DRA Neighbours Mailing List (DRA Listserv)
The DRA Interactive Neighbours Mailing List ( or “listserv”) is provided as a service to the neighbourhood to facilitate the exchange of information and ideas among Dunbar residents. It is an unmoderated email mailing list; all messages from registered subscribers that meet addressing and size (200K limit) requirements are automatically posted.
It is expected that subscribers are courteous and respectful in the messages they post to the list.
NB: The Dunbar Residents’ Association is not responsible for the content of any message posted on the Neighbours list.
By accepting membership in Neighbours, you are accepting these policies.
Code of Conduct
- All messages sent within the Neighbours mailing list must be respected as belonging to the original emailer and may not be forwarded or used in any manner outside of Neighbours, without the original emailer’s permission.
- Never, ever forward any email addresses from Neighbours to anyone outside of Neighbours. Respect personal information.
- All contributors will be courteous and respectful in the messages they post to the list. Specifically, refrain from content that is personally insulting, abusive, derisive, threatening, inflammatory or profane. Messages must not invade privacy, be illegal or otherwise injurious to, or disrespectful of, others.
- Neighbours is a private mailing list available to subscribers who are Dunbar residents. The DRA may make an exception for someone outside of Dunbar; it is the DRA’s right to accept or exclude non-residents.
- Although Neighbours is private, there may be backups or archives found on the Dunbar server. This does not mean this information is public. It should not be accessed by non-members in any manner. Please respect us and we’ll respect you.
- The DRA Board of Directors reserves the right to remove from the list any subscriber who does not comply with these guidelines.
Advertising: Neighbours is maintained in order to allow Dunbar residents to inform each other, discuss issues of importance to the neighbourhood, and build community. In order to support neighbourhood initiatives, whether commercial or otherwise, advertisements and promotional material of a purely local nature are accepted. To help ensure that Neighbours doesn’t become overwhelmed, we ask that those submissions be limited in frequency, and be no more than 250 words.
To encourage open exchange of ideas in the Dunbar community, we require that you follow our policies and respect internet etiquette.
Again, the Dunbar Residents’ Association is not responsible for the content of any message posted on the Neighbours list.