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Planning - Sharing - Communications - Colaborations

Harmonizing With Land Use Planning Partners In Eeyou Istchee

It is important to support the sharing of knowledge and resources, and foster communication and collaboration with the different governmental bodies and commissions that have direct responsibilities for developing land use plans in Eeyou Istchee. Regular contact will be maintained with our Land Use Planning Partners to stay informed on their work and to share new developments and information. This collaboration will help to harmonize the different planning process.

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Cree Entities and Stakeholders

It is important to support the sharing of knowledge and resources, and foster communication and collaboration with the different governmental bodies and commissions that have direct responsibilities for developing land use plans in Eeyou Istchee. Regular contact will be maintained with our Land Use Planning Partners to stay informed on their work and to share new developments and information. This collaboration will help to harmonize the different planning process.

Engagement Levels

Different levels of engagement will be used with different stakeholders, entities and collaborators.  Some planning activities will require greater input from some parties than others, and some steps of the planning process will require a greater degree of public engagement than others.  For this reason, engagement strategies need to suit the specific situations and objectives in question.

The different communication engagement levels are describe below.

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DIFFERENT ENGAGEMENT LEVELS

Collaborate

Collaborate with the other land use planning bodies in Eeyou Istchee to build a harmonized land use planning process, and to share information and knowledge.

Consult/Involve

Exchange and obtain input on land use issues, and work with throughout the planning process to ensure that concerns, issues and aspirations are understood and considered.

Inform

Provide information to raise the level of understanding about the land use planning process, on key activities, and on next steps.

Approval

To place the land use plan in the hands of the approval bodies.