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  1. Natalie, I love your tiny house. I appreciate the ambition, creativity and adventurous personalities that tiny house people possess 🙂 Would love to hear about your progress on the build and living in it 🙂 I would love to build tiny too.

  2. Très jolie comme rĂ©sultat, et tout semble pratique, l’escape est claire. Très bonne idĂ©e Ă  bons prix et Ă©cologique. FĂ©licitations

  3. I heard you on CBC this morning. Your tiny house looks fantastic! If I were your age again, that would be my choice of living. All the best for a long and happy life.

  4. Did you need per
    mission from the city of Dorval to do this? How much did it cost you? Do you have your own address? How does this work? Are you in one location for a tax year or will you move every six months?

    1. Because my tiny house is built on wheels, it is not a permanent structure and I did not need any permits to build and currently, there are no bylaws, that I am aware of, requiring permission to build a non permanent structure. I have been generously permitted to use the address of the house where Tiny Refuge is parked. I am not sure how to respond regarding the tax year as I don’t understand the relationship between taxes and how long I am staying in one place, that I believe you are asking about.

  5. What is the flooring material
    you have placed over the NuHeat flooring?
    Very excited to see a Canadian build.
    Love your design and materials.

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