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December 1 2018
2033 Beach Avenue

"Eating & Meeting Party" was our NSG project with the intention of connecting residents of the building through a party, eating delicious food, and exchanging ideas about our building and our community.

I have lived in my building for about seven years and have met many of the residents briefly, just saying Hi and Bye. This project was a perfect ground for many of us to have the time and opportunity to get to know each other. The residents were coming from different backgrounds so we could celebrate diversity and strengthens the sense of belonging.

December 1 2018
2033 Beach Avenue

"No to Plastic Bags!" was a project intending to encourage the community to eliminate the usage of plastic bags.

November 30 2018
Amicae Housing Co-Op

The Amicae Housing Co-Op community held a bee-friendly planting event in July of 2018. Dozens of bee-friendly perennial flowers and pots were set up in the community courtyard along with soil and tools ready for planting. Neighbours planted a variety of flowers in pots to feed the local bee population and took them back to their patios and balconies. Neighbours who were not able to attend or were unable to participate were treated to plants delivered to their doors.

November 30 2018
Amicae Housing Co-Op

The Amicae Housing Co-Op community held a bee-friendly planting event in July of 2018. Dozens of bee-friendly perennial flowers and pots were set up in the community courtyard along with soil and tools ready for planting. Neighbours planted a variety of flowers in pots to feed the local bee population and took them back to their patios and balconies. Neighbours who were not able to attend or were unable to participate were treated to plants delivered to their doors.

November 30 2018
Amicae Housing Co-Op

The Amicae Housing Co-Op community held a bee-friendly planting event in July of 2018. Dozens of bee-friendly perennial flowers and pots were set up in the community courtyard along with soil and tools ready for planting. Neighbours planted a variety of flowers in pots to feed the local bee population and took them back to their patios and balconies. Neighbours who were not able to attend or were unable to participate were treated to plants delivered to their doors.

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