Category Archives: cooperation

We made some babies…

out of cookie! (But really, we watched a documentary and talked about the decisions related to giving birth – ex. home birth, hospital birth, cesarian – and the opposing philosophies) Advertisements

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Livin’

How should, could or does one live? The options are endless…

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Fun in the Park!

At our last Salon we chatted about Baby Boomers vs Gen Y in Trinity Bellwoods Park. Click here to see the findings. Mmmm, chips and cider.  Could we look more attentive?

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Done with being vertical?

It’s time to get sideways. The main goal of the Civic Salon is to promote something called ‘sideways learning’. The intent of sideways learning is to acknowledge that everyone has the capacity to be part of the decision-making and solution-creating … Continue reading

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Transportation makes it happen

A play on the famous words from the Sesame Street¬†song about cooperation, transportation can also make great things happen. Transportation is essential for regional growth, integration and development – a well connected city can lead to great things. And that … Continue reading

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