A conversation about youth and community engagement in Guelph1000 ConversationsMarch 7, 2013 - 10:51pm
This past Sunday I had the great opportunity to connect with a couple young leaders in Guelph and talk community. Inevitably the conversation turned to youth and in particular the local government’s engagement of youth.
A conversation with youth at the University of GuelphOff Campus LivingMarch 7, 2013 - 3:22pm
Having the discussion on community showed how, though each person in our peer group has a different definition based on their life experiences, all of the definitions had parts that overlapped. This discussion was challenging and inspiring...
Greetings! I’ve been thinking a lot about the concept of community and how it gets nurtured - especially among people who live close to each other. And I’ve recently written the attached “manifesto” to lay out my vision - so I can share it with others and get their comments and guidance to help with my journey in this arena.
Seniors reflecting on community in GuelphHeritage HouseMarch 7, 2013 - 10:17am
We started the conversation by reflecting back the old days regarding communities. Through this conversation we talked about immigration, the changes in community over the years and the role of technology in today's world.
Tamarack’s 2012 Annual Report by Paul BornPaul BornMarch 5, 2013 - 1:14pm
Over the past 10 years Tamarack has become active force for community change in Canada and beyond. We have built Canada’s largest learning community for collaborative leaders and also the largest network of cities working together to reduce poverty. As we look to the future...
Fifty years ago, most churches were strong and sometimes bursting at the seams. New churches were being built regularly. Today, the trend is the opposite as, particularly young people, shy away from the traditional church setting.
A community conversation with a business twist in Guelph1000 ConversationsMarch 1, 2013 - 12:07pm
This past Thursday I had the great privilege of talking community with Lloyd Longfield who is the President of Guelph’s Chamber of Commerce. He opened me up to a whole new way of seeing community through the eyes of business.