Consumption and Treatment Services Site Consultation

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On June 19, 2019, Cambridge Council passed a resolution in support of proceeding with the identification of candidate sites for Consumption and Treatment Services with wrap around services in Cambridge, outside of the core areas; and in an area of need as per the requirements of the provincial Consumption and Treatment Services Program.

Gathering input from the community is important for understanding the issues and concerns for considering alternative sites for a potential Consumption and Treatment Services (CTS) location in Cambridge. City Council has directed that public consultation be completed to learn about community views on the suitability of two potential candidate sites - Site #1 at15 Easton Street and Site #2 at 8 Oxford Street.


On June 19, 2019, Cambridge Council passed a resolution in support of proceeding with the identification of candidate sites for Consumption and Treatment Services with wrap around services in Cambridge, outside of the core areas; and in an area of need as per the requirements of the provincial Consumption and Treatment Services Program.

Gathering input from the community is important for understanding the issues and concerns for considering alternative sites for a potential Consumption and Treatment Services (CTS) location in Cambridge. City Council has directed that public consultation be completed to learn about community views on the suitability of two potential candidate sites - Site #1 at15 Easton Street and Site #2 at 8 Oxford Street.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Through a detailed site selection identification process that considered the required federal and provincial government criteria for locating a CTS site, the city has identified two potential candidate sites: Site #1 at 15 Easton Street and Site #2 at 8 Oxford Street. On April 6, 2021, Cambridge City Council voted to move forward with a community consultation framework to gather public feedback on these two potential candidate sites for a future Consumption and Treatment Service (CTS) location. The purpose of this survey is to seek input on the candidate sites. No decisions have been made.  

    It is recognized that there are strong views in the community about harm reduction programs such as CTS.  Participating in this survey does not mean that an individual agrees or disagrees with consideration of a CTS site in Cambridge. 

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