Community Plans are often referred to as Area Plans and Comprehensive Community Plans which incorporate all sectors of community including social and economic objectives.
District and Intermunicipal Planning
As Saskatchewan municipalities grow there is an ever increasing need for communities to consider how to facilitate the kind of growth that they want. Increasing economic opportunities, an influx of new residents, greater demands on aging services, rising costs for new infrastructure and more interest in land development are just some of the issues that municipal councils are required to consider. You can find a host of relevant tools on the Province of Saskatchewan site.
Video: Why Do Community Planning?
Experiences in First Nations, Inuit and Northern Communities Comprehensive Community Planning developed by Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, profiles comprehensive community development planning undertaken by the First Nations of British Columbia.
Find information on Aboriginal people, communities and initiatives using Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada web-based interactive maps.
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