Celebrating Eleanor’s 90th

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Disregarding their mother’s admonition, her children created a priceless bound book of her boxes of anecdotes she had written of the years.

Dal Richard’s Celebration of Life

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1000 folks at Christ Church Cathedral to pay tribute to a Vancouver legend. Some came just to better understand what made such a life.

Bus Stories about Dal Richards

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Coming back from a packed celebration, the streets of Vancouver, the extra police and even the buses were more alive than usual. Truly a celebration of life. Here are four of the stories we collected.

Straw-bale Construction

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A new-old idea that can inspire a new way of looking at economy, housing and energy.

Ruby Moments: 40th Anniversary

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We put this together over some months… So many stories here.

Beginning influences and decisions of an artist and teacher

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Carole Sabiston looks back at her family, school and community influences in shaping her career path. Everything in her career development interconnected.

Changing the life prospects of a sexual abuser on probation

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His client was a sexual abuser. Through his support from a social worker the client got new skills and attitudes to become a positive member of society.

Thanks Roger…for remarkable encouragement

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How a Roger Colwill, a close friend, encouraged and motivated Patricia to take on whatever project ‘called her’.

Staff support through disruptive technologies

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A business owner’s capacity for growth and management supervision is leveraged by texting with his staff. It’s an example of the disruptive technologies that are advancing and transforming life, business, and the global economy,

Patricia Jelinski – the path to United Way Victoria

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Patricia Jelinski – the path to United Way Victoria on Vimeo. Being in NYC on 9-11 prompted a personal and professional re-evaluation. It foctored in to her decision fifteen years later to come to Victoria as the CEO of the