February 15, 2017

Annual General Meeting 2017

Wednesday, April 19 Registration opens at 6 pm, the meeting will start at 7 pm. Join us for our annual review of the league’s activities, engagements, financials, and goals. Come vote for people you believe will lead the league with integrity, commitment, and professionalism on this working board. The Oliver Community League is driven to make our neighbourhood amazing in all ways and is a proponent of developments and activities that sustain our community in positive, […]
February 10, 2017

A Q&A with one of the Busiest Committees in our League – Programs & Events

Programs and events are one of the mainstays of any league and our league is no exception. The Oliver Community League has increased events by over 1000% in the past couple of years.  We are engaging our community through a variety of events and programs. Hossein Zahiri, Director of Programs & Events, answers some of your questions here: What’s new for 2017? “We have some of the old stand-by’s like […]
January 28, 2017

Upcoming Hall Construction

As you may know, our league struck a Hall Redevelopment Committee (HRC) in 2016. Part of that committee’s groundwork for the hall redevelopment was ascertaining the condition and to identify potential hazardous materials in our hall. We hired Stantec (Consulting company located in Oliver with previous knowledge of the building) to complete a Facility Condition Assessment and Hazardous Materials Assessment in fall, 2016. As a consequence of those assessments, our league was […]
November 4, 2016

Social Advocacy in Oliver

As you likely know, the Oliver Community League’s boundaries include an incredibly diverse population of people. With residences ranging from costing millions of dollars to subsidized, the demographics of our community are significantly varied. OCL has advocated time and again for building developments that meet the needs of our community. While dwellings that accommodate families, reflect the needs of lower incomes, and satisfy the visual identity of our community have […]