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seven lessons in lifting up your community – remembering edmonton’s invisible giant bob ward

Edmonton lost one of it’s quiet Titan’s today. An invisible giant. Bob Ward (pictured here), the head of Edmonton’s Social Enterprise Fund, passed away the other night. I just heard and am not sure on all the details. I am so sad. Gone too soon. I don’t even know how old he was. In his …

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part time entrepreneurs rejoice!

I just came across a very cool business network called IAMPTE that’s coming from a very different point of view in business – ‘it’s okay to be a part time entrepreneur!‘ As I learned about it from Calgary based founder Kim Page Gluckie (pictured right), it struck me the immense pressure most entrepreneurs feel to …

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Tour Stop #2: Winnipeg (Day Two)

What. A. Day. My day started off with a massage. I’ve decided this is a great way to start ones day. After that, I grabbed lunch with my friend Amber at the legendary Mondragon Cafe. Says there website . . . Mondragon is a political bookstore and vegan restaurant located in Winnipeg’s historic exchange district. …

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The Story of Brilliance

A few years ago, Annie Leonard created a video called ‘The Story of Stuff‘ where she used basic animation to communicate to people where all of their ‘stuff’ went. The video went viral and has been viewed by millions. Since then, she’s made videos on ‘The Story of Cap and Trade’, ‘The Story of Cosmetics’ …

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