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    The PRRD Continues to Advocate for Caribou Recovery Plan Community Consultations

    The Peace River Regional District continues to advocate for an open conversation between the public and the Province regarding the status of the discussions about caribou recovery.

    In a letter to Chair Brad Sperling, Minister George Heyman confirmed that the government is committed to advancing caribou recovery, while seeking to provide for the best interests of British Columbians. He noted that to help this iconic species recover, there needs to be a collaborative approach that works for everyone, and that as the Provincial Government moves forward with caribou recovery, BC will be looking at the impacts of all land uses.

    Since the meeting in Prince George with the Province, Chair Sperling has continued to be in contact with the province as they work with the Federal government to roll out the consultation to the region. Chair Sperling has requested that a minimum of three public consultations be held in the region. He would like to see meetings held in Chetwynd, Dawson Creek and Fort St. John.

    Full Media release here: 2019-15-2019 Caribou Press release

    Feye Water Tank Loader Station Closed February 19th

    The Feye Water Tank loader station will be closed on February 19, 2019, as BC Hydro will be performing maintenance on the system that day. 
    The site will re-open on February 20, 2019.

    Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

    Waste-Free Valentine’s Gifts

    Valentine’s Day is just around the corner!  Are you needing a last minute gift idea?  Well, we got you covered with some last minute ideas that are also waste conscious!


    Review of 9-1-1 Call Connection Delay January 8, 2019, Concluded

    February 1, 2019- At the request of the Peace River Regional District and North Island 9-1-1, E-Comm (9-1-1 answer point for the Peace River Regional District) has provided the following information after a report of a 9-1-1 call connection delay on January 8, 2019.

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    The Peace River Regional District met with Provincial Government Representatives

    Representatives from the PRRD and Concerned Citizens for Caribou Recovery met with the Provincial Ministers of Environment and Forests and Lands on January 23 at the BC Natural Resources Forum

    The meeting concluded with a commitment from the Province to initiate public and stakeholder engagement in early February on the draft Partnership Agreement to recover caribou in the Peace region. As part of the engagement the Province committed to sharing data and analyses on potential impacts of the Agreement and made a commitment to work with the PRRD on the evaluating impacts of the Agreement on Peace communities. The Agreement will not be finalized until engagement is complete and potential impacts on communities and workers are understood.

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