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How did community representatives score your community on each of the Global Goals?

Roundtable meeting participants also identified key issues in their communities.

Issues in Your Community

Over 430 civil society representatives scored their own communities on each of the Global Goals and identified key issues within their communities.

2. Key issues in 19 communities were identified at BC2030 roundtables

Castlegar

Mayor: Lawrence ChernoffPopulation: 7,816 (2011)Electoral District: Kootenay WestKey Industries: forestry, mining, tourism

Key Issues

Forestry & resource conservationAir quality, clean & affordable energyHealthCity planning

Details on Key Issues:

Air quality, clean & affordable energy (SDG 7): Factors include high hydro rates and wood stoves.

Health (SDG 3): Related to a lack of doctors and declining health facilities.

City planning (SDG 11): Related to clean water & sanitation, poverty, mental health.

Recommendations from Roundtable Event:

Castlegar community feels a need to approach local politicians outside of formal candidates meetings.

Addressing issues before they become issues is key, and bringing groups together to resolve issues is important.

Divisive “hot button” issues will bring the community together, but might put politicians on the defensive. This may prevent long lasting political buy-in.

Roundtable Results

These results are derived from focus group meetings with key civil society groups in each community.
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3. Roundtable participants scored their communities on all 17 SDGs

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SDG 17

2. Key issues in 19 communities were identified at BC2030 roundtables

Comox Valley

Mayor: - Population: 13,627 (2011)Electoral District: Comox ValleyKey Industries: Coal, Logging, Fishing, and Agriculture

Key Issues

Clean water and SanitationSustainable economic growthSustainable communitiesConservation of marine and aquatic life

Details on Key Issues:

Clean water and sanitation (SDG 6): Pertains to salmon, tourism, and drinking water

Decent work and economic growth (SDG 8): Problems of income and job instability caused by the decline in full-time work and the rise of contract work leading to growing inequality and a widening gap between the realities of those who hold public sector jobs/other stable jobs and those living on low-wage contract work such as the retail business.

Sustainable communities (SDG 11): Affordable housing and accessible transport.

Conserving and sustainably using life below water (SDG 14): Declining health of salmon, acidification of seawater and its effects on shellfish, impact of declining salmon populations on First Nations and their relationship the natural environment.

Roundtable Results

These results are derived from focus group meetings with key civil society groups in each community.
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3. Roundtable participants scored their communities on all 17 SDGs

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SDG 17

2. Key issues in 19 communities were identified at BC2030 roundtables

Cranbrook

Mayor: Lee PrattPopulation: 20,047 (2016)Electoral District: Kootenay EastKey Industries: forestry, agriculture, mining, manufacturing, technology, health

Key Issues

Affordable Housing & Cost of livingCity Planning InequalityInnovative Economic Development

Recommendations from Roundtable Event:

Political engagement through smaller and more intimate group discussion as well as possibly a youth focused candidates meeting.

Roundtable Results

These results are derived from focus group meetings with key civil society groups in each community.
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3. Roundtable participants scored their communities on all 17 SDGs

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2. Key issues in 19 communities were identified at BC2030 roundtables

Kamloops

Mayor: Peter MilobarPopulation: 90,280 (2016)Electoral District: Kamloops-South ThompsonKey Industries: forestry, mining, tourism

Key Issues

Climate ChangeSustainable EnergyEnergy & Sustainable cities and Community Ajax Mining

Recommendations from Roundtable Event:

There is a need for political engagement through non-partisan candidate meetings, questionnaires on the Global Goals and encouraging more intimate discussions with political candidates

Roundtable Results

These results are derived from focus group meetings with key civil society groups in each community.
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3. Roundtable participants scored their communities on all 17 SDGs

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2. Key issues in 19 communities were identified at BC2030 roundtables

Kelowna

Mayor: Colin BasranPopulation: 7,816 (2011)Electoral District: Kelowna WestKey Industries: Mining, Horticulture, Tourism, Public Sector, Retail

Key Issues

Cost of livingAffordable housingTransportation and infrastructure

Recommendations from Roundtable Event:

Listening focused candidates meetings were suggested, along with youth meetings with candidates at a high schools and/or universities.

As well, holding panel discussions with candidates on the Global Goals in BC, working with the Mayor’s Youth Forum, and holding smaller coffee shop meetings with individual candidates were all suggested.

Distinguishing between responsibility and accountability is important when it comes to political discussion- a suggestion was made to map out who is responsible and/or accountable for progress on each of the Global Goals.

Creating a fact sheet on the SDGs similar to a community tool kit for holding community discussions was also suggested.

Roundtable Results

These results are derived from focus group meetings with key civil society groups in each community.
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3. Roundtable participants scored their communities on all 17 SDGs

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2. Key issues in 19 communities were identified at BC2030 roundtables

Kitimat

Mayor: Philip GermuthPopulation: 8,335 (2011)Electoral District: SkeenaKey Industries:Aluminum, Hydroelectric, Liquefied natural gas

Key Issues

Economic development and innovationInequalityEffects of climate changeClean and affordable energy

Details on Key Issues:

Economic development and innovation (SDG 8): The former chief of Wet'suwet'en First Nations signed a $2.8 million agreement with the province to support the proposed Coastal GasLink Pipeline, which would supply a proposed LNG export facility in Kitimat. The move drew criticism from First Nations and environmental groups across the province. But some maintain that these projects provide a path out of poverty

Inequality, and cost of living in the community (SDG 10 & SDG 11)

Effects of climate change (SDG 13)

Clean and affordable energy (SDG 7)

Roundtable Results

These results are derived from focus group meetings with key civil society groups in each community.
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3. Roundtable participants scored their communities on all 17 SDGs

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SDG 17

2. Key issues in 19 communities were identified at BC2030 roundtables

Merritt

Mayor: Neil MenardPopulation: 7,189 (2011)Electoral District: Fraser-NicolaKey Industries: Ranching, Farming, Forestry, Transportation and Tourism

Key Issues

Job security & economic growthIndustry, innovation & infrastructure Partnerships for the goals

Details on Key Issues:

Job Security & economic growth (SDG 8): Upcoming plant closure in Merritt will result in the loss of 200+ jobs in the community. The issue of plant closure is the way of involving the "silent majority" in the community to promote discussion around the Global Goals.

Industry, innovation & infrastructure (SDG 9): The upcoming plant closure is an opportunity to discuss the need for innovation and diversification of the economy.

Partnerships for the goals (SDG 17): Organizations in Merritt wanted to find a way to bring together different groups and agencies to discuss the SDGs and how they can collaborate on their work.

Roundtable Results

These results are derived from focus group meetings with key civil society groups in each community.
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3. Roundtable participants scored their communities on all 17 SDGs

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SDG 17

2. Key issues in 19 communities were identified at BC2030 roundtables

Nelson

Mayor: Deb KozakPopulation: 10,230 (2011)Electoral District: Nelson-CrestonKey Industries: High-Tech industry, Education, Tourism, Value-Added Manufacturing and Light industry

Key Issues

InequalitySustainable Communities

Recommendations from Roundtable Event:

Building collaboration is important in order to see how organizations can support and improve each other’s work.

There is a need for education before action. A Selkirk College program was mentioned as an example of a way to engage youth on the SDGs.

It was suggested that Nelson, as a city, can formally endorse the Global Goals and become a "Global Goals Community."

Roundtable Results

These results are derived from focus group meetings with key civil society groups in each community.
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3. Roundtable participants scored their communities on all 17 SDGs

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SDG 16
SDG 17

2. Key issues in 19 communities were identified at BC2030 roundtables

Penticton

Mayor: Andrew JakubeitPopulation: 33,964 (2015)Electoral District: PentictionKey Industries: Manufacturing and Technology, Tourism, Agriculture and Wine Country, Construction, Virtual and Mobile Work.

Key Issues

TransportationAccess to jobs, services and political participationCity planning & urban designClimate change

Recommendations from Roundtable Event:

Small-group candidate meetings and/or workshops were recommended for candidates to connect with their constituents.

There is a need for follow-up and citizen engagement after any candidate meeting to ensure promises and decisions are honoured, including continuous participation in council meetings.

Active citizens and citizen group coalitions is key.

Small towns often fall to the temptation of tax dollars from land developers, which has a negative effect on the efficacy of transportation infrastructure. This would be a suitable topic for a candidates meeting.

There is a sentiment that it is difficult to identify one particular issue that would unite groups in Penticton and that collaboration across sectors was difficult; it was recommended that candidates are asked how they will address the lack of collaboration between groups in Penticton.

Roundtable Results

These results are derived from focus group meetings with key civil society groups in each community.
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3. Roundtable participants scored their communities on all 17 SDGs

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SDG 17

2. Key issues in 19 communities were identified at BC2030 roundtables

Prince George

Mayor: Lyn HallPopulation: 71,973 (2011) Electoral District: Prince George-Valemount and Prince George-MackenzieKey Industries: Construction, Education, Forestry and Pulp& Paper, Manufacturing, Mining, Tourism, Culture and Agriculture

Key Issues

Inequality & povertySustainable infrastructureSustainable economic development

Details on Key Issues:

Inequality, poverty from the housing crisis, homelessness and lack of affordable housing (SDG 10, SDG 1, SDG 11): Visible increasing wealth gap in the community, issues of racism and discrimination against First Nations; 21% of children in Prince George are living in poverty.

Sustainable infrastructure (SDG 9): Old, failing infrastructure. In 2012, the City identified the replacement of aging water mains in downtown Prince George as a key challenge. In November 2016, the downtown area flooded as a consequence of this issue.

Sustainable economic development (SDG 8): The timber industry is on the decline, and the community is therefore looking for innovative approaches to economic development and job creation. The Prince George timber supply area, which represents the largest in the province, is facing a drastic drop in its logging operations. A forecast shows the annual allowable cut decreasing from the current 12.5 million cubic metres available since 2011, to an expected 6.2 million cubic metres in 2020. Before the mountain pine beetle epidemic, it sat at 9.2 million.

Land ecosystems (SDG 15): Impacts from forestry, attempts to create tourism, desire for quality of life and livability in the community/region. The recent Mountain Pine Beetle Epidemic and the increase in wildfires within the Prince George region are both connected to rising temperatures during the winters seasons. As a result of the pine beetle epidemic, the majority of pine forests in and around Prince George have been destroyed, leaving a drastically changed landscape. Prince George is experiencing a large decrease in wood supply. The number of available trees in the 40 to 70 year range is of particular concern. Protesters say taking down trees in the area will, among other factors, destroy core grizzly bear habitat.

Roundtable Results

These results are derived from focus group meetings with key civil society groups in each community.
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3. Roundtable participants scored their communities on all 17 SDGs

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2. Key issues in 19 communities were identified at BC2030 roundtables

Prince Rupert

Mayor: Lee BrainPopulation: 12,508 (2011)Electoral District: SkeenaKey Industries: Fishing Industry, Port, Tourism

Key Issues

Food security and wasteSustainable infrastructure and industrySustainable economic developmentRelationship with First Nations

Details on Key Issues:

Food security and food waste (SDG 2 & SDG 12): 19% of households in Prince Rupert experience food insecurity, 79% of households living in social housing experience food insecurity compared to the BC average of 76%.

Sustainable infrastructure and industry (SDG 9): Prince Rupert is facing a $300 million dollar infrastructure deficit, needed to maintain roads, sidewalks, bridges, water mains, sewers, etc... It is estimated that the total cost of the needed waterworks project, will be approximately $17 million.

Sustainable economic development and decent jobs (SDG 8): The Pacific Gateway Strategy dictates that at least $25 billion in total investment will be required by 2020. Included in this investment are plans to increase road and rail capacity through Prince Rupert. This investment create at least 17,000 additional jobs by 2020. The proposed LNG pipeline could create as many as 3,000 jobs during construction and 400 to 600 full-time positions from operations, as well as additional spin-off jobs and other economic opportunities.

Relationships with First Nations (SDG 16): There has been a lack of communication with First Nations groups to discuss pipeline projects on their lands prior to them being approved. Moreover, in the fall of 2016, a small group of Gitxsan hereditary chiefs secretly signed an agreement with the government approving the Pacific NorthWest LNG Pipeline on behalf of the entire Gitxsan Nation in exchange for millions of dollars.

Roundtable Results

These results are derived from focus group meetings with key civil society groups in each community.
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3. Roundtable participants scored their communities on all 17 SDGs

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SDG 17

2. Key issues in 19 communities were identified at BC2030 roundtables

Revelstoke

Mayor: Mark McKeePopulation: 7,192 (2015)Electoral District: Columbia River-RevelstokeKey Industries: Revelstoke and Mica Dam (hydroelectric), Railroad, Forestry, and Tourism

Key Issues

Affordable HousingClimate ChangeCreation of Decent Jobs

Recommendations from Roundtable Event:

One way of raising awareness of the SDGs with local politicians is to address the links between the Integrated Community Sustainability Plan and the Global Goals.

A great way to approach MLAs is to work with local newspapers in Revelstoke to print candidate responses to our SDG related questionnaires.

Roundtable Results

These results are derived from focus group meetings with key civil society groups in each community.
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3. Roundtable participants scored their communities on all 17 SDGs

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2. Key issues in 19 communities were identified at BC2030 roundtables

Salmon Arm

Mayor: Nancy CooperPopulation: 17,464 (2011)Electoral District: ShuswapKey Industries: Agriculture, Forestry - Logging, Milling and Plywood, Lumber Processing, Machinery, Tourism

Key Issues

FoodEnergy & Water QualityCost of Living& Affordable HousingThe Salmon Run

Recommendations from Roundtable Event:

It was mentioned that there are many sub-cultures within the community and commonality that can unify the community is that citizens love living in Salmon Arm.

Traditional candidate forums are often not well attended in Salmon Arm.

Roundtable Results

These results are derived from focus group meetings with key civil society groups in each community.
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3. Roundtable participants scored their communities on all 17 SDGs

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2. Key issues in 19 communities were identified at BC2030 roundtables

Smithers

Mayor: Taylor BachrachPopulation: 5,404 (2011)Electoral District: Stikine Key Industries: Mining, Agriculture, Forestry and Tourism

Key Issues

Gender inequalityMental healthAir quality

Details on Key Issues:

Gender inequality (SDG 5): Violence against women, unequal pay, the cost of childcare. Numerous cases of missing women and femicides along the highway that connects Smithers and Prince George. The number of victims is estimated to be more than 40.

Mental health (SDG 3): Studies highlight that over two thirds of the homeless population suffer from a mental illness

Air quality (SDG 3 & SDG 12): Higher rates of cancer, tension between air quality and the types of available jobs. There is currently an air quality advisory in Smithers due to high concentration of particulate matter. PM2.5 was at 38mg/m3, while the provincial air quality objective is currently 25mg/m3.

Roundtable Results

These results are derived from focus group meetings with key civil society groups in each community.
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3. Roundtable participants scored their communities on all 17 SDGs

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2. Key issues in 19 communities were identified at BC2030 roundtables

Terrace

Mayor: Carol LeclercPopulation: 11,265 (2016)Electoral District: Terrace within the SkeenaKey Industries: Lumber/Logging, Forestry, Tourism, Mineral developments

Key Issues

Food securitySustainable economic developmentHealthSustainable infrastructure

Details on Key Issues:

Food security (SDG 2): Food prices. With the cost of food being approximately 117% higher in Northern BC, the city of Terrace is currently implementing an Agricultural Area Plan to ensure food security.

Sustainable economic development (SDG 1, SDG 3, SDG 8, SDG 10): Current boom and bust cycles leading to growing cost of living/housing, homelessness, inequality and poverty. The City of Terrace is working with First Nations and other communities to develop a coordinated and diversified economy. As of January 2017, the unemployment rate in Terrace was 10.1% compared to the provincial unemployment rate of 5.2%.

Health (SDG 3): Lack of access to doctors, insufficient health services. The availability and accessibility to health resources in Terrace is significantly lower than the BC average:

  • Physicians per capita: 73 per 100,000 (BC average is 110 per 100,000)
  • Specialists per capita: 73 per 100,000 (BC average is 94 per 100,000)
  • Supplementary practitioners per capita: 73 per 100,000 (BC average is 133 per 100,000)

Sustainable infrastructure (SDG 9): Aging infrastructure without a sufficient tax base. The City has proposed a tax increase of 3% in 2017. The expected revenue is expected to go towards upgrades of community buildings and fund community services.

Roundtable Results

These results are derived from focus group meetings with key civil society groups in each community.
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3. Roundtable participants scored their communities on all 17 SDGs

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2. Key issues in 19 communities were identified at BC2030 roundtables

Vernon

Mayor: Akbal MundPopulation: 40,116 (2016)Electoral District: Vernon-MonasheeKey Industries: Advanced Technology, Film, Aviation, Manufacturing, Tourism, Health.

Key Issues

Water and sanitationAffordable housingHunger, food distribution and sustainable agriculture/Food SystemClimate change

Recommendations from Roundtable Event:

There was a suggestion to adapt the Chamber of Commerce Candidates Meeting, bringing together environmental, social and economic groups to create an unconventional combination of stakeholders in a much larger forum. The centre for performing arts was mentioned as a good possible venue and the local radio station was proposed as a possible forum moderator.

Roundtable Results

These results are derived from focus group meetings with key civil society groups in each community.
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3. Roundtable participants scored their communities on all 17 SDGs

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2. Key issues in 19 communities were identified at BC2030 roundtables

Victoria

Mayor: Lisa HelpsPopulation: 80,017 (2011)Electoral District: Victoria-Beacon HillKey Industries: Tourism, Education, Marine, Construction, Health, Retail, Agriculture, Advanced Technology, Government, and Arts and Culture

Key Issues

PovertySustainable consumption and productionAffordable housing

Details on Key Issues:

Poverty (SDG 1): The need to deal with poverty at all levels, the need for a liveable income, and also the need to address the links between poverty, homelessness and mental health. An estimated 1,387 (2016) individuals are homeless in Victoria. This is an increase compared to 2007 when 1,242 individuals were defined as homeless.

Sustainable consumption and production (SDG 12): It is key that citizens people are willing to reduce consumption but incentives must be implemented. In 2016, Victoria took a step towards a renewable future, by reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 80%. The city's target is to be 100% renewable by 2050.

Affordability, rising living costs and economic justice (SDG 1, SDG 8, SDG 11): Housing prices are expected to rise dramatically throughout 2017, while vacancy rates will remain below 0.6% - one of the lowest in the country.

Roundtable Results

These results are derived from focus group meetings with key civil society groups in each community.
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3. Roundtable participants scored their communities on all 17 SDGs

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2. Key issues in 19 communities were identified at BC2030 roundtables

Williams Lake

Mayor: Walt CobbPopulation: 10,832 (2011)Electoral District: CaribooKey Industries: Mining, Forestry, Tourism and Agriculture.

Key Issues

Gender InequalityInnovation, Industry and InfrastructureCollabroation between CSOs

Recommendations from Roundtable Event:

A need to educate around the Sustainable Development Goals: suggestions for educating around The Goals include meeting with the Teachers Federation and holding a discussion on The Goals with education superintendents. Other suggestions included developing a "presentation kit" that would allow volunteers to teach teachers about the Global Goals as well as develop an education package or kit with ready-made lesson plans, themes, materials and resources.

Advocacy around SDGs: Williams Lake can initiate a dialogue with the Ministry of Education to include The Global Goals in the curriculum as a supplement or addendum to raise awareness among youth. Also, there is a need for discussion with ministers and MLAs. It was mentioned that a community visioning activity had taken place termed Imagine "Williams" Lake which addressed many of the goals but that the new city council had not taken action or moved ahead with this vision.

A need for Collaboration around SDGs: Williams Lake identified several “social vectors”, which were defined as areas where the interests of community members overlap, which were deemed key for community engagement. Participants pointed to the local arts scene which is largely underground but very vibrant. Working with the arts was seen as a key way to build collaboration and engage with the public around the SDGs. Suggestions included a local “Art Walk” that could use the Global Goals as a common theme and would involve local artists.

There is a need for wider networking around SDGs by keeping a summary of roundtable meetings available within the community. BCCIC can help by acting as a gatekeeper for networks by facilitating communication and sharing of information between stakeholders.

Roundtable Results

These results are derived from focus group meetings with key civil society groups in each community.
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3. Roundtable participants scored their communities on all 17 SDGs

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