How Friendly Are We?

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The City’s Community Services Department (Recreation and Culture Division) is in
the process of collecting information to support an application for the Playworks Youth Friendly
Community Designation.

Play Works is a movement of interested parties committed to helping youth by encouraging and
promoting a greater investment in youth play in Ontario. (www.playworkspartnership.ca/youthfriendly-
communities
).

As the lead applicant, the City recognizes that youth are vital and an important resource in our
community. We need the comments and opinions of youth ages 13-19 to gather feedback.
Sault Ste. Marie youth in this age group are encouraged to complete the online survey at
www.cityssm.on.ca – City Hall Surveys – Youth Voice Survey.

Your feedback will assist to develop a comprehensive inventory of youth-focused initiatives,
opportunities and future needs that can lead to positive change.

Youth Opinions Count – share your thoughts by participating before the October 6 survey deadline!
Comments and suggestions can be emailed to youthfriendly@cityssm.on.ca.
For more information, contact the Community Services Department at 705-759-5310.

3 COMMENTS

  1. I’m looking at an old postcard of the original arch form 1938 that my grandfather designed and the original slogan read as “Sault Ste Marie..Algoma’s Friendly City”

    I agree we are friendly but are we the friendliest?

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