A community driven newsletter with articles, current events and news updates written by, and for, Lasqueti Island residents. The Lasqueti Local is published monthly and is delivered to resident's mailboxes free of charge.

Donations to keep the newsletter published is gratefully accepted and can be sent to:

Dianna Maycock

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The Lasqueti Island First Name Phone List is a long-standing community tradition.  Updates are issued whenever there are enough changes to warrant a new one, which is usually every two years.  The most recent edition was released in December 2022

Lasqueti Island is part of the qathet Regional District. A regional district is set up to provide different services in different areas according to the needs and desires of each area’s residents and property owners. Only those who receive the service pay for it.

Come enjoy the stunning ocean, forest, and mountain views from this craftsman-built west coast retreat, “The Family Manor”. 

For more information, please see The Family Manor on Airbnb.

Contact us at: ...

 
LINC works to conserve the natural ecosystems of Lasqueti Island and its surrounding islands and waters by facilitating education, stewardship and acquisition of legal interests in land. 
 
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Provides road maintenance services for Lasqueti Island

To report changing road conditions or emergency situations that could cause a hazard to motorists, pedestrians, and cyclists, call:

Toll free 24-hour hotline: 1-877-215-6006.

Peering into Lasqueti's Past

Learn how to say Lasqueti's Coast Salish name: Xwe’etay

The Lasqueti Volunteer Fire Department (LVFD) is staffed by a dedicated crew of volunteers, including:

Matching campaign to complete the new duplex elder cottage: all donations DOUBLED until June 15th!

Wow!  One of our benefactors has stepped up to DOUBLE all donations from now to June 15th, so if you've been waiting for a good time to support this project, it's here.   

Hotel, Pub & Restaurant
Just steps from the ferry and government dock, in downtown Lasqueti.
Cash machine, Ice, Liquor off sales, Cigarettes, Snacks, water vending machine, Coin Operated showers, Gas and Diesel available. General store NOW OPEN
phone:  250-333-8503...

Community notices and contacts concerning our island response to the COVID-19 global pandemic:

The Judith Fisher Centre provides health and wellness services to Lasqueti, and offers comfortable spaces for the community to utilize.


COVID-19 update (updated 10/8/2020): The JFC is OPEN for the weekly nursing clinic, and use by other health professionals, following current provincial...

Welcome to the Home of the LCA's Official Community Plan Review Steering Committee.

Contact us:  ocp [at] lasqueti [dot] ca

See below for our report for the LCA's 2020 AGM

 

I Charter & Tow provides water taxi services between Parksville and Lasqueti Island.

Currently, due to travel restrictions, we are not able to offer our water taxi services

to Laqueti and area.

We apologize for any inconvenience and will be available for service when

Covid restrictions are...

The Free Store is a recycling center for reusable clothing, books and household objects.

Hours

Winter Hours: Thursdays 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Summer: Mondays and Thursdays 1:00 - 5:00 pm  (starting Apr. 1)

The Arts Centre is run by the Community Arts Council whose purpose is to support and encourage all forms of creative expression in the community. There are two spaces, gallery and studio. The gallery is a venue for all forms of art : literary, musical, performance, film...

The LCA was established in 1971 and incorporated as a charitable organization in 1978.   The purpose of the organization is simple: “to promote community development.” An annual general meeting is held in the spring, usually early May. Anyone who either owns property on Lasqueti or has lived here for a...

Naked Naturals is a health food store located in Parksville.  They carry a wide range of natural and organic produce, staples, dairy, and other products.

You can order groceries by phone before 6pm Wednesday, for delivery on the 9:45am Thursday ferry.
A $9.99 shop-and-deliver charge applies per order...