of our band members living off-reserve. The Tsulquate reserve, where most of us live, is adjacent to the town of Port Hardy on the North-eastern tip of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Tsulquate is within the boundaries of the Regional District of Mt. Waddington. We are a member of the Kwakiutl District Council.