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Des Plaines, MB.
North Little Rock, AB.
Otter Creek, MB.
Fishs Eddy, MB.
Cherry Creek, MB.
I have been politically active since the 70s. I've been involved with the labour movement, First Nations and international solidarity organizations, voting system reform, environmental work and some electoral politics. In 2010/2011 I established and managed the Catch 22...
REMOVE ME PLEASE
I'm a web designer, political activist, with an interest in democracy, technology and more.
Suzanne is the managing director of The Satire Project, soon to be renamed Riotwire.com, an online platform that will be home to the latest and edgiest social, cultural, and political humour from Canada and around the world.
I am a writer, editor, and producer living and working in Toronto.
Qualicum Beach, BC.
Qualicum Beach, BC.
Darlene is a life-long activist, organizer, facilitator and trainer. She believes that the inner self and outer world must connect to create true, long-lasting change.
Michael Goodman has been involved with and been part of social change and social justice organizations since his youth. Michael is a founding director of Smart Change www.smartchange.ca an emerging non-profit social/ecological movement building organization dedicated to...
Over 50 Mom with University age daughter. Paid work in Health care. Union Steward for HSA Health Sciences Association. Unpaid work in social justice and railing against the system. Enemy of the Harper Government.
Port Hope, ON.
Lawyer (no longer taking new cases); school trustee 1982-94; electoral reformer (currently National Secretary of Fair Vote Canada). Resident of Port Hope, Ontario since 1969.
Born 1947 in South Africa. Worked as a journalist, then apprenticed in the printing industry. Came to Canada in 1981. Worked for various printers until 1992 freelance graphic designer till now. Have drifted ever leftwards since becoming politically conscious around puberty.
Interested in democracy issues and media issues as a route to dealing with the problems Canada has.
New Westminster, BC.
The World Peace Forum Society brings together activists, artists and academics to learn from history in order to work towards a peaceful, just and sustainable world. The original Vancouver World Peace Forum in 2006 brought together over 5000 people from all over the world. In...
I'm an aging folk singer who was weaned on Ban the Bomb and never quite gave up the struggle. These days I'm writing songs about global warming, rampant consumerism and the endless stupidity of war. I'm a keen sailor and recently bought 2 acres on Cortes Island...
Admin support for Michael Goodman
Glen A. Dahl
former board member of Crystal Meth Prevention Society, member of View Royal's Parks Recreation and Environment Comittee, former regional organiser for Fight HST on South Vancouver Island, and currently Campaign Manager for IntegrityBC.
Founder, TrivCap, a venture development firm that incubates sustainable energy & technology businesses. Economist, accountant, former Wall Street professional & proud new uncle. Looking forward to incubating social ventures in the near future.
New Westminster, BC.
Music loving, technology obsessed, adventure craving Canadian. e-Learning enthusiast by day and most nights. Klutzy.
Retired transit op from Vancouver. Interests are radical change, working class politics and horses.Fed
Douglas Mc Dowell
Collective Intelligence Strategist and Project Manager. Involved with Smart Change board and its organizational methodology.
Advocate for becoming self sustaining and sharing this knowledge with others. http://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/sustainableme/
"If you aren't living on the edge, you're taking up too much space." A firm believer in Transition to a low or no carbon lifestyle and livelihood, no debt, and everything permaculture, I know humankind will pull through the worst crisis in our 4 million year...
I have a degree in International Relations and have worked on issues of war and peace, poverty and the environment at the international, national and local levels. For several years, I worked with organizations at the United Nations in Geneva and New York. I have also worked...
Political studies graduate from the University of Manitoba interested in social change and human rights issues.
I am a man, who loves nature and animals and everything that entails. I am an activist who wishes to stop environmental destruction of all kinds,
Toronto (Richmond Hill), ON.
A "Career Activist" who specializes in employment and workplace issues for those pursuing socially progressive careers.
Writer, speaker and coach. In recent past I have been the national career advisor on Workopolis.ca and Monster.ca; former Toronto Star career...
New Westminster, BC.
Good Fairy James
I do Volunteer work in Dorchester Penitentiary I am a facilitator Alternatives to Violence workshop & with The Multicultural Association of the Greater Moncton Area (MAGMA) I also volunteer with ReConnect Street Intervention Program
this is just some of the volunteer...
Psychiatric nurse for 20 years. Currently DOC 30 bed tertiary psychosocial rehab facility in Osoyoos
North Vancouver, BC.
Originally from SA, worked in IT industry till 2004, when I came to Vancouver. Currently involved in the marine industry, education. Focused on reforming the banking practices by individuals personal actions, and the exposure of the Monetary system related to Free-Trade, War,...
Campbell River, BC.
Originally trained in Marine Biology, worked with Fisheries and Oceans Winnipeg until 1997 on acid rain, eutrophication, and heavy metal pollution. Volunteered with organizations in environment and economy, education, First Nations. In 1997 incorporated a business for non-...
I'm a founding member of the Vancouver catholic worker community where I've lived for the last 12 years. I'm a union activist, a christian anarchist and a pacifist. I try my best to meaningfully navigate our complex world and share what I learn along the way.
Digital publishing consultant, online advocacy specialist, and strategic convener.
Paul Manly is the Project Coordinator for Smart Change and currently manages the Smart Docs and Cable Access Coalition projects.
Smart Docs is a distribution and exhibition project, which uses films about social justice and environmental issues as catalysts for education and...
Videographer & short filmmaker
New Westminster, BC.
The Vancouver Community Television Association is committed to putting the community back into the community channel. We broadcast 5 times weekly on Shaw Cable 4 in Vancouver and Cable 11 in Victoria.
I am a director and curator for the World Community Film Festival which focuses on social issue documentaries: social justice, environment, economy etc.
Mayne Island, BC.
The first independent political thought I can recall was suddenly realising we just can't keep building over all our forests and fields forever. I think I was about about four. My then best-est friend told me not to worry though, 'cuz God would provide'. So...
I am an accidental artist whose goal is to change the world by bringing together people in public space where they exist as citizens and where issues of citizenship and public good lead the agenda. To this end I produce theatre and public celebrations with like-minded artists...
I am a retired environmental consultant/scientist now active as a "carbon buster" in the Cowichan area. My last big job was as a research scientist for the Tar Sands Consortium so I have lots to be forgiven. I operate a list serve called "cowichan action on...
81 years old.
I'm an ecologist, geographer, web developer and sometime activist in beautiful East Vancouver BC.
yes to change
What does tuna have to do with sharks? Wake is a Vancouver based society that seeks to educate people about the importance of sharks and tunas to our planets fragile ocean ecosystem. To discover why sharks have become one of the most endangered species groups on the planet visit...
Social activist working for progressive causes and taking up the art of videography.
Web designer and a nomad.
Retired Widowed Electrician
Writer and environmentalist
Sean Condon is the executive director of Megaphone, a magazine sold on the streets of Vancouver by homeless and low-income vendors.