This morning I am at GM Place for Free the Children’s We Day… and so are 16,000 enthusiastic young people. I haven’t had much time to live blog but I have been tweeting from the floor of the arena (which you can view in the pane below): It has been an amazing morning with thousands […]
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Photo credit Â© Dalai Lama Centre His Holiness the Dalai Lama is in town over the next few days to participate in the Vancouver Peace Summit as well as Free the Children’s We Day. Discussions and presentations are taking place Sunday September 27th at the Chan Centre over at UBC and then at the Orpheum […]
We Day, a Free The Children initiative, is coming to Vancouver September 29th at GM Place. This event for young people and school-aged children brings together professional speakers activists and entertainers who share their stories to inspire and motivate young people. “We Day is an annual celebration of the power of young people to change […]
I have promoted this post to the front page of my site for October 4th, 2009. Scroll down to see updates from the 2009 Run for the Cure. Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr The CIBC Run for the Cure has a special place in my heart. After the second year that I ran it, […]
I decided to treat myself tonight and give into the cold, silky, smooth temptation of ice cream. While doing so I was reminded of two dessert-related campaigns for good causes that are currently running… Being the first-ever Canadian flavour for Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, the Barenaked Ladies‘ “If I had 1,000,000 Flavours” truly doesn’t […]