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In this interview recorded at the at the 2015 UBCM Convention, local leaders including Josie Osborne (Mayor of Tofino), Jeremy Loveday (Victoria City Council),  Leslie Groulx (CAO of Clearwater), Michelle Staples (Duncan City Council), Barbara Dejardins (Mayor of Esquimalt), Colin Basran (Mayor of Kelowna) and many others weigh in on the ways in which local government is uniquely well positioned to collaborate on building healthy communities.  

In this interview recorded at the 2015 UBCM Convention, Chief Administrative Officer Leslie Groulx from the District of Clearwater speaks about the community's recent road cross-section bylaw that encourages a focus on "not just moving cars back and forth, but moving people:  scooters, walkers, bikers, parents pushing strollers."  Partners in the project included the Interior Health Authority

In this interview recorded at the 2013 UBCM Convention, the current Mayor of the City of Victoria, Lisa Helps, speaks about the ways in which citizen engagement and local collaboration contribute to community planning, and support health and well-being in the City of Victoria. Helps was a City Councillor at the time of the recording.

Planning for health and well-being in the community is a decades-long practice for the City of Richmond. In this interview recorded at the 2013 UBCM Convention, Councillor Harold Steves speaks about the importance of local collaboration for sustainability planning.

In this interview recorded at the 2013 UBCM Convention, Emanuel Machado, chief administrative officer, speaks about how the Town of Gibsons aligned community and council objectives and planning documents to create a sustainability framework which includes community well-being as a goal.

The District of Hope received a Healthy Communities Capacity Building Grant to hold a Healthy Communities Committee Mobilization Day for the Hope area.

The Active Travel to School Comox Valley initiative is an example of collaborative local action with far-reaching benefits to health and well-being in the community.

Written and produced for PlanH by BC Healthy Communities Society, Healthy Families BC, and Julie Gordon.

Written and produced for PlanH by BC Healthy Communities Society, Healthy Families BC, and Julie Gordon.

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