Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Redesign Prince Rupert presentation ahead for Council tonight

Tonight's return to the Council chambers for the city's council members will feature a presentation on the city's Redesign Prince Rupert initiative, with Ms. Krystin St. Jean, a Senior Facilitator of the Community Development Institute of UNBC on the Agenda set to provide a look at some of their work this far and perhaps provide a preview of an upcoming local engagement session.

The organization has plans for a community session later this month as they invite residents to what is billed at a Redesign Rupert Recharge, planned for October 22nd in the Auditorium of the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM, where participants can stop in and help to shape the Prince Rupert they want to see.

Along with the discussion on how the city should look, you can take advantage of a pancake breakfast and maybe win some Door prizes, there will also be some activities for youngsters as well during the three hour event.

You can learn more about the work of Redesign Prince Rupert in the community from their website which offers up some background on the process to this point, as well as a range of resources related to the Community Development Institute.

The Redesign Rupert initiative laso has a Facebook page available for updates on current notes from their program.

The presentation to Council this evening will take place during the early portion of the Council session set to start at 7 PM, a live stream of the council proceedings is available through the City website.

A preview of the remainder of the City Council session for tonight is available here.

For more items related to City Council discussions see our archive page here.

Some of our background items related to the work of Redesign Prince Rupert can be found here.

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