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Planning collaboratives: Learnings to support integrated planning and considerations for municipalities

February 27, 2018 • 1 min read

The Ministry of Municipal Affairs conducted intensive research into practices used by “planning collaboratives” – groups of local agencies or partners from different sectors that work together to plan services or address community problems.  These collaboratives often take the form of networks, tables or committees.

Read about the success factors and barriers to various planning tools, mechanisms, synergies, and innovations used by planning collaboratives.  This research may help inform future policy and supports for integrated local planning across the province.

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