Why building age-friendlier communities is more important than ever – Globe and Mail
As recently as January, the Economist noted that 2020 marks the ‘decade of the old,’ acknowledging that the impact of the baby boom — those born between 1946 and 1965 — is finally being felt around the world, as healthcare professionals, policy makers and marketing practitioners alike come to grips with the long-awaited ‘grey tsunami.’
Cohousing 102 is now LIVE on YouTube“Cohousing 102: Taking Action, Taking Risks,” builds on the content of Cohousing 101 by raising questions and considerations for those interested in the concept of cohousing.How do your values, sense of place and timing fit with cohousing?- What are your...
New Financing Model for Cohousing
The Community Wealth Fund is a financial mechanism that has the potential to make homeownership in Cohousing financially more accessible.
Coverage on CBC: A closer look at how cohousing works
Creating your own neighbourhood and interacting with people around you, that’s the essence of cohousing. An interview with Kristopher Stevens, Executive Director of Cohousing Options Canada on CBC’s UpNorth.
Le cohabitat : vivre plus près de ses voisins (Radio-Canada)
Pourquoi vivre en cohabitat? Une entrevue avec Jean Lalonde et Joanne Vincent, membres du groupe de cohabitat Sweetfern Cohousing à Sudbury.