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John Gray is a co-founder of Mentionmapp and a freelance writer. John’s always curious and lives life as an epistemic journey. BC born
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Jenny Duffy is an award-winning choreographer and dance educator, trained in Vancouver, New York, Los Angeles, Hong Kong and China. Her formal education
George Froehlich is a journalist and former broadcaster with vast hands-on experience and later as a senior TV executive in the news and
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Michael David Simms has been a working actor for over 25 years and an acting teacher in L.A. and Vancouver for over 10.
Joe Average is a 59-year-old, self-taught artist, who has expressed himself through art since childhood. First Nations art played a big role in inspiring
After 28 years with the Vancouver Police Department, Dave Dickson continues to work with men and women in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, known as the poorest
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