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Michelle Colussi
June 1, 2011

It’s that time of year for outdoor pursuits and gardening – in spite of our cooler weather! Transition Towns are playing an active part in strengthening local food awareness, access and self-reliance. Here’s what I found in a quick scan of Transition Town websites in Canada.

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Ethel Côté
May 18, 2011

Depuis quelques années, j’ai le privilège de travailler avec un groupe de gens novateurs, dynamiques qui n’ont pas froid aux yeux. Contre vent et marée, ils ont toujours retroussé leurs manches, regardé froidement le contexte, analysé les enjeux et exploré les diverses stratégies, les initiatives, les partenariats à mettre en place pour contribuer au développement structurant de l’ensemble de la communauté nunavoise.

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Michelle Colussi
April 29, 2011

At our check-in for the last Transition Victoria Initiating Committee meeting, members talked about what they were getting out of participation in the Committee. We were thinking about our almost 2.5 years of twice monthly meetings, a desire to meet less often, and sharing with the 3 new members who had joined us for their first meeting. The answer was clear: hope.

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Mike Lewis
April 5, 2011

Welcome to the new website of the Canadian Centre for Community Renewal! 

Two years in the making, it is key to CCCR’s mission – to craft solutions and adaptations to the critical challenges facing communities here in Canada and around the world, due to the repercussions of climate change and peak oil.

A major purpose of the site is to serve as homebase for the ejournal i4 that we launched last September. i4 has four tasks before it, each starting with an “i” (thus the name) …