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Could Dawson Creek be home to the ideal community?

A woman in Dawson Creek is trying to build the ideal community.

Barbara Swail thinks the secret lays in "co-housing", a neighbourhood that is designed in the style of a village that maximizes green space and clustered living, right down to a shared kitchen.

"You wind up with this tight-knit, friendly neighbourhood," she says.

(image: Co-housing projects are designed by the people who will live in them (cohousing.ca))

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