Like others, I find Canadian winters difficult for many reasons. Yet it is precisely when we are in the midst of a snow or freezing rain storm that I head into the woods, often alone. I find that the best way to gain insight is to go inward.. and there is no better guide than nature. The process of going inwards helps me be the person I need to be – to go to the heart of a challenge no matter how difficult and to vision the next best steps for me. Read the Jan edition of Elsii E-News.
Durham Region Non-Profit Housing Corporation is working on a pilot project to bring affordable micro homes to the region. A 320 sq ft converted shipping container home currently resides in the DRNPHC parking lot in Oshawa. The compact home is completely accessible and has everything that is needed to live with dignity at an affordable cost. 1COMMUNITY1 is excited to continue working with DRNPHC to help them advance the important goals of their organization.
|As part of the Do It in Durham line-up, the Spark Centre held a fireside chat with strong female founders at Little Beasts Brewing Co. in Whitby. CEO of the Spark Centre, Sherry Colbourne moderated a discussion with a panel of amazing women including Carissa Stewart of Wondermakr, Diane Kellow of Durham Recruiting, Natasha Cultraro of Investor’s Choice Property Management and Erin Broadfoot of Little Beasts.|