|Information, Please: Cohousing in (1) Montreal or (2) Toronto||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: John Gear (catalystpacifier.com)|
|Date: Thu, 27 Apr 95 21:27 CDT|
I am posting a request for a friend who is a dual US/Canadian city who is preparing to return to the land of his roots up North. He is a highly skilled software developer with a background in mathematics and the Peace Corps. He wants to move to Quebec City but thinks that, having grown up in the US, he should first move to Montreal and get acclimated to being a Canadian again (a status he had for only a few months). As a second choice he would probably go to Toronto which has advantages for him as well (closer to family in the States). He is studying French diligently and getting ready to make this big life change. He really wants to get over the language barrier and is listening to short wave to help that as well. I mentioned this list and he was excited about the possibility of being able to contact someone in or interested in cohousing in either of his main choices. I think he would be an outstanding addition to any group; gentle, superintelligent, curious, open-minded, and well-mannered. He is fairly introverted but not in a withdrawn way. His name is Jeff Nye and you can reach him at jpnye [at] delphi.com I hope that some of you in those areas will contact him. Thanks very much. John Gear (catalyst [at] pacifier.com) All censorships exist to prevent anyone from challenging current conceptions and institutions. All progress is initiated by challenging conceptions and executed by supplanting existing institutions. Consequently the first condition of progress is the removal of censorships. There is the whole case against censorship in a nutshell. --G. B. Shaw
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