So... it's been a while since I wrote a blog post. February flew by, and March was a time of change. I recently started a new job and I am currently packing for a move at the end of the month. Suffice to say, I've been busy. It holds true that Spring is a time of … Continue reading Make Something Lean: Applying Lean Thinking to Community Building
Last Sunday, I witnessed something magical. It was perhaps the most "Edmonton" experience I've had since moving to this city in 2012. In October, I was tweeting back and forth with a (then) stranger about having a snowball fight. I had recently watched the Human Scale documentary, in which they showed a spontaneous snowball fight … Continue reading yegsnowfight: We made something, Edmonton.
On Thursday evening, I attended the #yegbikecoalition event at Edmonton’s City Hall. We were lucky to have some fantastic speakers to help launch the event. Scott McKeen regaled us with his memories of biking from Clareview to downtown Edmonton, and accordingly some of his reflections on “sharing” the road with drivers. Andrew Knack shared his … Continue reading Why I Want Bike Lanes in Edmonton
Why Edmonton? That’s a question that lead to the development of Make Something Edmonton – an initiative that I am proud to be a part of as a member of the Activation Board. I plan on sharing my reflections on participating in this amazing movement here on my blog. Why Edmonton? I’ve pondered that question … Continue reading Why Edmonton?