Get Involved 2018-08-29T16:27:24+00:00

YOUR ROLE IN COMMUNITY PLANNING?

INTERACTIVE BOOTHS

Stop by our booth when we’re out in the community and at events to share your ideas! Help spread lateral kindness on our ‘Lateral Kindness Tree’ and answer broad visioning questions. Watch our facebook page to keep track of where we are setting up.

SPEAKERS’ CORNER
Remember Speakers’ Corner from the 90’s? We’ve built our own so that you can voice your opinions and share your thoughts on important community topics, to build the community voice into the Community Plan Update.
FOCUS GROUPS
For each of the seven Community Plan priorities, we are holding Focus Groups to explore the concerns and opportunities within that priority. All community members are welcome to all of the different focus groups, whether you have a particular interest in that priority or would just like to participate in good community conversation. To see the dates of the focus groups to come, or to read over what we’ve already heard, check out our “This is What we Heard” page.
OPEN HOUSES
This is our chance to share what we’ve been hearing in an open and transparent way. At these open houses we’ll provide a summary of our engagement so far so that community members can see the progress and comment on whether their voices are properly heard.
FAMILY/GROUP SESSIONS
A key of our engagement process is that we want to come to where the discussion is happening which means in families, workplaces, social clubs and any other small groups. Please contact us to have us come to facilitate discussion on the community plan to participate in healthy dialogue on your community’s future. We can gather over dinner or potluck. All hosts will be entered into a draw in Spring of 2019 for a pollinator garden starter kit from Kayanase!
COMMUNITY EVENTS
Be sure to invite the Community Plan team to be a part of your event.
If you are hosting a community event and would like to have us there, please send us a message. Allowing us to be a part of your event enables us to hear the conversation from different perspectives.

COMMUNITY PLAN STAKEHOLDERS

The Community Plan can be used to organize priorities, empower each other, and mobilize resources to reach collective community goals for our future generations. The key stakeholders in any Community Plan include:

  • Community Members Can determine career/volunteer path based on future needs of the community; monitor the growth and development of the community
  • Grassroots Organizations Strengthen advocacy and action on community identified priorities
  • Departments/Organizations Align strategic operating plans with community goals
  • Governance Coordinate actions towards vision voiced by the Community

SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS

Be sure to join the conversation and let us know your thoughts on one of the Six Nations Community Plan Priorities. The 2018 Progress Update is the first step in having a living Community Plan that reflects our community today. It provides a picture of how far we have come and a good start for conversations around where want to be in the future.

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