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Bonus Who to Watch profiles
- Stacey Godsoe: A community advoc ate who works on non-profit projects to help balance the scales for vulnerable populations.
- Judith Bobbitt: A trailblazer in Atlantic Canada’s business community. The owner and president of Oceans Ltd., her research and technology company has built a reputation for providing a wide range of ocean research and analysis services in the areas of physical oceanography, marine weather forecasting and environmental effects monitoring.
- Ben Buckwold: A bike enthusiast and a planner by trade, Buckwold is pushing for transformational changes in how Nova Scotians move around the province. As director of bikeways and Blue Route implementation for Bicycle Nova Scotia, Buckwold is focused on promoting cycling culture, improving infrastructure, and strengthening the cycling community across the province.
Our fan-favourite Between Generations column, penned by Karalee Clerk of Halifax and Jill Elsworth of Cape Breton.
- This month, the duo debates the value of making New Year’s Resolutions.
Jesse Scott’s debut column, Flux, which offers a critical take on the web, weeb and sub-cultures that surround us.
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And our debut video series, RISE, in which viewers will meet young Atlantic Canadians who, much like our Who to Watch contingent, are blazing their own trails, busting through roadblocks and unapologetically pursuing their dreams. From vegan YouTubers to coffee shop owners and ultra-marathon runners, join us as we explore the lives and minds of these young people who are innovating and inspiring the young and the young-at- heart to rise in their own personal way.
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