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Recoding a Longevity Society: Age Inclusive Communities

The evolution of community is every generation’s project. One of the main themes that has emerged strongly for me, through the nearly seven years of this blog has been what I have categorized up to now – aging and community design. Part of that story here has pivoted around the Age-Friendly Cities movement as proposed

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Aging: Intent and Independence – 2

One urban aging trend featured in a recent CBC News expose was about the growing number of  boomers who are making the decision (with what appeared to be solo intent); to downsize from their current home to a smaller, more manageable, containable space – while at the same time maintaining their independence. Condominium living was

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