Region of Waterloo Strategic Plan

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Welcome to Region of Waterloo's “StratChat”

Thank you for your contributions to the strategic planning process. A summary of your comments and suggestions has been added to our consolidated feedback for the 2019 -2023 strategic plan. All feedback collected to date can be found on the Region’s website.

Council and staff take your suggestions seriously. For example, your feedback and suggestions on the Region’s revised Vision has already made its way into the writing and review process with staff. Your feedback on the Region’s draft, high level objectives has similarly been included with the consolidated public feedback, which is reviewed at various stages of the planning process, both by staff and Regional Council.

This topic on the EngageWR site is now closed. We enjoyed and appreciate your considered and thoughtful comments and suggestions! Please visit again and contribute to the conversation on Engage Region of Waterloo.

The Region of Waterloo engages in a strategic planning process for every term of Council. Public participation and feedback is an important part of the process. Many of you have already provided input through the Wellbeing Waterloo Region Survey. Thank you!

For more information on the Region's Strategic Plan and our community engagement process, visit the Region's Strategic Planning page.


Welcome to Region of Waterloo's “StratChat”

Thank you for your contributions to the strategic planning process. A summary of your comments and suggestions has been added to our consolidated feedback for the 2019 -2023 strategic plan. All feedback collected to date can be found on the Region’s website.

Council and staff take your suggestions seriously. For example, your feedback and suggestions on the Region’s revised Vision has already made its way into the writing and review process with staff. Your feedback on the Region’s draft, high level objectives has similarly been included with the consolidated public feedback, which is reviewed at various stages of the planning process, both by staff and Regional Council.

This topic on the EngageWR site is now closed. We enjoyed and appreciate your considered and thoughtful comments and suggestions! Please visit again and contribute to the conversation on Engage Region of Waterloo.

The Region of Waterloo engages in a strategic planning process for every term of Council. Public participation and feedback is an important part of the process. Many of you have already provided input through the Wellbeing Waterloo Region Survey. Thank you!

For more information on the Region's Strategic Plan and our community engagement process, visit the Region's Strategic Planning page.


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    Connecting Social and Technological Innovation

    by lghender, almost 1 year ago

    KW is known for its tech start-ups and innovation - but it's also known for its social innovation, being the founder of recycling, an early adopter of life insurance, with unique social enterprise and volunteer models/spin-offs supported by the Social Development Centre and Working Centre (e.g. KW action centre Queen Street cafe, urban farming, etc.). I think we have an opportunity to build more connections between the social non-profit and technology for-profit worlds, to build from our existing strengths, share innovations with each other and collectively build a stronger, prosperous community. 

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    A New Vision for Cambridge

    by Vincent Benjamin, almost 1 year ago

    I have been a resident of Cambridge now for over 15 years and during this time very little has happened to the city as a whole. Some talk about the Digital Library and some go on about the Pedestrian Bridge. I see both of these as nothing to get excited about at all. Living in Toronto prior to moving to Cambridge this city acts like a small town with small ideas, hence I am not impressed what so ever.

    What is missing is a Grand Vision!

    It is as if the City of Cambridge and the Region of Waterloo has... Continue reading

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    Stronger Communities

    by DaveK, almost 1 year ago

     With the decline of church communities serving as a focal point for many communities, what is replacing those institutions?  It would be great if we could think through creative ways of bringing people together so that we can meet and get to know each other.  Despite the very positive impacts of the LRT in terms of building up the central corridor of our cities, I am concerned with the continued expansion of suburbia in all directions surrounding KW.  We really need to get out of their cars, taking public transit, walking and riding our bicycles.  We need the exercise, the... Continue reading

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    Chair Cambridge Council on Aging

    by srl1, about 1 year ago

    We need to be age friendly for those from 3 months to 103

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    Region of Waterloo - Cutting edge of innovation

    by sah, about 1 year ago

    The Region of Waterloo is known as a tech center and student hub. However, there isn't too much going on at the city and resident level which would be considered impressive from an 'adopting innovation' perspective. I would love to see this region pushing cutting edge technology/ideas into the mainstream by collaborating with industries and promoting pilot projects to be launched in our cities. There are lots of revolutionary ideas in development around the world (e.g. in the areas of autonomous cars, renewable energy adoption etc) and all of that has to be brought to RoW. I want to see... Continue reading

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