Neighbours

Waterloo Youth win UN award for their rap video inspired by Deepening Communities, exploring what brings people together and tears communities apart.
Great resources for neighbourhood organizing
The summer is a wonderful time to relax with a good book that will inspire you in the work that you are doing; it can be a time to dream and be rejuvenated. Below, find a list of the 8 books I recommend for neighbourhood organizing... Happy reading!
Community in its Simplicity
If I can seek out and collaborate to provide on-going opportunities for people to come together in ways that are inclusive of these families, so that they may seek and find belonging where they want to find it, there can be no higher purpose.
Reflections from a discussion between two community researchers
What this does is make the socially more beneficial choice easier. How do we use this knowledge to make policies, programs and practices that make building community the easy choice?
We are excited to share the new developments from the latest phase of 1000 Conversations.
Exploring a community in new and wonderful ways
Jane's Walk brings together friends, family and neighbours to explore communities from a variety of perspectives.
We are really excited to share the new and exciting developments from the latest phase of 1000 Conversations.
A community conversation among colleagues in Kitchener
Reflections on relationships, community and neighbours
An Exploration of the "Where We Lives Matters" Study in done in Halton, ON
A recording from our Neighbours Community of Practice call with Joey Edwardh about the report on neighbourhood development she lead with her team in Halton, ON.
A community conversation with a youth faith group in Guelph
We had a beautiful conversation over a potluck with a group of young Christians who had intentionally moved into a low income neighbourhood on Willow Road in Guelph as part of the Mov-In program.
A community conversation with a youth faith group in Guelph
We had a beautiful conversation over a potluck with a group of young Christians who had intentionally moved into a low income neighbourhood on Willow Road in Guelph as part of the Mov-In program.
Resource Type: Audio Seminar | Speaker: Jim Diers
In this upbeat podcast, listen as Jim shares his experiences, concerns, and hopes for what resilient, healthy and fun communities can, and do, look like!
A great "how-to" guide from the City of Edmonton
During this fall season, it is a great time for BBQs and neighbourhood celebrations before the weather gets too cold. Here is a fabulous guide on how to host a block party...
A reflection on a neighbourhood BBQ
Since first moving into my neighbourhood back in May I told myself that I wanted to have a BBQ to get to know the neighbours and help foster those relationships. However, there is a big difference between coming up with an idea and implementing it.