E-Democracy issues forums

It's a public online community gathering where you discuss local issues and exchange community information and news that matters to you.

Participants use their real names and agree to be civil. This builds trust and increases our agenda-setting power.

At the neighborhood/neighbourhood level, "Neighbors Forums" build community and promote collaboration and problem-solving. At the larger city-level, discussions are more political, like a town hall meeting.

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