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This week I had the pleasure of attending my first Hope in Shadows awards ceremony held by Megaphone Magazine for their 2019 calendar. I am fairly new in Vancouver and this is my first week as a Project Manager at Affinity Bridge, so I didn’t really know what to expect when our CEO Mack Hardy invited me to join him. As a sponsor of the calendar, we were invited to attend and present an award. Like me, you have probably seen the Megaphone Magazine being sold for a couple of dollars in the streets of Vancouver and Victoria. It is a monthly publication developed by professional designers and...
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.
Jennylee Bellatrix
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.