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The things I made in 2011

As the end of the year approaches, I decided to do a quick survey of what I did this last year. Over the holidays, I’ve observed that it has been tricky to recap my year to friends and family. The work I do has been varied and hasn’t fit neatly into a single category. On […]

Realizing equitable solutions in workplaces

I probably first met Narina, the principal of Nagra Consulting, about 10 years ago, when I was a volunteer at the Waterloo Public Interest Research Group, and she a newly-hired Volunteer Coordinator. I’d always had a great amount of respect for her as a fellow activist, and when she approached me a few months ago […]

Tons of change afoot

Well, I know I’ve been silent on this blog and on Flickr, but that doesn’t mean I’ve been sitting on my hands, oh no. This would be a good time to mention that Twitter has pretty much taken over how I post updates on what I’m up to; it’s much easier to carve out a […]

A new place to find Green, Union made, and Canadian made promotional products

Back in my days working in electoral politics, a familiar part of our job was to seek products and services that fulfilled the Party’s official mandate to prefer Canadian, Union-made products. A number of other organizations have similar purchasing policies, such as unions, governments and schools. Locating promotional products that fit the bill can be tricky, […]

Nuclear victory

When you spend enough time on David vs. Goliath-type battles, you realize that not all battles end as happily as the parable. Forests get clear-cut, plants close, undeserving people get deported to torture. Hey, the rich and the powerful wouldn’t accumulate wealth or power if it didn’t do anything right? But with diligence, patience, and […]

The Public launches!

My good friends over at The Public have just launched their site. Sheila and Una – the partners of the operation – are extremely talented and I’m privileged to have been able to work with them both on several projects. Notably, Una and I collaborated on the Solitary Cell, a project I plan on blogging […]