We recently secured and cleaned up the Courtenay Station, we worked with a local student to do the work needed to secure the station. Once the window coverings were in place William Munro shared his experience with us. Thank you […]
Annual General Meeting well attended Approximately 40 people attend the annual general meeting April 27th, 2017 at the Vancouver Island Conference Centre. Reports from the auditors, the solicitor, the Chair and CEO as well as presentations from the rail operator, […]
Approximately 40 people attend the annual general meeting April 27th, 2017 at the Vancouver Island Conference Centre. Reports from the auditors, the solicitor, the Chair and CEO as well as presentations from the rail operator, Southern Rail and the business […]
The Island Corridor Foundation and Southern Rail provided background information and a current operations update that assisted the Association of Vancouver Island and Coastal Communities (AVICC) delegates in responding to the initial working draft of the ICF Business Plan, click here […]
The ICF Board of Directors is in the process of updating the Foundation’s business plan, and would like your input on what the Board’s goals and priorities should be in the years ahead. A summary of the responses will be […]
Over 45 people attending the first Community Round Table Meeting held in Parksville on Friday, February 3rd. Attendees heard from speakers from partnering organizations involved with the corridor foundation to provide an in-depth look of the current and future opportunities. […]
Commuter Train Proposal – Victoria to Langford Work continues in researching a plan for commuter train service between Victoria and Langford. The Board heard a presentation by the consultant hired by Focus Equities to develop a capital and operating plan. […]
The Island Corridor Foundation had its first meeting with the Local Government Liaison on July 22nd 2016. Thirteen members of local government attended this full day of rail tours and meetings. Hyrail tours were provided by Southern Railway staff who […]
In late June the speeder group, NARCOA came to the island with over 20 speeders and 33 people spent the week touring Vancouver Island by railway.
ICF is currently in discussion with the Cowichan Valley Museum and City of Duncan to do renovations to the Duncan Station.