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Political

Political Campaign Branding – Part II

This week, the Turner4YYC team announced the launch of the official website for the Green Party’s Calgary Centre candidate, Chris Turner.   Our previous post (“Political Campaign Branding”) was about how we helped get the word out on social media about Chris Turner running in

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Environment

Beginner’s Seed Saving Guide

If you have a garden, now is the time to collect seeds. To help, we put together this internet-friendly version of  a simple illustrated booklet we’d previously created for beginner seed savers.   There are many reasons to save seeds:   It’s sustainable: avoid dependence

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Community

We Should Know Each Other #100

A milestone for Mark Hopkins who started the We Should Know Each Other gatherings in his home, the one-hundredth WSKEO is going to be a weekend-long event at the Historic King Eddy school and will showcase diverse groups from Calgary’s cultural, political and economic development

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Advocacy

Alberta Food Map

Before this, we didn’t realize just how many growers, processors and distributors there are in Alberta. The second annual Food for Thought saw a great turnout this weekend at the Simmons building in east village. GOOD Company worked with REAP to create a huge 10 x

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Political

Political Campaign Branding

Chris Turner officially launched his campaign last week. But before the announcement, we began working with his campaign team to develop graphics for release on social media. The goal: to create awareness and interest leading up to the official announcement.   The campaign team allowed us

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Arts + Culture

Super 8: The Play

Local playwrights Mark Hopkins and Charles Netto tell a lovely story about two strangers meeting in the night at the first ever, Super 8 motel (now hotel). Playing at the Edmonton Fringe Festival, the duo— also the co-founders of Swallow-a-Bicycle Theatre company – needed a

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