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September 05, 2009

Peterborough Named the Fifth Most Walkable City in Canada by WestJet's in-flight Magazine

Peterborough has been named the fifth most walkable city in Canada by Up, WestJet's inflight magazine (Peterborough Examiner: "The city that walks"). Vancouver, Toronto, Victoria, and Halifax, took top honours.

This should serve as an important reminder to those who view green space in the city as missed opportunities for development that Peterborough is most marketable as a green city.

That will be an important point to bear in mind during the months ahead when the Master Plan concerning the future of Little Lake is brought back to City Hall.

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