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This report discusses the results of a community needs assessment, undertaken to identify challenges and weaknesses that may act as barriers to newcomers and immigrants and to provide information that will help local communities and stakeholders work towards more welcoming and inclusive...Read more

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2017-02-20

We want to make sure that Sparwood is a community where older people can age actively, live in security, enjoy good health and participate fully in society. An Age-Friendly Community Plan will help ensure that Sparwood remains an attractive place to live with features that not only benefit...Read more

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2017-02-20

Early in 2009, the City of Revelstoke obtained an SHSI Age-Friendly Community Planning Grant to assist the community to address two challenges: firstly, to ensure the new OCP is age-friendly and secondly, to consolidate and supplement previous planning initiatives to focus on the aging...Read more

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2017-02-20

In order to determine the priorities and needs of the growing senior population, the Osprey Community Foundation conducted a survey of those aged 55 and older living in Nelson, RDCK Area E1 , and RDCK Area F2 . The World Health Organization’s Age-Friendly Community Initiative was applied as a...Read more

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2017-02-20

In order to determine the priorities and needs of the growing senior population, the Osprey Community Foundation conducted a survey of those aged 55 and older living in Nelson, RDCK Area E1 , and RDCK Area F2 . The World Health Organization’s Age-Friendly Community Initiative was applied as a...Read more

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2017-02-20

Mapping where connectivity exists in B.C. helps to track the progress of BC's goal of 100% of residents having access to high-speed internet by the end of 2021. So far, 95% of B.C. residents have access to high-speed internet services. The Network BC Connectivity Map displays where in the...Read more

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2017-02-20

By the 2050s, there are substantial projected decreases in spring snowfall, and a decrease in heating degree days. Along with these changes, an increase in
frost-free days and growing degree days is indicated. Changes to the overall climate of the region can result in a variety of...Read more

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2017-02-20

By the 2050s, there are substantial projected decreases in spring snowfall, and a decrease in heating degree days. Along with these changes, an increase in
frost-free days and growing degree days is indicated. Changes to the overall climate of the region can result in a variety of...Read more

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2017-02-20

By the 2050s, there are substantial projected decreases in spring snowfall, and a decrease in heating degree days. Along with these changes, an increase in
frost-free days and growing degree days is indicated. Changes to the overall climate of the region can result in a variety of...Read more

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2017-02-20

Climate change impacts do not affect every region of BC in the same way. The Plan2Adapt tool generates maps, plots, and data describing future climate conditions for regions throughout British Columbia. It is designed to help you assess climate change in your region based on a standard set of...Read more

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2017-02-20

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