Only fact checked one aspect of this so far, but so far it checks out.
@nikisfunnyfarm #greenscreen ? original sound – Niki’s Funny Farm
Introduced in the ‘Five Big Moves’, the principles of 15-minute neighbourhoods are integral to the strategic directions contained in Ottawa’s Draft New Official Plan. The concept of 15-minute neighbourhoods supports a variety of objectives relating to intensification, economic development, energy and climate change, gender equity, and culture. Additionally, planning for 15-minute neighbourhoods represents a critical means of embedding health resiliency in planning in order to achieve healthier, more inclusive communities.
15-minute neighbourhoods are compact, well-connected places with a clustering of a diverse mix of land-uses; this includes a range of housing types, shops, services, local access to food, schools and day care facilities, employment, greenspaces, parks and pathways. They are complete communities that support active transportation and transit, reduce car dependency, and enable people to live car-light or car free.
The 15-minute neighbourhood study is the first step at understanding the components of a 15-minute neighbourhood as they evolve across Ottawa’s urban, suburban, and rural transects. This study of 15-minute neighbourhoods is composed primarily of two different mapping exercises. One looking at access to available services and amenities; and the other focusing on the safety and enjoyability of the pedestrian environment with respect to walking to these services and amenities.
(Could be worse. Imagine if we
weren’t vaccinated didn’t ‘win’ the last municipal election in Ottawa)
Here is a link to the local council with references to Green Space Alliance without saying much about what it is. Also lots of climate change bollux in it.
The following is from here:
It’s all still ruddy mysterious though. Can’t figure out what the “Green Space Alliance” changes to the land use laws will be yet.
9 tenants of Agenda 21: A long thought out plan – Depopulation and enslavement
1. Move citizens into urban housing
2. Create vast wild dress areas for large carnivores to roam
3. Eliminate care – – Walkable cities
4. Support choose private business with public funds for sustainable development
5. Make policy decisions that favour the greater good over individuals
6. Drastically reduce the use of power, water and anything else that creates carbon pollution
7. Use bureaucracies to make sweeping decisions OUTSIDE THE DEMOCRATIC
8. Increase taxes, fees and regulations
9. IMPLEMENT POLICIES THAT REDUCE and INCENTIVE REDUCED POPULATIONS
2. Create wilderness areas
3. Eliminate cars
1 and 2 kinda go together.
Densely populated apartment towers, tight perimeter. Then “green” wilderness, policed by large [rabid] carnivores.
– – Or the urban safari model: a relatively protected zone surrounded by a wilderness where human predators roam – drug-dealers, rapists, murderers.
7/ The “democratic process” may no longer be worthy of CAPS, I’m afraid.
Longterm sabotage by the Enemy manifests as widespread degeneracy. Look at two leading indicators: education and healthcare. That’s what’s been wrought by whatever’s passed for the “democratic process”.
What are the downsides of the 15 minute neighborhoods? Increased ease of crime. Increased congestion and urban decay. Limits on size and type of population. Use of social credit score to enslave. For just a few examples
Noise and odors
¿dare I say it?
Update about the action against the Land Use law…
Alberta Land Use Bylaw Watchdog | This LUB Facebook group just popped up this week. Counties straight across Canada are experiencing the same thing. Get involved and join forces with people in your community to fight these draconian regulations.