Roles and mandate

The Regional Table for Integrated Resource and Territory Management of the Outaouais (TRGIRTO) brings together close to twenty partners representing the various sectors of activity and interests in public land. Its roles and mandate are to:


The TRGIRTO is a privileged forum that brings together the actors of the public forest territory in order to contribute to health, biodiversity conservation, the resilience and sustainability of this territory in the Outaouais through the collaborative participation of its members in the implementation of a sustainable and integrated management* of resources and the territory taking into account the inseparable nature of the social, environmental and economic dimensions of the sustainable development of this resource.

Integrated management* is a management method that seeks to include the interests, resources and constraints of all actors involved in the same field and environment. This prevents everyone from considering only their own concerns and responsibilities when making decisions.


Collaboration: strengthening the integrated and collaborative approach
Cohabitation: the importance of cohabitation, compromise and respect for all parties
Communication: better communication and listening to each other to better understand each other


  • Take into account the interests and concerns of users of the forest area when developing PAFIs
  • Ensure a consultation process within the framework of the development of the PAFIs
  • Contribute to the planning and implementation of integrated forest management


Collaborate with the Forest, Wildlife and Parks Ministry (MFFP) in the development of PAFI

  • by promoting the concertation of local actors and the harmonization of uses
  • by transmitting the concerns and aspirations of the local communities to the Forest Management Branch of the MFFP
  • by identifying the consensual objectives of protection and development of the resources and the land
  • by proposing measures to harmonize uses
  • participating in the development of tactical and operational integrated forest management plans (PAFI) for the development of resources in the forests of the State domain

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