The 15-Minute Cities concept proposes that all basic services and amenities, such as schools, grocery stores, and healthcare facilities, should be located within a 15-minute walk or bike ride from one\'s home. While this may seem like a noble idea in theory, the reality is that it would require significant urban planning and redevelopment efforts, potentially resulting in higher housing costs and limited access to certain services in some areas.
Moreover, the 15-Minute Cities concept originated in China, where the government has a history of exerting control over its citizens movements and activities. It is not difficult to see how the implementation of such an approach in Canada could potentially impinge on our freedom of movement and choice of residence.
As Canadians, we value our fundamental rights and freedoms, including the right to choose where we live, work, and access services. It is therefore crucial that we reject any attempts to impose the 15-Minute Cities concept on our communities.
Join us in standing up for our rights and saying no to the China way. Sign our petition today to make your voice heard.
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