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Check out ‘Trick or Treat a Neighbourhood Walk’ Oct. 29

Discover some streets nominated as favourites for trick-or-treat streets and chat about what might make them great for Hallowe’ening and how those same attributes affect our daily life
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The “trick or treat test” posits that neighbourhoods that are great for trick-or-treating are also great to live in.

What are the best neighbourhoods in Greater Sudbury for trick-or-treating and why? What does that say about what it’s like to live there?

What kind of things would make neighbourhoods even better to live in, and what are some exciting examples from other cities?

Come out to the Trick or Treat a Neighbourhood Walk, Saturday, Oct. 29, and join Coalition for a Liveable Sudbury for a community walk and conversation. 

Meet at the entrance of Lo-Ellen Park Secondary School (275 Loach’s Rd.) at 2 p.m. (register online here).

During the walk, discover some streets nominated as favourites for trick-or-treat streets and chat about what might make them great for Hallowe’ening and how those same attributes affect our daily life.

Explore the wider neighbourhood and hear about some inspiring and thought-provoking examples of transformational city-led changes from elsewhere. Come out for a fun, family-friendly walk and some great conversation. 

The route will include neighbourhood streets (with and without sidewalks), Loach’s Road, and some LU greenspace trails.

Families can also participate in a kid-friendly “I spy” activity during the walk if they choose.

The walk and discussion will wrap up by 4 p.m. back in front of Lo-Ellen Park Secondary School.

“We are excited for this community walk and the interesting conversations it will be sure to spark,” says Naomi Grant of Coalition for a Liveable Sudbury.