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What attracted you to become a member?
A friend talked about the organization and I was attracted by the core mission and the fact that you can interact with like-minded individuals.
If you are from the Ottawa area, in what neighbourhood area do you live (i.e. Nepean, Centre Town, Glebe, Vanier, etc.)
Byward Market area
Would you like to be part of a transition initiative in your neighbourhood?
Depends on what is required
What issues are you interested in (Check as many as apply)?
Alternative vehicles, Solar/wind energy, Greening Ottawa, Public transport
What are your skills (Professional and amateur)?
I am a chemical engineering that has experience in water purification technologies.
How would you like to see Ottawa look and feel in the future?
I believe one of the major issues is transportation and alternative vehicles. I think people want to transition to public transport (many are already doing it) but if they have to take 3 buses and wait 20 minutes for one of them, they think it becomes too difficult and resort to take the car instead.

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At 1:16pm on April 12, 2015, Bruno Serra said…

Hello Dear,

How is everything with you,I picked interest on you after going through your short profile,I have something very vital to disclose to you,but I found it difficult to express myself here,since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on( the full details.

Have a nice day.

Bruno Serra.

At 6:56pm on June 18, 2010, Gabriel Thibault said…
Welcome aboard Gabriela! I'm very glad you joined.

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