JOIN THE VITCC OR RENEW MEMBERSHIP
Join the Vancouver Island Transportation Corridor Coalition (VITCC)
The VITCC is a society formed under the laws of the Province of British Columbia for the purposes described within its charter. As a member, you will receive the right to vote and have a say in the ongoing business of the society as well as enjoy working in an exciting environment alongside other members. Joining also shows support for the growing chorus of voices calling for immediate rail service on Vancouver Island and helps send a powerful message to our Provincial government to take immediate action.
To join the VITCC, you must:
agree to support the terms of the VITCC Constitution; and
pay a $25.00 annual fee; and
agree to and abide by the terms of the VITCC Anti-discrimination/Anti-harassment Policy
You have 1 of 3 options.
Use the Membership Form below (most popular)
Send an E-Transfer below (instructions here)
Mail your membership fee cheque (details here)
Note: For prospective or renewing members please view this notice below.
Send an e-Transfer
Step 1. In your online banking, select "Send e-Transfer" and input the membership fee amount of $25
Step 2. Make the recipient email receiving those funds as email@example.com
Step 3. Send funds and proceed to the next step by clicking the button below
Mail a Cheque
Mail your membership fee as a cheque to the address below:
P.O. Box 33074
V9B 6K3, Canada
Notes For Prospective Members
We also recognize that we live on unceded First Nations territories and the Island Rail Corridor has historically operated within that territory. The VITCC will not tolerate any disparaging or any other type of rhetoric that does not provide the respect of First Nations and Indigenous peoples. We are morally opposed to all forms of racism. This is absolutely non-negotiable.
Notes For Renewing Members
To renew your membership, please use the same process described herein. If you are renewing, we will detect it and your membership will not lapse.
COVID NOTICE: If you attend meetings in person, social-distancing, RVSPs, masks, and gloves are mandatory, OR observing the current advice and guidelines of our Provincial and Federal health experts. An RSVP must be sent prior to the date of the meeting to allow organizers to ensure everyone is safe within the venue and to ensure any meeting venue can handle the number of members expected. As of September 2020, we have ceased in-person meetings due to the rise of COVID-19 on Vancouver Island. We expect to return to in-person meetings once the BC Health Ministry recommends it is safe to do so.
We respect First Nations' rights and will always work with other groups to have a conversation. There is a famous proverb from the First Nations that we adhere to.
"Listen or your tongue will make you deaf"
Let us all put our minds together and make a better future for our children.