As a human living in a community, it is normal to have complaints or concerns about the way our community is governed; however, very often, individuals don't know how to go about fixing the problems they see. It all boils down to the issue of governance. How should we go about governing ourselves, sharing resources and making decisions in our communities? These are questions that people spend their entire lives studying, and the truth is, there is no right or wrong answer; however, through the study of various disciplines such as sociology, political science, and law, we can gain a better... [+] Read more
In the article "A Montreal Meals-on-Wheels Program is Closing the Food Waste Loop" posted to Civil Eats by Meridith Bethune, you can read abut some of the amazing tings Sentropol Roulant has accomplished through their Meals on Weels program, such as feeding hundreds of montrealers that suffer from loss of autonomy, and making a big impact on the environment and their comunity. Read more at: http://civileats.com/2017/03/03/a-montreal-meals-on-wheels-program-closi...
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Cold winters, torturous traffic, and road construction as far as the eye can see… If you're a Montrealer, you've probably had to deal with all this and much more, but what if i told you that their’s a more important issue you've ever even considered, an issue that if solved, could play a vital role in achieving sustainability, which means less traffic jams, a better environment, and an over all improved sense of community. The problem I'm talking about is that of Icy bike paths.
In an article published February 8, 2017, to the Montreal Gazette, author Jason Magder writes about a group of... [+] Read more