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In addition to other opportunities for feedback, members of the public were invited to participate in a Public Town Hall Meeting to learn about the OMB’s current role in the land use planning process, to provide their perspectives, and to review and comment on changes the government was considering. Staff from the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and the Ministry of the Attorney General were on site to answer questions about various components of the review.

Twelve town hall meetings were held in communities across Ontario to ensure stakeholders, municipalities and members of the public had opportunities to provide input.  More than 700 participants attended these meetings.  

The town hall meetings included an open house, which provided an opportunity for participants to review the Public Consultation Document and background materials, and ask questions of government staff.  Participants also worked in small groups to discuss specific themes.

The last town hall meeting was held on November 24, 2016. Thank you for your input.