In 2012, an article in Troy Media entitled How Transition is starting to rebuild Ontario looked at the 30 Transition initiatives underway in the province. The author, Bruce Stewart, wrote:
“For Ontario, the Transition movement has the potential to do what it’s done in the UK: be the engine to rally a new, relocalised, vibrant and sustainable economy, and communities with staying power in tough times”.
Today we visit one of those initiatives, Transition Town Peterborough, and discuss with Cheryl Lyon (see above right, standing), a volunteer with the group, how the group resources its work, and how it thinks about resources in different ways. I started by asking here to give a potted history of Peterborough Transition?