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Translating Vision into Action. 1924. 1949. 1957. 1969. 1976. 1989. Okotoks. Cochrane. Langdon. Redwood Meadows. Airdrie. 1998. 2010. 2020. 2030. 2040. 2050. Past, Present, and Future: The Calgary Region. Historic. Projected. What’s the Problem?. Mismatch

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past present and future the calgary region

1924

1949

1957

1969

1976

1989

Okotoks

Cochrane

Langdon

Redwood

Meadows

Airdrie

1998

2010

2020

2030

2040

2050

Past, Present, and Future:The Calgary Region

Historic

Projected

elements of the puzzle

Mismatch

  • The geography of the problem transcends the geography of existing institutions
  • Interdependent Interests
  • No single entity has the power or authority to address the problem on their own
  • Gap in Governance
  • Scale & role of government is inadequate
  • Lack of public space to share power and responsibility
Elements of the Puzzle
regional growth and sustainability framework
Regional Growth and Sustainability Framework
  • A long-term vision, principles, goals, and targets for a sustainable region;
  • Region-wide sustainable growth scenarios – high level regional land use concepts;
  • Terms of agreement in principle for working together on regional planning issues;
  • Integration and alignment with municipal plans and key CRP projects;
  • Technical planning and support tools; and
  • Regional sustainability indicators.
types of outcomes
Types of Outcomes
  • Build knowledge and understanding
  • Build community
    • Inform and educate citizens and leader
    • Promote mutual understanding
    • Shape public values
    • Stimulate conversation
    • Foster a common sense of place
  • Share resources
  • Solve specific problems
  • Govern across boundaries
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Terms of Agreement for Working Together

  • Define a process to implement appropriate regional level growth and sustainability management plans;
  • Develop strategies to coordinate and complement municipal plans;
  • Articulate a process to mitigate or resolve conflict; and
  • Examine alternative decision-making models and best management practices for regional collaboration.
  • HOW TO TRANSLATE VISION INTO ACTION!
    • voluntary process ...
    • genuine commitments …
    • effective results
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Cycle of Regional Collaboration

Gap in Governance

Diagnose

Design

Learn

Take Action

seven habits for effective regional collaboration
Seven Habits forEffective Regional Collaboration
  • Catalyst – a compelling reason
  • Leadership – legitimacy, credibility, capacity
  • Representation – the right people
  • Regional Fit – define boundaries according to people’s interests
  • Deliberation – jointly name issues and frame options
  • Action Plan – move from vision to action
  • Evaluation – learn and adapt
terms of agreement for working together timeline
DateItem/Product

September 15 Visioning Session

October 9,10,11 Face-to-face interviews with each CRP jurisdiction

October/November Follow-up interviews

November/December Prepare draft report

January Distribute draft report for review and comment

February 1-2 National Workshop on Regional Collaboration (LILP)

February Convene 1st facilitated dialogue

March 2 CRP General Assembly Meeting - Status Report

April Convene 2nd facilitated dialogue

May/June Finalize Terms of Agreement

Terms of Agreement for Working TogetherTimeline