Hi I’m Graham.

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I am Graham Olsen I will be working with Project Respect and we will be doing multiple things like cleaning up around the Tsartlip Reserve, taking walks with Elders from the community and, learning more about the Native Culture and …

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Greater Victoria Resilient Streets Workshops

greater victoria resilient streets workshops

Greater Victoria Resilient Streets Kick-off Workshops September 13, 16 and 24 | Victoria, BC Join SHIFT Team members Stacy Barter and Michelle Colussi for Resilient Streets Kick-off workshops this fall in 3 new neighbourhoods: James Bay, Fernwood and Burnside Gorge. Resilient…

September 18 – 20, 2017: Livable Cities Forum

september 18 20 2017 livable cities forum

In partnership with ICLEI Canada, the City of Victoria is hosting the sixth annual Livable Cities forum: Advancing Low Carbon Resilience. Join SHIFT Team members Erica Crawford and Deirdre Goudriaan and others for their workshop on Creating Resilient, Low Carbon Food…

Addie

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Addie is 20 years of age, she is from the traditional territory of WSANEC. She has previous experience working with the Victoria Sexual Assault Centre … Addie Read more »

Why SHIFT?

why shift

Let’s face it: we’re just not going to get there at this rate. No, let me try that again: the way things are going, we’re going to end up exactly where we’re currently headed, and it doesn’t look so good…. A…

Good collaboration doesn’t just happen

good collaboration doesnt just happen

The Collective Impact model is a valuable guide for any cross sector group with system changing or “needle moving” aspirations. Tamarack Institute’s recent addition of the “Collective Impact 3.0” model, incorporates learning and stretches the model in a helpful direction. But…

Canada Council: thank you!

canada council thank you

For the last year, I’ve been supported by the Canada Council to work on my next book, which will be based on my latest project, Meet the North. Read a description of the new work here. Source