The Committee shall:
- provide advice and recommendations pertaining to community education, integration and engagement;
- provide advice and recommendations on identified matters of concern brought forward through the Good Neighbour Grievance process; and
- provide feedback in the ongoing evaluation and planning for the Coordinated Care Campus and its programs.
The Committee will consist of a maximum of nine (9) Members including:
- Seven (7) Public Members: four (4) Community members/Business Owners; one (1) Member from Community Advisory Board on Housing and Homelessness; one (1) Indigenous representative; and one (1) Health representative.
- Two (2) City Administration: one (1) representative from Community Social Development; and one (1) representative from the RCMP or Municipal Policy Service.
Additional members may be called upon based on qualifications and expertise on an adhoc basis.
The Chair shall be elected form the Public Members.
As outlined in Boards & Committees Bylaw C-1422
The Committee will approve a regular schedule of meetings including a minimum of four (4) times annually.
Nil. This is a volunteer position.
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