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Carole Lyne Robin is an impressive and inspiring woman and we love that she has designed her life around what is most important to her.

She’s a freelance photographer who helped build her own tiny house so that she could afford to live where she wants (off-grid in the bush!) and spend more time with the people and projects she loves.

She Built Her Dream Tiny House To Live Life Her Way

Northern Robin Tiny House 1

Image © Exploring Alternatives

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The town council of Amherstburg recently voted to allow tiny homes on foundations with a minimum 323-square-feet (30-square-meters) minimum and within 20 meters distance from the primary dwelling, according to the Windsor Star.

Tiny homes take many different shapes and forms, even when it comes to zoning and real estate. One way to get legal tiny houses back on the map is through RV parks, right? That’s one way. Another way to do it is through ADUs (Accessory Dwelling Units), also known as guest houses, secondary dwellings, accessory structures, and the like.

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Town of Amherstburg Votes to Allow ADU Tiny Homes

Family sized DADUs in Seattle via microhouse and the Seattle Backyard Cottage Blog

© microhouseNW – see article here – Top 5 tiny and small house trends in Seattle

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This is the Mt. Tolmie Tiny House by Island Life Tiny Homes. It was designed and built by four architectural students who wanted to provide a solution to British Columbia’s rising real estate costs.

Island Life Tiny Homes was established in January of 2016 by four visionary architectural students determined to provide an affordable, but elegant housing solution in British Columbia’s soaring housing marketing.

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The Mt. Tolmie Tiny House by Island Life Tiny Homes

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This is the Millennial Tiny House w/ 280 sq. ft. of space inside.

It’s built by True North Tiny Homes. Take the tour and learn more below.

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280 Sq. Ft. Millennial Tiny House by True North Tiny Homes Out Of Ontario, Canada

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This is Alfie the A-frame. It’s a not-so-tiny A-frame cabin vacation in Sechelt which is in British Columbia.

It’s available to book on Airbnb, but wouldn’t it be awesome to build and live in something like this?

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Alfie the A-frame Cabin in Sechelt

Alfie the A-frame on Airbnb 001

Images via Gary And Jen/Airbnb

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This is to announce a new TV series on Canadians living in tiny homes and other alternative houses too called HomeMade: Dwelling Differently. It’s a new four-part series premiering online and on TELUS Optik TV. It already started so you can already start catching up on episodes if you’d like.

The four-part series features Canadians doing home differently in BC and Alberta; individuals and families who have spent a great deal of time and energy to reimagine what it means to build a home within their environment and society.

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Canadian TV series on tiny house living (and other alternative homes) called HomeMade: Dwelling Differently

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