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A neighbourhood that develops and grows relationships between residents is a neighbourhood that nurtures community health and resilience. But how is this relationship-building achieved? What do neighbours value in their sense of “neighbourhood”? Kevin MacLean of the Upper Vic Neighbourhood Association and Aimee Benoit, PdD Candidate at the University of Lethbridge, will share their knowledge and experiences on the benefits of engaging neighbours around “place” and how to build that engagement from the ground up.
Join historian Dr. Stéphane Guevremont to discover the interaction and integration among people and institutions worldwide.
Join Chris Roedler as he will take you to Worlds Imagined through songs and stories. He will play songs that will take you to far away places while staying in the comfort of the museum.
Childhood is seen as a period of discovery characterized by imagination and freedom, yet children are regularly constrained by boundaries based on age, experience and geography.