Decide Our Future – Help Build the Strategic Plan

Strategic Plan

Strategic PlanTHUNDER BAY – Every Thunder Bay morning starts out with promise. The opportunities that each and every morning present each of us are as much as we wish to make them. Each day we decide how we are going to make a difference in our community and region. Our region is one that holds more promise perhaps than any other in Canada.

What is exciting in our community right now is that there is increasingly a new positive spirit taking root. It is very likely that a great deal of the energy is being fueled as the Internet continues to be utilized by a growing number of residents who engage online for positive purposes.

The City of Thunder Bay is using the Internet on an ever increasing level to reach out to the people in our city. From offering online live-streaming of City Council Meetings, to live-stream video of public meetings, there are now more opportunities than ever for you to engage in making a positive contribution to our city’s future. That process is continuing.

This coming week, the City is inviting you to engage in a public meeting on the Strategic Plan.

A good starting point for the truly engaged citizen is, of course reviewing what is currently in the Strategic Plan as it stands right now.

As you can see from the current plan, many of the items have been either completed, or have started. That is why there is a need to revise the current plan to update it, and to add the next tasks that should be done.

The first meeting is on Wednesday, April 13 from 6:30 – 9 pm at The DaVinci Centre, Sala Michelangelo Room – 340 Waterloo St. S. You can get there on either the Airport, Crosstown & Mainline bus routes.

The second meeting is on Thursday, April 14 from 6:30 – 9 pm at the Italian Cultural Centre, Main Hall – 132 Algoma St. S. You can get there on either the Memorial, John Street & Cross Town bus routes.

Here are links to the Strategic Plan:

Strategic Plan Check List

Strategic Plan

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