Council Accepts Culture, Tourism and Recreation Master Plan

City council has accepted the draft of an integrated culture, tourism and recreation master plan at a special meeting on Monday July 28th.

The plan contains feedback from over 2000 residents and stakeholders and is a good foundation for growth for the city.

The plan contains over 100 recommendations that will be used as decision making starting points for council. Members of council stress that the plan is a great source document but that not all the recommendations will be passed. Councillors state that there will be more sessions held regarding which recommendations will be passed and what the time line for implementation will be.

To read the integrated plan click here.

To read the culture plan click here.

To read the recreation plan click here.

To read the tourism plan click here.