Nominate your neighbourhood, host a workshop, join the learning and action table.
This year the Community Social Planning Council celebrated its 75th anniversary – recognizing the work of community leaders who have volunteered and led the Council in its efforts to improve the quality of life of all residents of the Capital region.
This study examines BC's procurement model for community services, together with innovations in other jurisdictions, to arrive at recommendations forthe BC Government to move forward.
Short-term Thinking in Government Community Service Contracting Hurting Service Quality, British Columbia Communities
Presentation slides from Building Resilient Neighbourhoods Workshop #3: Engaging our neighbours.
Neighbourhood Engagement Resources – a starting point
Exploring themes of Poverty Homelessness Food insecurity Addictions & Mental health
Policy Discussion Paper #3: Agriculture Parks Model for the Capital
Policy Discussion Paper #1: Role of Local Government in Promoting Farmlands and Farm Viability
Resilient Neighbourhoods Resources – a starting point. Also included is the Bibliography of sources used to create the Guide and Manual.