Tag Archives: Brian Campbell

Inspiring Links for Today

“We move through places every day that would never have been if not for those who came before us. Our workplaces, where we spend so much time–we often think they began with our arrival. That’s not true.” – Mitch Albom … Continue reading

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where it all comes together

On March 11, an over-capacity crowd of 300+ people gathered together to celebrate and remember the extraordinary life of Brian Campbell. People came from all facets of Brian’s extensive network of communities: family, friends, work colleagues, and social activist comrades. … Continue reading

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a true champion of our freedom to read

It’s been a while since I last blogged in this space, but this past week’s honouring of our Freedom to Read has inspired me to write. Freedom to Read Week is an annual event that encourages Canadians to think about … Continue reading

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