Good Hundred 2015 participant profile videos

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Edmonton is full of inspiring people doing important work, and many of those people come to the Good Hundred Experiment to network, share ideas and find support. We were extremely fortunate that Baat Cheet Films created participant profiles of many of those people at this spring’s Good Hundred Experiment. You can watch them all […] Read more »

Guest post: How change happens

Written by Nadine Riopel I’m often amazed by the wide variety of interesting ways people find to be forces for good: The young woman who, realizing that there the written materials available in the Cree language were inadequate for new learners, started creating an collection of online books for early […] Read more »

The Edmonton Do-Gooder project: Audric Moses, the Green Scientist

The Local Good and The Savvy-Do-Gooder hosted The Good 100 Experiment in June 2013, bringing together  some of Edmonton’s upcoming and established movers and shakers who work on local food, arts, activism, local business, social enterprise, government, advocacy, indigenous rights, social justice, charity, funding, design and alternative media.  Participants anonymously voted for the person/project […] Read more »

The Edmonton Do Gooder Project: Dustin Bajer, Permaculture School

The Local Good and The Savvy-Do-Gooder hosted The Good 100 Experiment in June 2013, bringing together  some of Edmonton’s upcoming and established movers and shakers who work on local food, arts, activism, local business, social enterprise, government, advocacy, indigenous rights, social justice, charity, funding, design and alternative media.  Participants anonymously voted for the person/project […] Read more »

The Edmonton Do Gooder Project: Claire Edwards, Student Voice Alberta

The Local Good and The Savvy-Do-Gooder hosted The Good 100 Experiment in June 2013, bringing together  some of Edmonton’s upcoming and established movers and shakers who work on local food, arts, activism, local business, social enterprise, government, advocacy, indigenous rights, social justice, charity, funding, design and alternative media.  Participants anonymously voted for […] Read more »