Media Coverage continues to be generous. If you see an article or hear a comment that is not listed below, please let us know.
Interview on the eve our ground blessing ceremony.
- PSC receives award as an innovative project that has helped to increase the capacity for sustainable development in the Saskatchewan region. This award is from RCE Saskatchewan acknowledged by UNESCO and the United Nations University (www.saskrce.ca).
- PSC Newsletter – May ’14
- Henning Mortensen and Laurie Gillis are interviewed by CTV after information session at Connaught Library. Interviews was on the 11 oclock news and repeated the next morning.
- PSC Newsletter – April ’14
- “Intentional Community Opportunities – Colour It Green” is featured in Wholife’s March/April 2014 edition.
- International cohousing expert to present in Regina ChrisScottHanson brings 25+ years of cohousing experience to Regina- February 24, 2014
- Cohousing project a community of co-operation published in the Leader Post. February 19, 2014
- Thank you to BuzzCity.ca for helping to promote this Cohousing Event, and for the work they do in promoting the arts, culture, lifestyle and music scene in Regina and Saskatchewan – check them out @ buzzcity.ca.”
- PSC Newsletter – Feb ’14
- Prairie Spruce Commons appears in Whitmore Park Community Association’s “Whitmore Whistler”
- Prairie Spruce Commons appears in Cathedral Community Association’s “Village Voice.”
- CBC’s Sheila Coles interviews one member of Prairie Spruce Commons “The Morning Edition”
- CBC’s Sheila Coles interviews two members of Prairie Spruce Commons “The Morning Edition”
I remember the day well. I was working out at the university and was just getting into my car to go for lunch. I turned on the Radio and heard on CBC an interview with a woman who was talking about cohousing. She talked about the alienation of people from their neighbours and about how cohousing was a place where children could be children. I thought about my son, then in Grade 4. I thought about the neighbourhood friends I had when I was in Grade 4. Where we roamed around the neighbourhood and explored our town, I saw my son, sitting at home playing video games or being driven to his swimming lessons. I thought about how he didn’t know any kids in our neighbourhood. Cohousing sounded like the solution to both the alienation I felt and what I observed in my son. I am ecstatic that cohousing is finally coming to Regina. If not for my son, who will be close to graduating before the community is built, but for myself and for future families who can raise their children in cohousing. I look forward to great things that we can do as an authentic community. …Henning Mortensen