Last-minute reminder for 12-24 year olds: tonight (Thu 8 March) at 5pm there’s an opportunity to learn more about, and give feedback on, ECan’s Long Term Plan. (If you use the 107 and 108 bus routes in the Papanui area, this is one way to communicate to ECan how you will be impacted by the proposed discontinuation of those services.) Have your say about the future of Canterbury!
For free food, great networking, and the opportunity to learn something new, come along to Kai + Consultation; a chance for you to be up with how you can shape the future of Canterbury!
This event is for ages 12-24
The Environment Canterbury Regional Council sets Long Term Plans (LTP) to set out a 10-year budget that includes building and renewing key infrastructure. In order for the youth voice to be heard, we’re holding Kai + Consultation, making the process easier for everyone who attends!
The Environment Canterbury Youth Engagement Team is working to equip tomorrow’s citizens to support a sustainable region.
The Christchurch Youth Council are a voice for the youth of Christchurch, wanting Christchurch to be the best city it can be, and for youth to be involved in making that happen.
For more info on Kai + Consultation, contact:
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