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What is a Transition Town?

Dundas Ontario in Transition is a non-profit organization committed to making our world a better place. Our goal is to promote sustainable living by building strong and resilient communities.

Dundas, Ontario, is a community of 25,000 nestled in the heartland of the Golden Horseshoe bounded by Toronto, Hamilton and Niagara in central Ontario, Canada. Residents of the Valley Town are minutes away from picturesque natural beauty, surrounded by the Niagara Escarpment, Dundas Valley Conservation Area, Christie Lake Conservation Area, Cootes Paradise and the Royal Botanical Gardens. Numerous hiking trails, including the famous Bruce Trail, take you to some of the 121 waterfalls in the Hamilton area, including Webster's Falls, Tews Falls, Tiffany Falls and Borer's Falls.

Dundas Ontario in Transition embraces the developing concept of Transition Towns as presented by the work of Rob Hopkins, The Transition Network Ltd., and the initiatives of Transition Town Kinsale in Ireland and Transition Town Totnes in England. For more information on these initiatives please see our link on Resources.


 

 

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Dundas Town Hall
60 Main St
Dundas, Ontario, Canada L9H 2P8

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