Community Stories

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Partnerships have resulted in strong community engagement and increased physical activity in the District of Kitimat. The District of Kitimat and Northern Health signed the Active Living, Health and Wellness Protocol in 2008 to formalize a long-standing, mutually beneficial relationship, and the rewards to the community keep coming.

The District of Saanich combined global-scale perspectives and local-level partnerships to create the conditions for healthy, active aging in the municipality.

 

Since 2007, the City of Coquitlam has taken action to incorporate a cultural diversity lens to the day-to-day practices of the city organization.

Burns Lake’s Active Transportation Plan capitalizes on community qualities and tourism potential.

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By updating their Parks and Public Spaces Bylaw to make parks smoke-free, the City of Kelowna joins a growing list of B.C. municipalities that have eliminated or restricted smoking in parks and on beaches.

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The Sunshine Coast Regional District (SCRD) achieved a milestone in the Federation of Canadian Municipalities’ Partners for Climate Protection Program with Corporate Emissions and Community Energy Emissions Plans, and took a unified approach to sustainability.

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