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Les Amis de la montagne's Public Forum gives the community, both citizens and organizations, the opportunity to exchange ideas about issues and projects affecting Mount Royal.
INVITATION TO LES AMIS DE LA MONTAGNE'S PUBLIC FORUM
Les amis de la montagne and the University of Public Administration (ENAP - École nationale d'administration publique) are pleased to invite you to attend a round table discussion on the importance of public consultation in the city development strategies, with the case study of Mount Royal as the starting point.
Mount Royal is an important iconic place for the Montreal community. Its safeguard and enhancement are of primary concern to Montrealers who have always come together to defend it. Despite this sustained civic engagement, Mount Royal remains subject to development pressures of all kinds. Currently, the re-use of surplus hospital buildings is a major challenge for Mount Royal and the City. What are the potential and the role of public consultation in the planning and management of Mount Royal? What is the scope of a public consultation? How do we ensure optimal representation and what emerging tools can improve the consultation process?
Chaired by Louise Roy, past president, Office de consultation publique de Montréal, this panel will include:
The roundtable will open with a word of welcome by Gérard Divay, Professor, University of Public Administration (ENAP).
This round table discussion will be held in French. It will be followed by a friendly drink.
Date: Thursday, May 21
Time: 5 pm to 7 pm
Location: École nationale d’administration publique (ENAP), 4750, av. Henri-Julien, ground level auditorium.
Admission is free. No reservations are required. Information: 514 843.8240 ext. 239
FOLLOW-UP TO THE MOUNT ROYAL SUMMIT: ACCESSIBILITY AND GREEN SPACES
May 7, 2014: THE CHALLENGES OF LIVING ON THE MOUNTAIN
April 24, 2014: PROGRESS REPORT ON THE FUTURE OF EXCESS INSTITUTIONAL BUILDINGS ON THE MOUNTAIN
March 19, 2014: RECONFIGURATION OF THE CEDAR-CÔTE-DES-NEIGES INTERSECTION
(Click on dates to read the follow-ups and the forums' presentation documents)