A DemoCamp for Victoria?

March 1, 2008 at 10:33 am | In DemoCampVictoria, democampvictoria01, urbanism, victoria, writing | 2 Comments

Mark Lise wants Victoria to have its own DemoCamp, and he has been busy trying to find a downtown locale that can accommodate it. See his blog entry from Feb.26/08, DemoCampVictoria Chapter for more details.

From my urbanist perspective, it’s really important that this event is held downtown, in the city, instead of moving into the fields of suburban Saanich. To that end, I’ve been busy the last couple of days writing emails to a few people about possibly donating space for, oh, say two hours? Unfortunately I haven’t heard back from anyone, but it’s still early days and hence I’m optimistic.

In other news, I’m now officially behind in getting my April FOCUS Magazine article written, which is why posting to the blog has slowed down and will be slow until I’ve figured out how I can hone in (with 800 words) on a topic that could easily expand much further.

2 Comments

  1. Urbanist perspective? Victoria is so small I didn’t know those concepts applied 😉

    Comment by Lloyd Budd — April 2, 2008 #

  2. Oh, you’d be surprised!

    Comment by Yule — April 2, 2008 #

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