Don’t Be Evil (or rude)

Somehow we missed National Etiquette Week (May 7-11), but thanks to Toronto’s Christopher Rouleau from The Urban Etiquette Project we can politely make amends. Back in December 2011, Rouleau launched the Toronto Etiquette Project, which involved a set of hand-out cards that gently reminded Toronto residents to treat each other with courtesy. Now thanks to popular demand he has created the U.E.P. to help city dwellers around the world behave in a more civilized manner.

You can download your own cards at Rouleau’s website.

© Christopher Rouleau

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