Collaborative Governance

Collaborative Governance

Across North America, successful regions have created respect individual municipalities’ autonomy while creating a clear, consistent framework to support the success of all regional members.

Good working relationships are the foundation to incorporate the needs of communities and build a prosperous capital region for all.

Good governance and sound decision-making requires access to good shared data, an environment of trust, and systems for collaboration across all levels of government.

Plan20-50 identifies a framework to establish improved data sharing across the region, simplify the process of creating shared service agreements, improve collaboration between municipalities and Indigenous governments. Governments manage common assets and establish fair and consistent land use planning, servicing, and development processes.

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Chiefs, mayors & reeves are working to make sure their communities are safe, inclusive & accessible for today & the future. We only have one planet & each resource on this planet is precious & shouldn’t be wasted. Let’s work together. #CollaborativeLeadershipInitiative https://t.co/zKylLBvIzH
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Getting everyone on the same page is critical to our region. Today the WG is joined by experts @pthomatoronto @urbmetrics and Tom McCormack to set the first steps towards shared population & employment projections. @colleen_sklar @Min_E_Clarke @InterlakePC @CliffCullenMLA https://t.co/zzGxN2tzXi
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Today marks the first meeting of the Draft Plan20-50 Population and Employment Working Group - representing municipal, business and industry leaders from across our growing region. @colleen_sklar @Min_E_Clarke @CliffCullenMLA @MinJonReyes @pthomatoronto https://t.co/RnYqgtAKWF

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