Province Seeks Public Input on Economic Recovery

On June 17, the Province of British Columbia announced a new consultation process for BC residents to voice their ideas on how the Province should allocate monies set aside for recovery.

The province released a paper explaining the consultation process, called “Building B.C.’s Recovery, Together: Share Your Ideas.”

Download “Building BC’s Recovery, Together”

There are three main ways for people to share their ideas, experiences, and priorities:

A) Online Survey – the fastest and easiest way to provide advice and answers to important questions. Complete the survey at: feedback.engage.gov.bc.ca/317781

B) Email – Submit a response to the paper “Building B.C.’s Recovery, Together: Share Your Ideas.” Ideas and responses can be submitted to: recoveryideas@gov.bc.ca

C) Virtual Town Halls – Participate in virtual town halls. British Columbians can learn more about the virtual town halls here: gov.bc.ca/recoveryideas

Learn more at: news.gov.bc.ca/releases/2020PREM0033-001082

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