The Western Arctic Conservative Association (WACA) was recognized on the national stage recently for its efforts in building a superior Electoral District Association (EDA) website.
The WACA site – nwtconservativeparty.ca – was among the top four out of the 1,307 EDA websites judged by Samara, a well-respected non-partisan think tank focused on democratic education and engagement.
“We’re extremely proud of our website and to be honoured in this way is really the icing on the cake,” said Ray Decorby, Western Arctic Conservative Association President. “Our vision was to build an online presence that not only gives people the basic information about who we are and what we stand for, but also looks to engage members in the democratic process.”
WACA has no intention of resting on its laurels in terms of its award-winning website.
“We’re already looking toward the next redesign of our site,” said Decorby. “In the online world you either stay fresh or you end up forgotten, it’s as simple as that.”
For more information on this Samara initiative, the following link leads to a summary of its overall EDA website review, click here.