Monthly Archives: March 2014

Heather Robertson’s Life Deserves Remembrance

Heather Margaret Robertson will go down in Canadian history as the representative plaintiff in, and driving force behind, two class action suits that set a precedent in protecting the rights of freelance writers. The legacy she leaves us, following her … Continue reading

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War on Knowledge – Part 2: Cultural Workers Devalued

I fear what the future holds for younger generations, when so many societal trends appear to be pointing them in a direction away from deep understanding and pathways to develop one’s human potential. Factors include devaluing creative work and  higher … Continue reading

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