#WinterLovePEI – A Story of How Ordinary Citizens Are Improving Winter and Charlottetown

 

Hello everyone,

It’s been a while, but I’m back!  I’ve been busy with a number of things, and I’ve really wanted to keep blogging, sharing, learning. So here we are!

One of the things I’ve been busy with is the #WinterAction Campaign. The Event page details are found by clicking here.

Also, check out Discover Charlottetown’s rad photo contest here, great prizes galore!

This Campaign is about answer “What would Charlottetown (or your community) look like if we took full advantage of Winter? How would our lives change?”

In short, often we hear negative comments about winter, about shovelling, about the cold, the darkness. And this campaign is all about, what does Winter Offer us? What makes Winter Unique?

I personally love winter, and having gone to Scandanavia and lived in Québec for the Carnaval, I know how much Winter has to offer. This video shares a bit about the campaign, where it came about.

The “lesson in leadership” for me here, is to show what Fusion Charlottetown is doing, taking action and making Charlottetown a better place. It reflects my thoughts on leadership and one of my favourite quotes:

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”

Margaret Mead

Share in comments what your winter stories are and how you’re going to enjoy winter this year!

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