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Engineers Without Borders Asks Canada To Fix Foreign Aid

After a long day of filming local change projectors in and around Vancouver, Pierre (videographer extraordinaire) and I arrived at the British Columbia Council For International Cooperation (BCCIC) and Engineers Without Borders Fix Foreign Aid All Candidates Debate. Slightly exhausted, I tracked down Engineers Without Borders (EWB) Vancouver President Josh Workman to find out who I should interview first. As Pierre set to work getting the camera and lighting ready for action Josh ushered me in the direction of EWB […]

What are you doing this Saturday?

Hello local-change-projecting-documentary-loving-blog-readers it’s Amy.  I’m the newest member of the Projecting Change Film Festival social media team: an aspiring change-maker, food security advocate, a sometimes artist/writer, and an always feline friend. I’m one of many whose curiosity can take me in several directions all at once and perhaps one of a few – for the time being – who is absolutely mad about soil and seeds, and the intersection of geography and psychology. This Saturday (with much enthusiasm) I will be […]