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CBT’s Role

CBT’s primary role with respect to the CRT is to act as an information resource for Basin residents and local governments. More »

 

 
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Columbia Basin Trust's primary role with respect to the Columbia River Treaty is to be an information resource for Basin residents and local governments. The Trust has hosted many public information sessions designed to:

  1. Raise awareness and understanding of the CRT past, present and future; and
  2. Develop the capacity of Basin residents to engage in discussions related to the CRT review.

Summaries of these information sessions, as well as videos that capture input from Basin residents are available.


The Trust, in partnership with the CRT Local Governments’ Committee, hosted face-to-face community information sessions across the Basin as well as a CRT conference for Basin youth. Several small group presentations and online information sessions were also held.

2011
2012
Location
Date
Location
Date
June 28
February 21
October 4
February 29
October 6
Jaffray
May 29
October 19
Creston
May 30
October 20
Nakusp
June 5
November 7
Castlegar
June 6
November 8
Valemount
June 13
November 14
Golden
June 19
November 15
Revelstoke
June 20
November 28
November 29
November 30

Province and Local Governments Host 2013 Workshops

The Local Government's Committee and the Provincial CRT Review Team held public workshops in November to seek local input on the future of the CRT.

Read the November 2013 Public Consultation Report.

The Province also issued a Final Provincial Consultation Report in March 2014.

Columbia Basin Trust supports efforts by the people of the Basin to create a legacy of social, economic
and environmental well-being and to achieve greater self-sufficiency for present and future generations.
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