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The Importance of Urban Parks

One of the difficulties of living in a big city like Toronto or the GTA is the lack of proximal green spaces. There are of course parks in and around the city such as High Park and Trinity Bellwoods. But for those who don’t live close enough to green spaces such as these, urban parks […]

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My Sustainable Day-Cation in Halton Hills Day 4 – Great, Green downtown Georgetown

After seeing the great work that’s been done on Devereaux house, I was pretty excited to see what was next on my little tour of Halton Hills.  I was eagerly anticipating our next stop, and it really delivered in a big way. Downtown Georgetown is an absolute gem in the GTHA: historic storefronts, charming shops […]

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My sustainable Day-Cation in Halton Hills Day 2: Wild Willow Park!

Nestled in the middle of Halton Hills is the Willow Park Ecology Centre, a beautiful little hidden gem.  It sits upon the bank of the creek, features abundant natural vegetation, a beautiful bridge, and fantastic learning opportunities for kids and adults alike.  Willow Park is run by a group of dedicated volunteers and staff who […]

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My Sustainable Day-Cation in Mississauga, Day 4: O’Connor Park

Ok, I have to admit it. After my amazing trip to the Garry W. Morden Centre, seeing fire training facilities and places where they stage major propane explosions, heading to a park seemed a bit ho-hum. But as soon as I showed up to O’Connor park, I knew that it wasn’t just any park I […]

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