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Dannielle Alan

Area H 

 

Regional District of Fraser Fort George

My Vision

 

I see a valley filled with small business and opportunities.

I see a series of communities, diverse and independent, who will work together on a common goal.

 

Communities are built by the people who live in them, and the people who choose to live in the Robson/Canoe Valley are some of the smartest, most innovative and most determined I have met.

We can attract business and investment.

We can build a land use plan that is innovative and forward thinking. 

We can attract people and families to our communities.

We are resilient, we can handle whatever comes our way, good or bad.

Outside solutions are not  the answer. The solutions will come from us, brick by brick.

 

I see thriving farmers markets and people coming from everywhere to buy Robson Valley grown.

 

I  see people of all ages working and playing in our community gardens, strolling our walkways, biking down our mountains, and enjoying the way of life that they helped create.  

 

I  see people working and sustaining themselves doing things that they enjoy and are passionate about.

 

I see community - thriving and alive.

 

I cannot predict what the road ahead looks like, all I know is that hard work and effort can make amazing things happen.

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We still have work to do

We need to continue to attract valley friendly industry and investment into our area, growing our employment diversity and building on the strengths of each community and each area in our shared region.


We have to attract people to work here, live here and raise their families here.


We need to be able give our children the tools and education to go out into the world, learn new things and the economic opportunities to come back to with new skills and new ideas.


We need to support our seniors so that they can be active participants and stay in our communities.


To do this, we have to have the kind of communities that people want to live in. vibrant, diverse, offering a healthy lifestyle and varied recreational opportunities.


We have the tools and the resources to make this happen.


Our community forests are an enormous asset and our farmers, ranchers, railroad and forestry workers give us strength.


Tourism is an important economic driver and we are supporting new opportunities in this growing industry.


We are constantly advocating for and supporting high speed internet initiatives so that we can attract more people whose businesses rely on that access.


We are working on affordable housing, supportive and assisted living and we are working to bridge the economic gap by making sure that all families have access to affordable childcare and educational opportunities.


We are supporting the people and groups that are building our communities.


When I was first elected, I was told that this job could be as small or as big as I wanted to make it.

I took that as a challenge – and I am still up for that challenge.



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