Public Input Received
The following is input and submissions gathered by the commission through public hearings held during April and May 2015. To view previous input received, click here.
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    Anders Lunde, Hope

    - The map puts Hope/other community name back where it belongs--with other rural communities in the Cariboo-Thompson Region.
    - This change will result in more “effective representation” for me and my neighbours by including us with communities with similar realities and interests.
    - I identify with people in other Canyon and southern interior towns more than with the good people of Chilliwack; Chilliwack just doesn't feel like my community.
    -Our “community interests” lie with Fraser-Nicola communities.
    - I live here because of the way of life that's more like that of our northern neighbours than the ever-expanding and urbanizing Lower Mainland.
    - I disagree with the people who call this a big change. Separating Hope from the Fraser Canyon in 2009 was the big change; this sets things right.
    - The changes in your Preliminary Report also fixes the problem that was introduced in 2009 when different Aboriginal communities of the same N’laka pamux Nation were split into multiple districts.
    - The Aboriginal people in the Fraser Canyon and in the Reserves surrounding Hope were not consulted in 2009 when the changes were made to take Hope out of Yale-Lillooet.
    - Now that Hope and Yale have, once again, been re-united with Fraser-Nicola it is important that our historic name “Yale-Lillooet” also be re-instated to this electoral district.

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