On a neighbourhood level there is much we can do transition to more environmentally sustainable and resilient way of living. As neighbours we can inspire and support each other in this work by sharing ideas, practices, and hope. Even if some aren’t planning for an immediate project, knowing about the available options is a start for … More Let’s organize a ‘walk & learn’
Happy new year neighbours! It’s been a while since we posted much of anything, but there will be lots of developments in & around the neighbourhood to keep us busy again in 2022. Staff will be bringing forward a recommendation on the 134-152 Shanley Street development to the February 7th Planning & Strategic Initiatives Committee meeting. … More Public Meeting for 134-152 Shanley Street via Zoom
Hello all! I hope all your fall transitions and new routines are going smoothly now that we are well into October. This post is to let you know about a Love My Hood matching grant recently received for Expanding Our Relations: Indigenous Placemaking in the Park. Since the project is just getting underway this is … More Love My Hood Grant received for “Expanding Our Relations: Indigenous Placemaking in the Park”
This is the question everyone answers during the first week back to school, right? Thankfully summer isn’t over yet!! Download and print this activity page, fill it in with all your artistic talents. Maybe you are a ProCreate wizard and can create a digital submission. Or maybe watercolour is your medium of choice. Whatever it … More How I spent my summer…
Guest post from Carl Simpson & Anna-Marie Larsen who have been doing a great deal of communication, coordination, navigation and engagement with neighbours and the City of Waterloo on the ODC development, Spurline Common by Reid’s Homes (corner of Moore & Roger). You can find previous posts from 2017 & 2018 about the development here. … More Is participation in city-led planning processes a waste of time?