Something for Everyone
About The Ville
The Ville Cooperative aims to provide the community with progressive, health-related opportunities by taking a holistic approach to renewable energy, food security, physical literacy, and empowerment through social innovation.
Our goal is to create an inclusive and supportive space for recreation, education, sustainability practices, arts and culture programs, and more.
By partnering with like-minded individuals, as well as fostering a safe space for the community, we are ultimately working towards the emergence of societal structures that provide security, wisdom, and encourage both responsibility and well-being in all.
Learn about some of our current projects and programs or support us by volunteering or donating!
The goal of iGenNB is to enhance quality of life and provide affordable housing and mentorship through connection and co-living.
We want to empower the community to make a difference and are always looking for volunteers.
The Ville is in need of some replacement tools for our woodshop and gardens to put on classes and projects.
Whether you have an idea and want to build a prototype, an artist looking for shared studio space, or an experienced builder looking to meet some new people, the Learning Lab is the place for you.
The Learning Lab
iGenNB Online Cooking Series
Join iGenNB for a free online cooking series!
For the month of July we will be hosting online multigenerational cooking classes every Tuesday at 6.30pm!
Local chefs and home cooks will demonstrate techniques and recipes in an interactive online class. You can sit back with a cool drink and enjoy the show while expanding your culinary knowledge and making new connections in our community!
For those interested we will also have a private Facebook group so we can try out our new skills between classes and share!
Register here for this free series
You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 506-457-1717
Our wonderful Research Assistants from STU spoke about iGenNB on a podcast in March this year.
Click the link to take a listen and learn more about the project!