Have Your Say
The Cape Breton Partnership is creating an open dialogue about the issues and concerns of Cape Breton's next generation of business and community leaders.
Everything you see on NextGen starts with someone in the Cape Breton community. The posts here are not edited or fact-checked but they will be screened before they post. NextGen's administrators will check out some of the most compelling, important and urgent topics of conversation and, once they're cleared use, make them a part of NextGen's newsletter and stakeholder communications.
Together, NextGen and the youth of our community will paint a more complete picture of Cape Breton Island. The Cape Breton Partnership would love for you to join the conversation. Jump in, tell your story and see how it connects with someone in another community on the island. Site administrators will be posting questions and polls to get you started.
The Partnership wants to hear your thoughts on what it's like for 16 - 45 year-olds living in Cape Breton. What are some of the good experiences and benefits? What are some of the barriers and challenges you face? Discuss.
Please be polite and confine your comments to the subject of the posted topic. Comments will be moderated before posting. Read more about the forum's community guidelines HERE.
Your comment will be posted after it is approved.
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