What’s New!

We’re Updating Our Resilient Streets Toolkit
and We’d Like Your Help

Do you know about or have you read or heard about any inspiring examples or stories of neighbours voluntarily collaborating together on their street or in their apartment or condominium buildings to build connections between neighbours, improve their block, and help build resilience? We’d like to hear about them!

Please send links to any examples of activities, stories, or implementation guides/tools to toolkit@resilientneighbourhoods.ca by February 10th, 2017. Click here to read more details about what we’re looking for.

Check out our do-it-yourself manual for integrating comedy and resilience!

Laughing Allowed! – A How-to Guide for Making a Physical Comedy Show to Build Neighbourhood Resilience



See all the videos from the show here.



Resilient Streets Resource Kit_for Web-thumbDownload the Building Resilient Neighbourhoods “Resilient Streets Toolkit here. It includes information about resilience, different types of practical actions that small groups can take, examples of successful projects that people have done in their buildings or on their streets, information about supports we can offer you and your group, and loads of links to useful resources.


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Read our report on Strengthening Neighbourhood Resilience: Opportunities for Communities and
Local Government