Collective Impact Project (CIP)
The CIP collective impact project in the Parc-Extension district represents the main lever for the establishment of the Neighborhood Table. For several years Parc-Extension has experienced the absence of a neighborhood table and a difficult period at the level of community consultation. Today, the Parc-Extension district welcomed with hope the arrival of the Collective Impact Project (CIP) funded and supported by Centraide of Greater Montreal.
The CIP is also part of a process of strategic neighborhood planning, in progress, and can only be achieved through the finalization of this collective process and the implementation of the neighborhood action plan.
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