Salt Spring Solutions

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Salt Spring Solutions is a convenor for problem-solving community dialogue and collaborative development of solutions to local challenges. We work to identify key issues that need attention, open up closed or obscure decision-making processes to a wider audience, and invite people to use their stories, their voices and their actions to get involved and make a real difference. We build alliances and organize collaborations among diverse groups, organizations and local government bodies to create equitable solutions to our community’s biggest challenges.

Who cares?

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🌕 🦕 Who cares?⁠

We do that’s who. And that’s why we wrote this book of beliefs when we launched 10 years ago. It’s what sets us apart. And what will set you apart when you join forces with us. Profound philosophy or mere nonsense? Decide for yourself.⁠

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Edison’s Inn Feature

Discover the transformation of 48 Ontario Street into the beloved Edison's Inn in Stratford, where Thomas Edison once laid his head. A glimpse into history and modern luxury. Check out the Globe & Mail's front-page feature in the real estate section. Link in bio.

Discover the transformation of 48 Ontario Street into the beloved Edison’s Inn in Stratford, where Thomas Edison once laid his head. A glimpse into history and modern luxury. Check out the Globe & Mail’s front-page feature in the real estate section. Link in bio.

I fell out

This is really embarrassing.

An amazing short film we saw at Toronto Outdoor Picture Show at Christie Pits.

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Designlines: Next Gen Homes

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Designlines 2023 Sustainable Design Issue. Tour ingenious low-impact and future-thinking homes by top local talents, including longtime client and collaborator ZZ Contracting (cover).

Is ‘Singularity’ Here?

Stanley Kubrick consulted I.J. Good on HAL, the benign-turned-malevolent computer in “2001: A Space Odyssey” — an early example of the porous borders between computer science and science fiction.