Resource committees

Two committees provided support

The Comité de développement durable

Community leaders from the economic, social and environmental sectors agreed to serve on the Comité de développement durable, which was set up for the revision of the land use and development plan. Their role is to advise and comment on different aspects of the revision. They are expected to comment on the content of the proposals and the consultation process.

Members of the Comité de développement durable

Jaimé Baquero
President of the Colombian Community of Ottawa-Gatineau

Richard M. Bégin
President, Conseil régional de la culture de l'Outaouais

Bruno Bonneville
President, Centraide Outaouais and chair of the board of directors of the Centre de santé et de services sociaux de Gatineau

Louise Boudrias
President, Tourisme Outaouais

Diane Clément
President, Table de concertation agroalimentaire de l'Outaouais

Yves Dupont
Vice-rector, administration and resources, Université du Québec en Outaouais

Marc Godin
President, Vision centre-ville

Ghislain Ladouceur
President, Association des biologistes du Québec (ABQ-Outaouais)

Fanny Robert
President, Réseau des femmes d'affaires et professionnelles de l'Outaouais

André Chaumont
Vice-president, Chambre de commerce de Gatineau

Nathalie Mercier
Coordinator, Fédération des coopératives d'habitation de l'Outaouais

Raymond Ouimet
Historian and residents' representative

Éric Pigeon
President, Association provinciale des constructeurs d'habitations du Québec, Outaouais region

Isabelle Sabourin
President, Table jeunesse Outaouais

The Comité mixte

The comité mixte is a joint committee that consists of the Comité consultatif d'urbanisme (CCU), the Comité consultatif agricole (CCA) and the Commission consultative sur l'environnement et le développement durable (CCEDD). Its role is to advise and provide feedback on different aspects of the plan's revision. The joint committee will cover the main issues related to sustainable development in Gatineau.

 

Did you know that...
In 2012, Gatineau adopted an interim control by-law for the protection of wetlands, which is intended to manage and preserve the 3,134 hectares of which 40% have a medium to high ecological value.

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