Are you looking for a home and a community? Cohousing could be your answer. Prairie Spruce Commons Cohousing, Regina’s first cohousing community, began construction at 1625 Badham Boulevard, June 16th 2017. We are currently welcoming new members and pre-selling units.
What is cohousing?
Cohousing is a lifestyle that provides the perfect combination of privacy and community. It is a creative way for people to have beautiful private units and shared common space. It is a neighborhood in a unique green building and healthy environment.
Travel and Cohousing
Travel & cohousing… Do the two go together? From where I’m sitting, on this red rock at the shoreline whereRead more.
A Little Give and Take
Prairie Spruce Commons met this weekend with a daunting task. We found the unit prices that we were getting toRead more.
Consensus Decision Making
I have chaired many committees and have lots of experience with Robert’s Rules of Order. When I first heard aboutRead more.
Bike Sharing at Cohousing Community
It is a gorgeous spring day (soon) and you feel like taking a bike ride around the lake. There isRead more.
Creating Community Lines
Look for the lines; look for the lines on the landscape, and where those lines intersect, that is the heart of yourRead more.
On the eve of a momentous decision
It is an exciting time here at Prairie Spruce. We are awaiting the presentation of the results of our schematicRead more.
Looper Cocktails at PSC
Tonight PSC had it’s first (of many we hope) Looper cocktail party. At a Looper cocktail party each person bringsRead more.
Our first official information session
On a cold Tuesday evening this previous week, Prairie Spruce held our first information session. It was held at theRead more.
Cohousing Information at Atlantis Coffeehouse
Prairie Spruce Commons is holding an information session about Co-housing, a better way to live. This session will include anRead more.
The Danes are doing it, the Swedes are doing it, and even the seniors in Saskatoon are doing it
We have been invited to speak with Sheila Coles of CBC Radio. Tune in to the Morning Edition on Tuesday morningRead more.