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"Show, don't tell."

Promotional material, mini documentaries, recaps, news and anything else you may need.

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25th Hour:
Farming for our Future

April.22.2020 (with Mariam Abdel-Akher & Grant Vassos) 

Against popular belief, Mike and Cora MacGillivray of Kirkview Farms say agriculture can be a climate change solution. Find out how they use regenerate farming practices to sustain the land.

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PANL Perspectives

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PANL Perspectives is run by faculty who contribute to Carleton University’s Master of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership program, as well the program’s alumni and students, and practitioners and leaders in the philanthropic and nonprofit sector. They create and curate evidence-based information from research, reports, and experts around the world.

PANL Perspectives is available here

25th Hour: Making Green Garments Possible

April.13.2020 (with Mariam Abdel-Akher & Grant Vassos)

Jonathan Rausseo and Taylor Pugh tackle sustainable fashion through a Free Store and a small business, to contribute to climate change solutions in Ottawa. 

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Taylor Lynn Collections


Taylor Lynn Collections (TLC) refurbishes old clothing to redesign and sell as new pieces. TLC blends fashion and sustainability to contribute to the climate crisis.  

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25th Hour: Rag & Bone

Feb.10.2020.  (with Mariam Abdel-Akher & Grant Vassos)

Kathy MacLellan dreamed of being an actress since she was a child. She co-founded Rag & Bone Puppet Theatre to show children they can do - and be - anything.

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OCEHT: Hope & Healing Open House

June 2019

On June 12, 2019, the Ottawa Coalition to End Human Trafficking hosted its annual Hope & Healing Open House at Orange Art Gallery.

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2019 Crime Prevention Ottawa Awards

November 2019

On November 4, 2019, STORM was nominated for the Crime Prevention Awards in recognition of their dedication to keep women on the street safe.

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STORM Promotion Video

November 2019

Street Team Outreach Mobile, located in Ottawa, Ontario, assists women who are street-involved with transportation, toiletries, food, and crisis intervention.

Find out how to help here.

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