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First Nation, Métis and Inuit people in Guelph were invited to an Indigenous Community sharing meeting on May 5 so that the City of Guelph could listen and learn from the experiences of Indigenous peoples to inform and plan for future growth and decision-making.
April 15 2021
Virtual town hall - three scenarios for growth
On April 15, 2021, a virtual town hall was held providing Guelphites with the opportunity to learn about the Shaping Guelph project, learn about three different ways that Guelph can grow to 2051, the proposed growth scenario evaluation framework, and a proposed urban structure. Here is a recording of the virtual town hall.
November 26 2020
Virtual town hall - developing growth scenarios
On November 26, 2020, a virtual town hall was held providing Guelphites with the opportunity to learn about the Shaping Guelph project, learn about growth scenario 1 and provide input on what other two growth scenarios should be explored. Here is a recording of the virtual town hall.
September 17 2020
Virtual town hall - where and how should Guelph grow