Politics and its Discontents: Some Good News For A Change

Perhaps I follow the ways of the world too closely, but lately I have been feeling a deep disenchantment with everything. Time to change the channel and feature a story that highlights not only the human capacity for resilience, but also a community’s capacity to embrace newcomers: Recommend this Post

Politics and its Discontents: Some Good News For A Change

Perhaps I follow the ways of the world too closely, but lately I have been feeling a deep disenchantment with everything. Time to change the channel and feature a story that highlights not only the human capacity for resilience, but also a community’s capacity to embrace newcomers: Recommend this Post

Law is Cool: The Innovative Advocate: Canada’s Legal Future

The way legal services are delivered in Canada is changing.  Increased competition and a demand for lower prices has pressured law firms to slow hiring and deliver their services more efficiently.  After finishing my first year at Queen’s Law I started thinking about how law students can help firms meet the demand.  It starts with an open-eyes look at ...

Paulitical Satire: Buying Local – Movie Monday

So, I’m driving from Winnipeg to Toronto this long weekend and am currently writing this from a hotel in Sault Ste. Marie. But that doesn’t mean you don’t get your Movie Monday! Our friend William Matthews over at Digital Footprint has put something great together for you again, as usual taking my raw rant and ...

Paulitical Satire: Crowdfunding and Politics – Innovation Delayed is Innovation Denied

The super cool, and crowdfuned, Pebble watch! So, I’ve started spending a fair amount of my spare time reading, learning and investigating a variety of different areas of social innovation and social enterprise. Not surprisingly, to some of you at least, entrepreneurship interests me from a personal and a professional stand point…at least in the long term.But ...