In Convo with Tom Axworthy

Former senior policy advisor and principal secretary to Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, Tom Axworthy shares the story of the Charter of Rights – why it impassioned Trudeau so deeply, the fight to achieve consensus and ratification and the compromises along the...

In Convo with Clayton Ruby

Having dedicated his career to defending the accused and upholding human rights, Clayton Ruby talks about the Charter of Rights and it how it has impacted his practice of constitutional and criminal law and civil rights....

In Convo with Nancy Neamtan

CEO of the Chantier de l’economie sociale (Task Force on the Social Economy) and a long-time activist in the nonprofit sector, Nancy Neamtan defines the “Social Economy” and explains its unique and longstanding history in Quebec....

In Convo with Joel Solomon

Chairman of Renewal Funds, Canada’s largest social venture capital fund and board chair of learning centre Hollyhock, Joel Solomon shares his life story, one that led him from Tennessee to B.C. and a dedication to investing in social change....

In Convo with Tim Draimin

A veteran of the nonprofit sector and the executive director of Social Innovation Generation (SiG) National, Tim Draimin talks about what inspired his commitment to the nonprofit sector, the origins of social innovation and its impact in...

In Convo With Labour Movement Champion, Sid Ryan

We caught up with the firebrand at his Ontario Federation of Labour office in Toronto where he spoke about his passion for labour rights and the evolution he’s witnessed in the movement. He also shared the challenges he’s tackled in the past, those that...
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