Live in Montreal Tonight at 7pm

If you are in Montreal and would like to hear me speak, tonight is your chance!

I'll be giving a talk called "Exceptions that change the rules." I'll be using stories from cities in Canada, the US, and South Africa to look at how municipalities and communities go beyond marginal changes and help create what I'm calling "deeply sustainable" cities.

 i.e. cities that do more than make minor tweaks around the edges and start to get at more transformative and innovative goals.

It will be at 7pm, Oct. 3, at the Westmount Public Library (4574 Sherbrooke O., Westmount).  All the details are also in the poster (.pdf)

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1 Response to "Live in Montreal Tonight at 7pm"

Alex Aylett said... 4 October 2012 at 10:12

Thanks to everyone who came out last night. It was a full house and a great audience.

Also a big thank you to Maureen Lafrenière for coordinating the event.

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