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Vital Signs survey available to public

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The Community Foundation of Northwestern Alberta wants to know what you think of your community. The Vital Signs survey is now available which looks at the quality of life in the city, county, and this year the MD of Greenview has been added. CEO Tracey Vavrek says they compile the information to give these areas a check up.

“When we release the report on October 3rd, it is a document, we start to see conversations happen. We may see alliances and partnerships between government and charities. We may see businesses come forward and say “we want to help in this area””

She says things like safety programs and better lighting at the Grande Prairie Regional College have been the outcome from information received.

She adds that it is an excellent way for the community to engage in what they would like to see. Anyone over the age of 15 able to take part.

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“If gives an opportunity for our citizens to have a voice and bring forward their opinions. It gives them the chance to voice what they really think about our community.”

There are 11 key areas that the survey covers. It is available until mid-June 2017 on the CFNA website. The results from the survey is released on October 3rd, 2017 at 7:30 a.m. at the Centre 2000. The information is released at the same time at other Community Foundations across Canada.

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