Social media campaign: #ThisIsNotOK and #MoreOfThis
There is much that I love about our neighbourhoods, and much that I don’t. I’m sure it’s the same for all of you.
Some of the things I don’t like are shameful and downright wrong. I hear many people (some who live in our hood and others who don’t) say these things would not be tolerated in other neighbourhoods. I think they are right.
At the same time, there is so much great stuff happening in our communities—the people, the social connections, the community building. The initiatives are also fantastic, and so are the mature trees, diversity of houses, history, and ethnic businesses.
Below I’m sharing both items: the good and the bad. I will also share them on social media with the hashtags #MoreOfThis for the good and #ThisIsNotOK for the bad. I encourage you to also share items with these hashtags and tag @RatCreekPress and any other appropriate parties such as @CityofEdmonton, @EdmontonPolice, @YourAlberta, and so on.
Featured Image: Two houses sit abandoned, rotting, and derelict at 115 Avenue and Fort Road. On one of them, the dormer on the roof has collapsed. They have open or broken windows and the structures are open to the elements. The houses have been like this for years. | Karen Mykietka
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