1. Collaborative Regional Development
Development decisions by individual communities sometimes have regional implications and should be guided by broad and long-range views about the way the region’s communities inter-relate.
2. Transportation & Shared Services
If the capital region is to function effectively as more than the sum of its parts, it will be largely due to the manner in which the provision of services and infrastructure are addressed on a regional scale.
3. Environment & Water Quality
Our future is defined by the quality of the environment. We understand the need to connect decision making to the environment and to link individual, regional and global actions.
4. Economic Development, Marketing & Tourism
The Capital Region is the population centre and the economic engine of the Province. The strength of the region, as it moves into the future, will depend on the ability of its members to find advantage in cooperative, coordinated decision-making, particularly as it relates to the pursuit of economic opportunities.