The Douglas listens!

For the Douglas Institute, citizen participation in major projects is essential. Contributions by citizens, business people and community groups will enhance deliberations on our infrastructure development project.

The Douglas Institute Good Neighbour Committee

The goal is to create a forum for discussion with citizens to increase understanding of projects and their impact in the sector. Founded on the values of openness, mutual respect and trust, the Good Neighbour Committee will meet twice a year. Citizens, business people and community groups can share their concerns, ask questions and propose solutions in relation to Institute projects, like infrastructure development.

Who can attend the meetings?

All Committee meetings are open to the public; therefore a person will not need to be a member to attend. However, members will hold a special place at the table and be given priority during question and answer periods.
Please note that Committee members will be chosen during the first meeting on Tuesday, December 3, 2013.

Meeting schedule

Members of the Good Neighbour Committee meet twice a year at Douglas Hall.

Documentation

Reports

Étude de préfaisabilité - Addendum complet final (mai 2012)
Étude de préfaisabilité - Rapport final - document complémentaire (mai 2009)
Étude de préfaisabilité - Rapport final (mai 2009)
Caractérisation des terrains - Rapport final (juillet 2012) 
Plan clinique et académique (janvier 2013)  
Plan clinique et académique (janvier 2015)
Dossier de présentation stratégique (janvier 2013)

Articles

Healing environment in mental health

Énoncé de patrimoine

Frequently Asked Questions

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Information

Anne Quirion
Communications and Public affairs
Tel.: 514-630-2225, ext. 5234
Cell.: 514-409-8558
anne_dot_quirion_At_douglas_dot_mcgill_dot_ca