Three opportunities to provide input into the future of Prince George:
“We are also gathering information on the needs and desires of the people using the parks in the Region – through public sessions in Prince George, MacKenzie and McBride-Valemount, a public survey, contact with a variety of stakeholders and through the RDFFG website. Stakeholders include government agencies, First Nations, heritage, tourism, education, recreation and nature organizations, and community associations.”
“To improve the quality of life in its region, the province, and beyond, by attaining the highest standards of undergraduate and graduate teaching, learning, and research. UNBC is committed to serving a vast region by building partnerships and by being innovative, resourceful, and responsive to student and community needs. “
“myPG is the first community sustainability plan for Prince George – a broad, long-term plan developed and carried out by the whole community.
What will my PG look like in the future? What changes would I most like to see in my community? Your responses will help to shape our community.”
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