HE WANTS TO DO WHAT?

Imagine an administration in which all province listening and planning was complete. You are given carte blanche and complete freedom to now propose and implement whatever bold initiatives and fecund ideas that, in your opinion, would be exciting and creative in addressing some of our challenges as a province—aging, vocations, diminishment, Kenya, community life, etc.


Nothing’s holding you back! Stir our imaginations. Share with us one or two of your initiatives/ideas that you’ve been thinking about and would like to see happen, along with how it would work, practically.

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