Diversity & Inclusion Plan

Tell us your Diversity and Inclusion Plan action priorities

Oshawa’s first Diversity and Inclusion Plan is under development and before it is finalized, we want to hear from you which action items are priorities to the community. The Plan is being developed in collaboration with the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT).

Thank you to everyone who provided feedback in Phase one of the Plan. Your feedback provided valuable information to create strategies and key action items for the plan. Before the Plan is finalized, we are looking for your feedback again. Tell us which action items are priorities are to you.

The purpose of the Diversity and Inclusion Plan is to identify recommended strategies and actions for the City to take over the next five to ten years to ensure all residents have equal access to employment opportunities, programs and services, as well as feel welcomed and involved within the community.

The community is invited to share their priorities on the proposed actions the City will use to implement the strategies of the plan. Online and in-person opportunities include:

  • Public Consultation on Wednesday, September 6 at the Civic Recreation Complex (99 Thornton Rd. S.), Bobby Orr meeting room; from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
  • Online survey on Connect Oshawa at www.connectoshawa.ca/di from August 21 to September 15
  • In-person survey at Service Oshawa (City Hall, 50 Centre St. S.) from August 21 to September 15

At the Wednesday, September 6, Public Consultation session, a brief presentation will take place at 7:15 p.m., which will outline the Plan development, based on feedback obtained from the public consultations, proposed strategies and key actions to move the plan forward. Following the presentation, attendees will participate in an exercise to help prioritize the suggested strategies and actions for the Plan.

Feedback from the online and in-person opportunities will be received until Friday, September 15 and will be considered during the finalization of the Diversity and Inclusion Plan, which is anticipated for fall of 2017.

Further information on the review, including reports, presentations and other important items are available on the Diversity and Inclusion Plan webpage on the City’s website.

Tell us your Diversity and Inclusion Plan action priorities

Oshawa’s first Diversity and Inclusion Plan is under development and before it is finalized, we want to hear from you which action items are priorities to the community. The Plan is being developed in collaboration with the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT).

Thank you to everyone who provided feedback in Phase one of the Plan. Your feedback provided valuable information to create strategies and key action items for the plan. Before the Plan is finalized, we are looking for your feedback again. Tell us which action items are priorities are to you.

The purpose of the Diversity and Inclusion Plan is to identify recommended strategies and actions for the City to take over the next five to ten years to ensure all residents have equal access to employment opportunities, programs and services, as well as feel welcomed and involved within the community.

The community is invited to share their priorities on the proposed actions the City will use to implement the strategies of the plan. Online and in-person opportunities include:

  • Public Consultation on Wednesday, September 6 at the Civic Recreation Complex (99 Thornton Rd. S.), Bobby Orr meeting room; from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
  • Online survey on Connect Oshawa at www.connectoshawa.ca/di from August 21 to September 15
  • In-person survey at Service Oshawa (City Hall, 50 Centre St. S.) from August 21 to September 15

At the Wednesday, September 6, Public Consultation session, a brief presentation will take place at 7:15 p.m., which will outline the Plan development, based on feedback obtained from the public consultations, proposed strategies and key actions to move the plan forward. Following the presentation, attendees will participate in an exercise to help prioritize the suggested strategies and actions for the Plan.

Feedback from the online and in-person opportunities will be received until Friday, September 15 and will be considered during the finalization of the Diversity and Inclusion Plan, which is anticipated for fall of 2017.

Further information on the review, including reports, presentations and other important items are available on the Diversity and Inclusion Plan webpage on the City’s website.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Diversity & Inclusion Plan: Phase Two survey

    Thank you to everyone who provided feedback in Phase One of the Plan. Your feedback provided valuable information to create strategies and key action items. Before the Plan is finalized, we are looking for your feedback again. 

    Complete this survey and tell us which action items are priorities are to you. 

    Feedback will be received until Friday, September 15 and will be considered during the finalization of the Diversity and Inclusion Plan, which is anticipated for fall of 2017.

    Thank you to everyone who provided feedback in Phase One of the Plan. Your feedback provided valuable information to create strategies and key action items. Before the Plan is finalized, we are looking for your feedback again. 

    Complete this survey and tell us which action items are priorities are to you. 

    Feedback will be received until Friday, September 15 and will be considered during the finalization of the Diversity and Inclusion Plan, which is anticipated for fall of 2017.

    Complete Form
  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Diversity and Inclusion Plan: Phase One survey

    The City of Oshawa is embarking on the development of its first Diversity and Inclusion Plan. The Plan is being developed in collaboration with the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT).

    The purpose of the Diversity and Inclusion Plan is to identify recommended strategies and actions for the City to take over the next five to ten years to ensure all residents have equal access to employment opportunities, programs and services, as well as feel welcomed and involved within the community.

    As an important member of our community, we value your input. This survey is expected toContinue reading

    The City of Oshawa is embarking on the development of its first Diversity and Inclusion Plan. The Plan is being developed in collaboration with the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT).

    The purpose of the Diversity and Inclusion Plan is to identify recommended strategies and actions for the City to take over the next five to ten years to ensure all residents have equal access to employment opportunities, programs and services, as well as feel welcomed and involved within the community.

    As an important member of our community, we value your input. This survey is expected to take about 10 minutes to complete. Feedback received during the development of the first draft of the Diversity and Inclusion Plan, which is anticipated for fall of 2017.
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