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Caledon Day 2013: Part 3 – Quenching Our Thirst

During the hot summer afternoon spent at Caledon Day, we gratefully came across the Quench Buggy, a mobile water station that connects to local municipal water sources and allows accessibility to clean water at any event or anywhere you would need clean drinking water. It was great to see this at a town event in […]

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My Four-Municipality Ride – A bike tour from Mississauga to Hamilton

It was late in the afternoon on Sunday this past weekend, as I was in the final stages of planning my Sustainable Day-Cation to Mississauga (be sure to watch for the posts in the coming weeks!), when I was struck by a whim.  To celebrate Pollution Probe‘s Clean Air Commute Week, I decided to cycle […]

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My Sustainable Day-Cation in Oakville Part 4: Wonderful, Walkable Downtown

To my mind, nothing embodies a healthy community like a vibrant downtown.  I can’t name a single city I’ve ever been to or lived in that I liked that didn’t have a downtown characterized by flocks of people, interesting shops and, perhaps most importantly, a lot of pedestrian infrastructure. Downtown Oakville and the Kerr Village […]

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My Sustainable Day-Cation in Burlington Day 4: Trash!

Trash.  Junk.  Garbage.  Everyone knows it’s there, but nobody wants to talk about it.  Well, that’s all changing in Burlington.  They want everyone to talk about it.  They want everyone in the City to come out and join their Community Clean Up and Green Up event, coordinated by BurlingtonGreen  this Saturday, April 21st.  They want […]

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