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As part of this transformation, PSPC and Canada Lands are committed to consulting surrounding communities, stakeholders and the public at large.

Indigenous engagement

The Government is engaging with Indigenous peoples as part the planning process and inviting their participation in realizing the vision.

Public engagement

PSPC and Canada Lands are committed to working with the community and the public at large to bring the vision to reality. Our goal is to share plans for this area, give the public an opportunity to provide input on the redevelopment activities of Canada Lands - always in line with the Guiding Principles.

From now until June 12, the public is invited to fill out an online questionnaire to help Canada Lands and PSPC develop a set of local community values that reflect the community’s vision for the Tunney’s Pasture transformation.

Before you do, please view our video below and consult our presentation in the Document Library to find out more about the Tunney’s Pasture Master Plan, the guiding principles that will serve as the foundation for the redevelopment project, and the next steps in the project.


Additional engagement activities will follow in the fall of 2022.

Communities Perspectives Group

Until August 26, 2022, organizations and individuals that represent community interests are invited to apply to take part in a new Communities Perspectives Group, whose role will be to ensure a variety of interests and perspectives are considered throughout the redevelopment phases of the non-federal development blocks at Tunney’s Pasture.

To apply, please review the terms of reference and selection criteria and fill out the application form

Public Service engagement

PSPC and Canada Lands are also committed to working with Health Canada, custodians of office and laboratory space, as well as all tenant departments at Tunney's Pasture to ensure that public service needs remain paramount.




Additional information:

As part of this transformation, PSPC and Canada Lands are committed to consulting surrounding communities, stakeholders and the public at large.

Indigenous engagement

The Government is engaging with Indigenous peoples as part the planning process and inviting their participation in realizing the vision.

Public engagement

PSPC and Canada Lands are committed to working with the community and the public at large to bring the vision to reality. Our goal is to share plans for this area, give the public an opportunity to provide input on the redevelopment activities of Canada Lands - always in line with the Guiding Principles.

From now until June 12, the public is invited to fill out an online questionnaire to help Canada Lands and PSPC develop a set of local community values that reflect the community’s vision for the Tunney’s Pasture transformation.

Before you do, please view our video below and consult our presentation in the Document Library to find out more about the Tunney’s Pasture Master Plan, the guiding principles that will serve as the foundation for the redevelopment project, and the next steps in the project.


Additional engagement activities will follow in the fall of 2022.

Communities Perspectives Group

Until August 26, 2022, organizations and individuals that represent community interests are invited to apply to take part in a new Communities Perspectives Group, whose role will be to ensure a variety of interests and perspectives are considered throughout the redevelopment phases of the non-federal development blocks at Tunney’s Pasture.

To apply, please review the terms of reference and selection criteria and fill out the application form

Public Service engagement

PSPC and Canada Lands are also committed to working with Health Canada, custodians of office and laboratory space, as well as all tenant departments at Tunney's Pasture to ensure that public service needs remain paramount.




Additional information:

Page last updated: 27 Jun 2022, 01:46 PM