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icc-burlingtonThis project is a collaborative venture of five social planning organizations across Canada including Burlington, Toronto, Saint John, Edmonton and Vancouver/North Vancouver aimed at enhancing social inclusion in cities and communities across Canada. Through participatory research, and social inclusion as the framework, each participating city came together to form a Civic Panel to provide leadership and direction for building people-friendly cities. This report documents good practises for citizen engagement and provides strategies to support diversity. A national report and individual reports from each participating city have been prepared and are available for the reader.

Media Release (PDF Version)

Inclusive Cities Canada - National website
National Media Release
Civic Panel Members by City

Inclusive Cities Canada - Policy and Practice Papers

  • An ICC Recommendation Comes to Life: The Municipal Youth Cabinet’s Role in Inclusion by Kathryn Asher (Saint John Human Development Council) Full Report
  • The Municipal Franchise and Social Inclusion in Toronto: Policy and Practice by Myer Siemiatycki, Director of the Graduate Program in Immigration and Settlement Studies at Ryerson University (Community Social Planning Council of Toronto). Full Report  Executive Summary
  • Social Inclusion Health Indicators: A Framework for Addressing the Social Determinants of Health by Philip O’Hara (Edmonton Social Planning Council) Full Report
  • Respect All Voices: Neighbourhood Councils as a Tool for Building Social Inclusion by Glynis Maxwell (Community Development Halton) Full Report