How do you define COMMUNITY?
Regardless of geographic location, our
communities are formed by the individual day-to-day choices we all
make. Whether it's joining the high school computer club or sports
team, supporting an environmental group or politician, moving to a new
housing project, choosing a school for our children, or joining a
local church group, our individual actions help define the communities
in which we live.
Many of our decisions to live more
sustainably are shaped by the community resources available to us such
as public transit, access to shops and restaurants, water and sewer,
friends and family, health care, schools, services for seniors, and
recreational opportunities. But do we define communities or do they
If you are a Canadian resident and can
spare a few minutes, please consider completing the online Community
Liveability Survey at http://www.survey.crcresearch.org/index.php?sid=2 . Your responses could well help shape the world
you leave to your children and grandchildren.
Five randomly chosen respondents
will win an Apple iPod shuffle®. Your response is CONFIDENTIAL.
You will only be asked to identify yourself if you wish to register to
win the Apple iPod shuffle® and you will not be contacted by anyone
unless you win.
If you have questions, please don't
hesitate to e-mail Chris Ling at firstname.lastname@example.org and PLEASE feel free to share this Survey link
with ALL your friends, family and colleagues.