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Upcoming Events

Media Coverage

October 2019 - Ideas for improving James Street / Jamestown

 Thanks to local media outlets for sharing information on our series of public meetings on ideas for improving the James Street / Jamestown neighbourhood.

February 2019 - Regulations for Second Units.

Thanks to local media outlets for sharing information on our open house at Elim Pentecostal Tabernacle about regulations for Second Units.

January 2019 - Population Projections for the Sault's next 20 years.

We shared our 20-year population and employment projections to City Council on January 28, 2019. Thanks to local media outlets for sharing this information.

January 2019 - Open House on Recreation and Culture.

Thanks to local media outlets for sharing information on our open house at the Art Gallery of Algoma.

Winter 2018/2019 - Open Houses on Heritage Areas.

Thanks to local media outlets for sharing information on our series of open houses on heritage conservation for some historic neighbourhoods in Sault Ste. Marie.

General coverage on Shape the Sault.

Thanks to local media outlets for raising awareness about our Shape the Sault project.

September 2018 - James Street neighbourhood walk.

 Thanks to local media outlets for sharing information on the James Street neighbourhood walk we organized in conjunction with the James Street Market.

September 2018 - Open House on Housing and Intensification.

 Thanks to local media outlets for sharing information on our open house at Sault College.

June 2018 - Open House on Natural Environment and Hazards.

Thanks to local media outlets for sharing information on our second open house (at the Civic Centre) and our Shape the Sault project.

March 2018 - Open House on Rural Areas and Agriculture.

Thanks to local media outlets for sharing information on our first open house at R.M. Moore Public School.

February 2018 - Launch at City Council.

Shape the Sault has officially launched!

 

We've prepared a backgrounder report for City Council, which provides an overview of the Official Plan Review process. You can read the Council report on the City's website, and it's also available in the Project Materials section above on this page.

 

Thanks to the Sault Star for their article on February 5: Community input needed for new Official Plan.