Given a major component of our consultation included reviewing previous consultations and key strategies, the Challenge Statement and projects are anchored in delivering in-line with objectives of the below documented strategies:
- Our Future Hamilton – the City’s 25-year Community Vision
- Urban Indigenous Strategy
- Work informing the development of the Youth Strategy
- Age Friendly Strategy (Seniors Strategy)
- Community Health Working Group Anchor Table Project Charter (PDF, 1.88 MB)
Specifically, we reviewed the intended outcomes of the above strategies and mapped where the projects to address the Challenge Statement would move us towards objectives by using smart technology. There is significant synergy between our medium and long-term goals, the objectives of these strategies and the intended outcomes of the projects supporting achieving the Challenge Statement as outlined in the previous sections.
Easy access to services
Better health outcomes
Increasing resiliency of youth & at-risk populations
Connecting Urban Indigenous people & services
The Urban Indigenous Strategy is supported by aspects of the four areas.
Hamilton’s most significant public engagement was a year-long exercise that engaged over 55,000+ residents to develop a 25-year vision for the community, with six priorities, 81 key directions and 57 signs of success. Four priorities directly aligned to this work and were impacted in the medium and long-term. Our Future Hamilton strategic priorities:
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