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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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Celebrating our community builders

Updated: Oct 12, 2018

From building a playground in Dome Creek and a museum in Dunster to creating programs for kids in Valemount, refurbishing the community hall in Tete Jaune, and creating the new library/museum in McBride, community members are working hard with few resources.


We have volunteers building hiking, biking, skiing and horseback trails, campsites and cabins for all to enjoy.


We have people working with seniors, finding ways to provide at home care and bring assisted living into our community, others finding solutions to our affordable housing challenges.


We have dedicated people working to create childcare spaces and tireless advocates who have worked to promote mental health and accessibility for people of all abilities.


We have people of faith working to build our communities with kindness and compassion.


Community members are helping lost and abandoned pets, working with children, being role models, creating opportunities and inspiring others with their passion.


Through my years as a community volunteer and as Area H Director, I have found that by working with people to find common solutions and approaching issues in a positive and collaborative way, together we can make great things happen.



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