Report: Learning from Smart Services and Infrastructure in Rural B.C.
This report examines the best practices and key issues that must be considered by rural stakeholders and senior governments who wish to strengthen smart service and infrastructure projects in British Columbia.
The research explored multi-purpose or colocation initiatives, service co-operatives, and multi-service or one-stop shop organizations. There were a series of best practices and key messages that emerged from this research that can be used to inform supportive policies and investments to support the renewal of small communities in order to better position them to respond to the challenges and opportunities associated with the new rural economy.
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