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A district survey soliciting people’s thoughts on six topics (safety, local economy, vibrancy, properties, leadership, and investment) was circulated in the November RCP and on social media and eNewsletters by the 10 organizations forming the Alberta Avenue District Council.
There were 315 responses, mostly from people living in the area. Responses came from all eight neighbourhoods, although about half the responses were from Alberta Avenue.