Business owners and illegal downtown Ottawa last winter Members of the general public affected by the occupation have the opportunity to talk to the city about their experiences.
The City Audit Director will hold two virtual public consultations next week to help businesses and individuals understand how the occupation affected them. For three weeks, it confused life and confused the entire capital.
The auditor's investigation was added to the ongoing Federal Public Order and Moral Emergency Committee and the Ottawa People's Committee on the Occupation of Citizen-led Convoys, which launched its own hearing last week. The purpose of the auditor's investigation was "to better see how our office affected residents during the protest and, if any, how the city's services and programs improved. To help you "understand."
Two sessions will be held: Wednesday evening, July 12th and daytime, Thursday, July 13th.
Submissions can also be made through an online survey at the following website: Auditor's Engage Ottawa page.
Individuals must register to speak at a meeting on the same EngageOttawa page.
The public can see the minutes at the following location:
From 5 pm on July 12, 2022. Zoom link until 7:00 pm:https://ottawa-ca.zoom.us/j/86840665005
July 13, 2022 11:00 am to 1:00 pm Zoom link:https://ottawa-ca.zoom.us/j/82580464961
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