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Hello again,

Team Windsor Revivers are back one last time with our final blog.

   The semester is almost over and it has been fantastic! As a group we have been conquering all the ups and downs and realizing the challenges we face in order to achieve our goals.  This week we tried something new on the Facebook page. We decided to make our survey questions available one question a day as a status update open to your feedback. This step allows us to ask the necessary questions needed to finalize our statistical report. Although the course is almost at end, the Facebook page will continue to be up and running. We will be keeping our open-ended research active until sometime in December.

   The team has been meeting outside class time more frequently in order to prepare our display for the Green Corridor Exhibition that will take place between the 27th of November and the 7th of December. The Exhibition will feature our research in an artistic way and we are excited to share it with everyone. We invite our readers to join us, as well as all the other teams in our class, in the event. Another major point to mention this week, regarding the exhibition, is that we have been working diligently on a model representation of some of the more popular ideas that were shared with us.  The model has proven to be quite a task and we have gone from one idea of it being encased in a cardboard box to the next idea of putting it on the wall somehow. We had the pleasure of discussing our display in great detail with our wonderful and encouraging instructors on Thursday this week and it really helped us to conceptualize what we wish to express to you. Their contributions started us on a path that, hopefully, will amount to a very exciting display. We are meeting over the weekend to make the final plans and put it all together.

   Finally, we would like to thank you for coming back each week to read our blog. We also thank you for visiting us on our Facebook page and sharing your ideas and opinions. Our research has taken us on an unforgettable journey that has helped us to truly understand what appeals to the citizens of Windsor, Ontario and we have learned many new skills, not only from each other but also from the many different processes we have gone through to get to the end results.

If you would like to continue to share with us after this point you can always visit our Facebook page at : https://www.facebook.com/WhatDoesWIndsorWant .

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