[BCMA] Local government 101 questions?

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Tue Aug 9 11:14:00 PDT 2022

Province-wide local government elections are being held on October 15, 2022
in communities across British Columbia. The BCMA, Arts BC, and BC Alliance
for Arts + Culture are working to help our members better understand how
local governments work and the roles they play in our communities so
cultural organizations can be more effective advocates.

If you've ever wondered what a regional district is, what a CAO does, or
how to connect with local government decision-makers, we are collecting
member questions to refine our local government 101 resources.

Share your local government questions here and we will work to answer them
in upcoming local government 101 resources during our joint Advocacy Week,
September 19-23.

*https://forms.gle/SPaCzx294Gz7ezqi9 <https://forms.gle/SPaCzx294Gz7ezqi9>*

All the best,


*Ryan Hunt*
Executive Director
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