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Community Breakfast Conversations on Natural Resources aims to bring together residents with diverse views, values, interests and priorities

Starting on October 23, Resource Works is heading out to eight Lower Mainland communities to speak with community members about their perspectives on the resource sector.

Community Breakfast Conversations on Natural Resources bring together residents with diverse views of the natural resource sector to develop a shared understanding of the industry in your community through dialogue. 

This dialogue is based on a notion we call "Higher Ground," with a focus on identifying shared values, interests and priorities. By discussing our shared values, we hope to support an inclusive and productive conversation on future resource development.

We encourage the support of citizens who believe the time has come for a better conversation on natural resources in British Columbia, and who want to be part of the solution.

 

Join us in:

  • Vancouver, October 23
  • Richmond, October 24
  • Tri-Cities (Coquitlam), October 27
  • North Vancouver, October 28
  • Surrey, October 29
  • Squamish, October 31
  • Burnaby, November 3
  • Tri-Cities (Port Coquitlam), November 4

Each event will take place between 8:00-9:45 am with optional one-on-one Q&A session with Resource Works staff. 

All events are free and include a complimentary breakfast. Limited space available so sign up now by clicking HERE.

In December, we will be sharing what we learned from these conversations.

For more information, email Anja Novak

Community Impacts:

Click here to download our latest research on community impacts of BC's natural resource sector.

 

 

 

  * Please note that these events are not meant to support or oppose a particular view of the natural resource sector or to express support or opposition for a specific project. We welcome the participation of municipal candidates. They are encouraged to share their values and priorities and contribute to the conversation in a constructive manner. However, this is not a venue to distribute campaign materials.


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