Oshawa Accessibility Advisory Committee Meeting Agenda

Committee Room

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The City of Oshawa is situated on lands within the traditional and treaty territory of the Michi Saagiig and Chippewa Anishinaabeg and the signatories of the Williams Treaties, which include the Mississaugas of Scugog Island, Curve Lake, Hiawatha and Alderville First Nations, and the Chippewas of Georgina Island, Rama and Beausoleil First Nations.

We are grateful for the Anishinaabeg who have cared for the land and waters within this territory since time immemorial.

We recognize that Oshawa is steeped in rich Indigenous history and is now present day home to many First Nations, Inuit and Métis people. We express gratitude for this diverse group of Indigenous Peoples who continue to care for the land and shape and strengthen our community.

As a municipality, we are committed to understanding the truth of our shared history, acknowledging our role in addressing the negative impacts that colonization continues to have on Indigenous Peoples, developing reciprocal relationships, and taking meaningful action toward reconciliation.

We are all Treaty people.

(As may be presented at the meeting)

Victoria White, Principal Planner to provide a presentation concerning the public consultation process for the Bloor-Simcoe Intensification Study.

HVJ Properties Inc. to provide a presentation concerning the Community Improvement Program Accessibility Plan for 35, 40 and 45 Division Street and 46 Kenneth Avenue and 196, 200, 204 Bond Street

  • Recommendation

    That Report OAAC-24-03, dated February 15, 2024 concerning the 2024 Accessibility Awards be received for information.

  • Recommendation
    1. That the City of Oshawa's 2023 Year End Status Update - 2023-2027 Oshawa Accessibility Plan provided as Attachment No. 1 to Report OAAC-24-04 be received as information; and,
    2. That a copy of this report be included in the Information Package to Council.
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