Community Consultation Invited Stakeholders

February 19, 2013

PHCC Stakeholder Groups

Allison Lake Community Association

Area G Regional Director (RDOS)

Area H Regional Director (RDOS)

BC Health Coalition

BC Lung Association

Canadian Red Cross Services

Cattlemen’s Association

Chamber of Commerce

Citizens on Patrol

Coalmont Community Association

CoGen Pellet Plant

Community Services Society

Copper Mountain Mine

Crisis Assistance Society

Eastgate Community Association

Elementary School Principal

Elks Club

Emergency Response Services (ambulance)

Erris Community Association

Fellowhip Baptist Church

Ground Search and Rescue

Hayes Creek Firefighters

High School Principal

High School Students

Hospital Auxiliary

Hospice Society

Legion

Lions Club

Living Waters Four Square Church

Member of the Legislative Assembly

Member of Parliament

Missezula Lake Community Association

Old Age Pensioners Organziation

Osprey Lake Ratepayers Association

Pentecostal Tabernacle

Princeton Community Arts Council

Princeton Family Services

Princeton Fire Department

Princeton Mayor and Council

Princeton Post and Rail

Princeton Recreation

Princeton Skills Centre

Princeton Social Services

Princeton Teacher’s Union

Public Health Office

RCMP, Princeton Detachment

RDOS Board Chair

Ridgewood Lodge

Rotary

Rural Health Services Research Network of BC

Save Our Similkameen (SOS)

School Board (S.D. #58)

Senior Citizens Branch #30

Similkameen Valley Planning Society (SVPS)

South Okanagan Similkameen Medical Foundation

St. Paul’s United Church

St. Peter’s Catholic Church

Tulameen Community Club

Upper Similkameen Band

Vermilion Trails Society

Weyerhaueser

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