Survey takes the pulse of the Shuswap

The Shuswap Community Foundation is inviting residents of the Shuswap region to have their voices heard.

As part of the Vital Signs report, the foundation is seeking valued input from local residents on an array of questions that will help grade and define the most important issues faced in our region.

This survey offers everyone the opportunity to contribute to the future of the Shuswap as a place to live, learn, work and grow.

Three questions to keep in mind as you respond to the survey are:

• When you picture a healthy, connected community, what stands out?

• What is the community doing well? What is working? What do you love about thecommunity?

• Where are the opportunities for improvement?

In addition to detailed statistical analysis and data-mining by a lead researcher, this report will provide a subjective sense of the community’s vitality as it relates to 10 key issue areas.

The deadline for completion is June 30.

For further information or to answer any questions you may have, contact the Shuswap Community Foundation office at 250-832-5428 or email Website:


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