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  • Calgary Mayoral Forum (Part 2)

    Calgary Mayoral Forum (Part 2)

    Highlights from Make It Good’s Calgary Mayoral Forum, “My Vote Could Have Changed That” on September 22, 2010. In this segment, Wayne Stewart, Joe Connelly, Dan Knight, and Naheed Nenshi answer questions from the moderators. Topics: Stewart on Confronting New Issues. Connelly on Leading versus Managing Knight on Diversity Nenshi on Learning from Diversity Recorded with: JVC GY-HM100U and Canon Vixia (?) Courtesy: Hidden Story Productions

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  • Leadership Calgary Opening Retreat (Part 1)

    Leadership Calgary Opening Retreat (Part 1)

    Leadership Calgary is misnamed because it’s not about leadership and it’s not about Calgary, although they are part of the picture. Instead, it’s about learning from civilization’s record and history and exploring how human beings take stock of themselves and life. In this highlight video, the key concepts of adaptive positioning, thoughtscape, and actionscape are reviewed and presented using excerpts from the Leadership Calgary Opening Retreat. Recorded at the Banff Hostel with a JVC GY-HM100U and Seinheiser G3 wireless lav.

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  • Calgary Mayoral Forum (Part 1 of 3)

    Calgary Mayoral Forum (Part 1 of 3)

    Highlights from Make It Good’s Calgary Mayoral Forum, “My Vote Could Have Changed That” on September 22, 2010. In this segment, Craig Burrows, Jon Lord, Oscar Fech, Bob Hawkesworth answer questions from the moderators. Topics Covered: Burrows on Voter Apathy. Lord on The Role of the Mayor Fech on Learning from Mistakes Hawkesworth on Confronting New Issues

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  • Reading for the Human Venture

    Reading for the Human Venture

    I was privileged to have an interview with Ken about how he reads and integrates what he reads about the human venture. Shot with three cameras, two consumer camcorders and a prosumer JVC HY-GM100U.

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  • My Big Fat Trinidadian, Sri Lankan, Chinese Canadian Wedding

    My Big Fat Trinidadian, Sri Lankan, Chinese Canadian Wedding

    Her mom is from Trinidad. Her dad is from Sri Lanka. He has Chinese parents. Together, Chris and Meela had a quintessentially Canadian wedding. With bright colours and their own unique way of celebrating, this was a wedding to remember. Yep, this is me editing some amateur video footage to make our first year anniversary gift.

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Chris Hsiung
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