Women and Gender Equity Strategy

Consultation has concluded

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The City is seeking input from residents to shape the new Women & Gender Equity Strategy. Feedback was collected from members of the public through a series of consultation meetings held in late August and early September. A public engagement forum will be held on September 30, 2019.

Information collected through consultations will inform the Women & Gender Equity Strategy’s objectives, priorities and key strategic actions for improved gender mainstreaming in the city and to establish key indicators for Gender Data Baseline Study and a Gender Data Strategy.

The City is seeking input from residents to shape the new Women & Gender Equity Strategy. Feedback was collected from members of the public through a series of consultation meetings held in late August and early September. A public engagement forum will be held on September 30, 2019.

Information collected through consultations will inform the Women & Gender Equity Strategy’s objectives, priorities and key strategic actions for improved gender mainstreaming in the city and to establish key indicators for Gender Data Baseline Study and a Gender Data Strategy.

  • The City is embarking on its first Women & Gender Equity Strategy and is seeking input from residents to help build a strategy that is reflective of the needs of our city.

    The survey consists of four background questions and six content questions. It will take between 10-15 minutes to complete.

    The information collected in this survey will help us understand who is participating in the survey and what matters to Ottawa residents with respect to women and gender equity and the city.


    The City is embarking on its first Women & Gender Equity Strategy and is seeking input from residents to help build a strategy that is reflective of the needs of our city.

    The survey consists of four background questions and six content questions. It will take between 10-15 minutes to complete.

    The information collected in this survey will help us understand who is participating in the survey and what matters to Ottawa residents with respect to women and gender equity and the city.


    Consultation has concluded