Lajoie Lake Residents Association

The Lajoie Lake Residents Association became a Committee of the Bridge River Valley Community Association June 2021.

The Lajoie Lake Residents Association (LLRA) was formed out of a concern and a perception that Lajoie Lake was undergoing deleterious biological changes. The property owners on Lajoie Lake banded together with the objective of seeking a better understanding of these problems and then under-taking science-based remedies to restore the lake to a healthy, self-sustaining, natural state.

The Lajoie Lake Residents Association seeks to restore Lajoie Lake to a healthy, ecologically-balanced state for the benefit of all British Columbians and visitors.
This will include, but is not limited to:

  • Seeing fish stocks return to healthy numbers and sizes
  • Ensuring the plant life of the lake is ecologically balanced
  • Seeking solutions to the on-going problem to the lake’s outlet

This will be achieved by:

  • Relying on scientific expertise to guide us to the lake’s rehabilitation
  • Working with various government ministries to ensure that the public interest is served
  • Maintaining our long-standing association with the Gun Lake Ratepayers Association

Executive Committee 2021/22:
Norman Gladstone, Chair
Dale Hull, Treasurer
Troy Van Loon, Director

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