Economic, Social, and Civic Opportunities for All: Vibrant Abbotsford
Anne Makhoul, Deirdre Goudriaan, Bill Beatty and Mabel Jean Rawlins,
Rapid population growth, lower than average high school graduation rates and more diversity made it imperative for organizers in Abbotsford, BC, to find a way to address issues of concern. This paper describes the framework Vibrant Abbotsford partners will use to strengthen their community’s social fabric and build a thriving community.
ISBN - 1-55382-373-7
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