There were plenty of provincial issues being discussed including health, culture, LNG, transportation and agriculture.
“You would think when you have issues such as health care, the health minister would be in attendance” Christensen said. “..No agricultural minister, no transportation minister”
The NCLGA says their goal is working “to connect communities, identify common challenges and facilitate positive change.”
Despite the lack of provincial ministers, all 32 resolutions that came to the floor passed.
Christensen is proud of the community members and city leaders who took the time to help organize and participate in the NCLGA conference.
Christensen also recognized other communities who committed significant time to the organization, including the District of Taylor and Hudson Hope. He also thanked Progress Energy for hosting an energy literacy tour.