Public Meeting! October 4th, 7:30pm at the Barbour Living Heritage Village. This meeting is in partnership with the Town of New-Wes-Valley, Barbour Living Heritage and the University of Toronto. Professor Matthew Brown with a group of 12 graduate-level architecture and landscape architecture students will continue researching our rural area with the purpose of understanding how design can aid in economic diversification and regeneration. We invite residents to attend this workshop where we can learn from you -the community. You will have the opportunity to share experiences, ideas, and insight into what makes NL so special.