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Recent updates for Ontario, Québec, and the Maritimes to the Complete Streets for Canada map added new 24 municipalities with Complete Streets policies or approaches.

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La Ville de Québec

Following two years of extensive consultation, with a major update to the Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe (2017), Ontario becomes Canada's first province to adopt a Complete Streets policy, mandating that streets be designed for all users.

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Ontario Growth Secretariat

Last week, as the City of Toronto launched its new Vision Zero Road Safety website, another important document that could also have a significant impact on the safety of our streets was released at the same time.

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City of Toronto

Taking a look at the challenges and opportunities of Complete Streets in rural areas

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Proposed Growth Plan promises good things to come on Ontario's streets

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Government of Ontario

TCAT launches a new book showcasing Complete Street transformations in the Toronto Area

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Tamara Nahal