Resource Management

Resource Management

Resources present substantial economic opportunities for the region as they generate income, employment, and export opportunities.

A regional approach to resource management protects resource-related lands. A regional approach to resource management creates consistency and fairness, reduces friction between homeowners and agricultural/industrial operations, helps reduce fragmentation and conversion of prime agricultural lands, and supports economic growth and investment. Plan20-50 will advance efforts to preserve economic development resources.

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Chiefs, mayors & reeves are working to make sure their communities are safe, inclusive & accessible for today & the future. We only have one planet & each resource on this planet is precious & shouldn’t be wasted. Let’s work together. #CollaborativeLeadershipInitiative https://t.co/zKylLBvIzH
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Getting everyone on the same page is critical to our region. Today the WG is joined by experts @pthomatoronto @urbmetrics and Tom McCormack to set the first steps towards shared population & employment projections. @colleen_sklar @Min_E_Clarke @InterlakePC @CliffCullenMLA https://t.co/zzGxN2tzXi
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Today marks the first meeting of the Draft Plan20-50 Population and Employment Working Group - representing municipal, business and industry leaders from across our growing region. @colleen_sklar @Min_E_Clarke @CliffCullenMLA @MinJonReyes @pthomatoronto https://t.co/RnYqgtAKWF

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