Car Free Day YYJ 2017

Car Free Day YYJ 2017

Thanks to everyone who came out this past Father’s Day to Car Free Day YYJ and to Andrew Duffy for the coverage of This Is Leadership and End Dyslexia, one of our community members in this week’s paper. More photos inside!

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Naturally Inspired

Thank you to everyone who came out in support of our recent fundraiser at the Robert Bateman Centre, featuring Sherrill Miller’s inspiring presentation The Gift of Change with images by landscape photographer extraordinaire, the late Courtney Milne. Big thanks... Read more

Urban Sanctuaries Project

The Capital Regional District (CRD) has teamed up with many regional partners to celebrate the 2017 centennial of the Migratory Bird Convention Act. The CRD is home to 3 of BC’s 7 bird sanctuaries, in Shoal Harbour, Esquimalt Lagoon and Victoria Harbour.

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World-class Presentations

This short video is a small sampling of the incredible diversity of wonderful speakers we have featured at Creatively United events.
The full-length presentations can be found and enjoyed here on our Resource page.

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Neuroscience Helps End Dyslexia

Neuroscience Helps End Dyslexia

Using my own resources, I’ve been on a mission this past year to bring public awareness to the fact that we now have the neuroscience-based knowledge to understand dyslexia much better and the evidence-based programs to end it. Fortunately, current advances in... Read more

Pearson Seminar on Youth Leadership

The Pearson Seminar on Youth Leadership (PSYL) has developed out of the values and mission of the UWC movement. Each summer, we bring together youth from around the world for a three-week UWC experience that gives them the opportunity to build an international... Read more

Fish Eye Project: Live Dives

We entertain, engage, and educate by connecting people to the world’s ocean through interactive Live Dives. Participants can see, hear, and talk to scuba divers, in real time, without getting wet.

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University Permaculture

University Permaculture

Four years ago, I was finishing my Environmental Studies degree and trying to decide what to do next. I’d learned in great detail about the world’s problems, and I was struggling with some serious eco-despair. I decided to take a PDC for credit toward my degree at... Read more

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