Here are some other cool things Lindsey has worked on or contributed to.

 

Patients and Supporters of Mid-Main

Patients and Supporters of Mid-Main is a group that has come together to push back against funding cuts to the Mid-Main Community Health Centre (among other CHCs), which provides high quality, multi-disciplinary team-based care. I was brought on to design and develop the website, and consult on online campaigning.

The Good Life – The Green Life

The Good Life – The Green Life is a documentary film about what it means to live a good, green life at the climate crossroads. It features nine amazing people who are thinking about and taking action on climate change—and the broader ecological crisis we face—in a variety of creative ways.

I provided input on the film in post-production, and on the interactive website that hosts it.

The online organizing guide

Have you seen The Most Amazing Online Organizing Guide Ever? It's a practical handbook—authored by over thirty online organizers, including yours truly, and compiled by GreenMemes—to help activists and community organizers leverage social media tools for social change.

I'm in a book!

I'm very excited to have a chapter in Ellen Roseman's new book, Fight Back: 81 Ways to Help You Save Money and Protect Yourself from Corporate Trickery. Roseman is a personal finance and consumer affairs reporter for the Toronto Star. 

Fight Back was released in December, and is available for sale from many fine retailers. Hint hint.

Oral comments for the CRTC's hearing on a wireless Code of Conduct

I travelled to Gatineau, Québec, for the CRTC's hearing to inform a Code of Conduct for wireless companies. At the hearing, I presented oral comments on behalf of OpenMedia.ca and Canadian cell phone users.

Reimagine CBC

As part of my work at OpenMedia, I collaborated on a project called Reimagine CBC, which sought to engage people from all across the country in a massive brainstorm on the future of public media in Canada.

In this video, I ask a question for CBC's Annual Public Meeting based on some results of the Reimagine CBC public survey.