Thought leaders for Neighbours: Policies and Programs
We are thrilled that Jim Diers will be joining us in less than a moth for the Neighbours:Policies and Programs event in Kitchener.
Moving to a new neighbourhood in Guelph
This past week I went through an experience that almost all of us go through at least once in our life time, and many of us go through several times. I moved into a new neighbourhood.
Learn more about this exciting celebration of neighbours
Neighbours Day is taking place March 23-24th in New Zealand. Our kiwi friends tell us more about why they are doing this...
The Neighbour Challenge continues.
A summary of a Tweet Chat with Angie Dedrick and Colleen Lamble from the City of St. Albert, AB, about engaged neighbourhoods.
"Getting to know you, getting to know all about you"
In this ongoing challenge, the author now asks, what are our excuses to not connect?
How St. Albert uses block parties to meet community goals
A small city in Alberta uses block parties as a cornerstone of their city-wide neighbourhood development strategy.
An excellent resource for thinking forward
A new idea for a great neighbourhood
About 40 people gathered last week in this really great neighborhood to discuss how we might grow better neighborhoods together. Three powerful ideas are in discussion.
Urban life means sharing spaces, whether it be hallways or front yards or streets. I've been so lucky here in Toronto to find a building filled with friendly faces and kind conversation....
how to assess the playfulness of your neighbours
Snow- how we move it, how we embrace it, how we play with it and curse it says so much about how we see the world. Snow guarantees that we will have an opportunity catch up with neighbours news like Donny's trip to Scotland to see the beloved granddaughter at Christmas time.
Neighbourhood Block Party on Henhoeffer Cres.
Despite the fact that we weren’t officially part of the block, we were welcomed into the community almost instantly...