de jure PLAN Council Ontario is comprised of several self-operating Committees for management of the day-to-day business for the Sovereign people of Ontario and to manage projects for their area of focus.
Develops, and continually enhances flexible education frameworks that align with the needs and interests of diverse learners; and encourages original thoughts, promotes innovative thinking, and sparks innate talents.Sign Up to Volunteer
Focuses on projects for water, land, and air. The committee will investigate, evaluate, and adopt processes and technologies in areas such as Environmental restoration and Regenerative agriculture.Sign Up to Volunteer
Ensuring the lawful operation of the Council, including lawful elections and record keeping matters, the education of Members on Natural Law and the Grievance process, as well as ensuring safety.Sign Up to Volunteer
Delivers inclusive, responsive services to all people when in need to improve their quality of life.
The Committee investigates, establishes, and continually enhances flexible family care frameworks to ensure the optimal health and well-being of all members of the community.Sign Up to Volunteer
Promotes and educates about the de jure Plan Councils in Ontario, and their activities and projects.
The Committee develops, updates, and monitors all communication policies and procedures. This includes public-facing communications for educational purposes.Sign Up to Volunteer
Reviews all needs assessments submitted by each committee and scopes them for further actions by the council.
The Committee is tasked to break projects down into further detail. The needs are what the local people want to get done in their community. The outcome may be an order, a solution, or a project.Sign Up to Volunteer
Responsible for ramping up de jure PLAN Council with an enhanced website, People Empowerment (HR) processes and practices, policies, and other activities that will help transition us to a fully functioning council upon ratification.Sign Up to Volunteer
Assists in designing and monitoring project success alongside the project submitters. Provides intake and advisory for approved restoration projects.
In collaboration with other Committees, manages Projects throughout their life cycle and maintains a project registry that assists in the tracking of project metrics such as status, progress, cost-to-date, etc.Sign Up to Volunteer
Tasked with developing a comprehensive life cycle management (such as construction, alteration, removal, installation, repair, or maintenance) of public infrastructure for the benefit of the community.
Area of focus are, Transportation, Communications, Public Buildings, Industries, Energy, Technology.Sign Up to Volunteer
Ensures the security peace and safety of all sovereigns.
The Security Committee shall also be responsible for overseeing de jure PLAN Council governance, which shall include orientation of new members, overseeing council development tactics and programs.Sign Up to Volunteer
Manages the financial affairs of the de jure Plan Council and the Project Management funding system.
The treasury department establishes proper accounting procedures and completes periodic audits to ensure efficient and appropriate use of funding.Sign Up to Volunteer