On February 22, 2020 more than 125 people from community-based organizations across the city came together to plan ways to influence the shape of the Official Plan and a pending Council decision on the urban boundary. This post contains the flip-chart summaries of actions and campaigns for Just Healthy Neighbourhoods.
Ottawa Climate Solutions Forum Welcomes You
Welcome to the POP Forum, where like-minded folks are co-constructing a People's Official Plan to make Ottawa a sustainable city that is caring, creatively engaged and prosperous. We invite City Officials (Staff, Councillors and the Mayor) to engage with us in a conversation on the public policy priorities outlined on this site.
To comment, go to the Log In (upper right corner) and Sign Up. If you want to contribute posts of your own, write to the POP Contact email directly or request blogging permissions through one of the POP working group organizations.
You can help shape The People's Official Plan for Ottawa's Climate Emergency (POP).