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We have a long history of partnering with First Nations clients on web and development projects and our work happens on the unceded traditional territory of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil Waututh First Nations. But when we paused to consider our role in Truth and Reconciliation, we suddenly didn’t feel equipped to address the findings of the Report or the Calls to Action. It was an uncomfortable realization.
We enjoyed participating in the Great Climate Race both on the technical side and by running for climate solutions.
It can be hard as an organization, in the spaces between projects and daily workloads, to look ahead and plan for where you hope to be in even two years time; which makes us all the more grateful to be celebrating our tenth anniversary at Affinity Bridge.
We've worked on many projects over the years that have relied on mapping tools as a central part of the final product. There is so much potential for storytelling and data sharing on maps that it makes all the different work we do with them dynamic, interesting, and fun
Taking a look back at the projects, clients, collaborations, and interesting things Affinity Bridge accomplished in 2013.
As some of you might know, my background is actually in urban geography. Working at Affinity Bridge is a bit of a dream job for me, as someone with a passion for sustainability and positive change, because our clients are doing such amazing work to make our local and global communities a better place. It makes me feel like I'm helping contribute in a greater sense, and that I have a way to be involved in many vital projects. I sometimes think of the process of planning, developing, and launching websites as very much like urban planning projects. There is this somewhat vague online space that...
The My Business 2010 site is a subsite of the Vancouver Economic Development Commission. My Business 2010 is a program set up by VEDC to help provide information for local businesses leading up to and during the Vancouver 2010 Olympics.