We engage people to give them a voice in the future of their communities. We have been doing so for 25 years, across Canada, and in many areas of interest.

We worked with the community members of Halifax, Nova Scotia to develop an advanced waste management system. and a renowned state-of-the-art landfill at Otter Lake. And when HRM proposed changes to the Otter Lake facility, against promises made when the facility was established, we worked with the Community Monitoring Committee to make sure that those promises to the local community were kept.

Working with HRM planning staff we helped give a voice to residents of Halifax on the development of the Regional Plan and HRMByDesign, and on the municipal tax review project.

In Nova Scotia we set up workshops for proposed transportation projects on the 103, the 104 and the proposed 113, so that local people could see what was being proposed and provide input directly to NSTIR.

With input gained from focus groups across Nova Scotia we developed a sustainable tourism guide for the Tourism Association of Nova Scotia.

Working with Environment Canada, we developed the Atlantic Coastal Action Plan manual for remediation of coastal hot spots after consultation across Atlantic Canada.

In Ontario we facilitated discussions on drinking water guidelines for tritium levels, and for set back distances for wind turbines.

We have worked for 25 years to bring community members, government agencies and project proponents together to discuss and plan for the future of their communities.