Strathcona Regional District
The Strathcona Regional District is a regional district in British Columbia, Canada. It was created on February 15, 2008, encompassing the northern and western portions of the former Regional District of Comox-Strathcona. The partition left the new Strathcona Regional District with 91.6 percent of the former Comox-Strathcona's land area, but only 42.1 percent of its population. Its current territory has a land area of 18,329.948 km² (7,077.232 sq mi) and a 2016 census population of 44,671 inhabitants. There are 21 named Indian reserves within its territory, with a combined 2016 census population of 1,579 and combined land area of 16.444 km² (6.345 sq mi).
The District's head offices are in Campbell River, British Columbia. During a transitional period, much of its administration was carried out by the Comox Valley Regional District, based in Courtenay, British Columbia but it is now self-administered. It is governed by a Board of Directors comprising representatives from each of the 5 municipalities and 4 electoral areas within its boundaries. It is anticipated that the Board will expand to include representatives from some of the First Nations governments within its boundaries following treaty settlements.
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Electoral areas and unincorporated communities
- Area A (Kyuquot/Nootka–Sayward)
- Area B (Cortes Island)
- Area C (Discovery Islands–Mainland Inlets)
- Area D (Oyster Bay–Buttle Lake)
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