Arts & Culture
Arts & culture play an outsize role in many rural and First Nations communities in British Columbia, and across Canada.
Agriculture is obviously hugely important. It’s also complicated. Food security. Healthy eating.
Asset Based Community Development
Asset-Based Community Development — ABCD — is a place-based community development framework.
Economic development looms as the most significant challenge for many rural communities and First Nations.
First Nations/Local Government Partnerships
Highlighting successful First Nation economic collaboration with non-Native partners.
Housing & CLTs
Affordable, place-appropriate housing is one of the most vexing challenges facing rural, remote, and First Nations.
Crumbling, inadequate infrastructure is a pressing issue for many rural communities and First Nations.
Finding investment capital is a serious issue for many rural communities. Solutions may lie closer to home than we think...
Rural revitalization is a major challenge for many rural regions and communities across BC – as populations are both ageing and shrinking.
Many rural communities are experiencing an increasingly ageing population. This carries with it a range of challenges...
Many rural communities struggle to retain their young people and find it equally challenging to attract young newcomers.
In small communities, a lack of capacity can be a significant challenge, in particular in cases where there is an absence of empirical data
The FCM noted that “broadband Internet access has become fundamental to modern life, and has the power to transform rural Canada.
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