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PCRBN support leads to growing business-community collaboration

June 2, 2017

Hope Blooms is a Halifax-based social enterprise that empowers at-risk youth.  Their fresh herb salad dressing business provides the opportunity for young people to gain entrepreneurial and leadership skills while participating in all aspects of the operation (from organic farming, to production, to marketing to sales). Continue reading “PCRBN support leads to growing business-community collaboration”

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Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall to Undertake a Royal Tour of Canada this Summer

May 16, 2017

The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall will tour Canada June 29 to July 1, 2017 making stops in Ontario, Nunavut and the Capital Region.  A detailed itinerary will be available soon. https://www.gg.ca/document.aspx?id=16779&lan=eng … Continue reading “Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall to Undertake a Royal Tour of Canada this Summer”

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The Canadian – Part IV

April 13, 2017

Fourth post from Indigineous artist-in-residence, Patrick Hunter, currently traveling across country courtesy of VIA Rail. April 13, 2017 My last day on the train was 12 days ago. Since my return to Toronto, life’s been flying by at a much faster pace than the slow steady roll of the train. I’ve … Continue reading “The Canadian – Part IV”

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The Canadian – Part III

April 5, 2017

Third post from Indigineous artist-in-residence, Patrick Hunter, currently traveling across country courtesy of VIA Rail. April 5, 2017 “What’s your favourite part of this trip so far Patrick?”, is something I keep asking myself. The glutton inside of me shouts, “the best is breakfast, lunch and dinner!” (My compliments to the … Continue reading “The Canadian – Part III”

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The Canadian – Part II

April 3, 2017

Second post from Indigineous artist-in-residence, Patrick Hunter, currently traveling across country courtesy of VIA Rail. April 3, 2017 “Are you a boxer?” Is a question I’ve been asked more than once on this trip so far. The answer is a “hard no”, followed by a soft chuckle. Though I can … Continue reading “The Canadian – Part II”