53Economic Development
Economic Development Home
4Assistance For Business
Resources - Business
Business Financing
Wage Subsidy Programs
Business Tax Credit Programs
5Assistance for Non-profit Societies
1Grant Writing Assistance
Request for Assistance Form
3Find a Grant
Local Government Grants
Not for Profit - Community Group Grants
Other Grant Links
1Resources - Non-Profit
GST-HST for non profit organizations
27Regional Information
15Regional Profile
7Electoral Area Information
Electoral Area A, Smithers Rural
Electoral Area B, Burns Lake Rural
Electoral Area C, Fort St James Rural
Electoral Area D, Fraser Lake Rural
Electoral Area E, Francois/Ootsa Rural
Electoral Area F, Vanderhoof Rural
Electoral Area G, Houston Rural
8Municipality Information
Smithers
Telkwa
Houston
Granisle
Burns Lake
Fraser Lake
Fort St James
Vanderhoof
3Demographics
Census Data
Tax Rates
Labour Statistics
4Industry Sectors
Forestry
Mining
Agriculture
Tourism
4Transportation
Road
Rail
Sea
Air
Industrial Land Inventories
Bulkley-Nechako Directory
Community Initiatives
8RDBN Business Events
4RDBN Business Forum
2014 RDBN Business Forum – Fort St James
2012 RDBN Business Forum – Smithers
2011 RDBN Business Forum –Vanderhoof
2010 RDBN Business Forum – Burns Lake
4Start-Up Business Contest
2017 RDBN Start-up Business Contest
2013 RDBN Start-up Business Contest
2012 Start-Up Business Contest
2011 Start-Up Business Contest
4Economic Development Projects
RDBN Image Bank
Regional Skills Gap Analysis
Regional Photo Contest
Action Plan
Economic Development Contacts
Links

 

The Administration Department manages the affairs of the Regional District, which involves working closely with the Regional Board, staff, government agencies, and the general public.  Responsibilities include efficient management of all Regional District and Regional Hospital District resources, ensuring appropriate procedures and programs are in place for efficient delivery of services to the public, greeting and directing visitors, assembling and distributing Board and Committee meeting agendas, preparing meeting minutes, drafting bylaws, conducting elections and referenda, and overseeing labour relations and personnel matters.   

In addition, administration assists in the development, establishment, and operation of local services.  This includes services which benefit specific areas/communities and which are paid for by the ratepayers within these areas.  Some of the services are fire protection, street lighting, library services, cemetery services, community halls, water systems, and the local grants program.

STRATEGIC PRIORITIES 2015-2019


Now
1. Fair Share
2. Legacy Proposal
3. Work Camp Strategy
4. Waste Management Strategy—Board reading/reviewing
5. Internet/Cell Phone Connectivity

Next
6. Diversification Strategy - (Mid-Term Timber Supply)
7. Health Services

Board Advocacy
8. Nechako Watershed
9. Wildfire Mitigation
10. CN Emergency Meeting and Exercise

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