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Many municipalities across Ontario have begun to develop well-being plans. A community plan for well-being usually entails a set of change-motivated strategies with goals intended to champion enhancements in well-being within a municipality. Whether focused on issues such as community … Continue reading
Research regarding the concept of Community Well-Being (CWB), although not new, is becoming a staple in community based studies. In particular, the CWB Index is gaining quite a bit of momentum. The CWB Index is a tool that is widely … Continue reading
As planners, we are agents of change. We play a vital role in putting ideas into action so that tomorrow will be better from what is today. We all know change is difficult and that it requires much more than … Continue reading
The CN Rail oil spill that occurred on August 3, 2005 at Lake Wabamun in Alberta demonstrated several key “facts” about how communities react to environmental contamination and the associated risks. First, and quite obviously, community members were very upset … Continue reading