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Meet Ellie, she is concerned with equity and equality, especially for women. Ellie has decided to support a Canadian organization called TEMBO. In this episode we learn about TEMBO, Tanzania and education for girls.

Meet Will, he is a grade 10 student at R.I.S.E. Academy who started his passion project looking at Cancel Culture. In his research he started to come across a lot of information about fake news. In this episode Will interviews Brodie Fenlon, Chief…

Meet Kenzie, she is grade 9 student at R.I.S.E. Academy who cares about dogs. She has decided to focus on Potcake Dogs (Caribbean Strays). In this episode Kenzie interviews Julie Bertrand, founder and president of the Eastern Ontario Potcake Rescue.

Meet Josh, he is concerned about the amount of Human Trafficking that happens around the world and as well as right here in Canada. In this episode, he interviews Christine from Voice Found to learn about what Human Trafficking is and how he can help.

Meet Gracie, she is a grade 11 student at R.I.S.E. Academy and she is upset about racism in hockey. In this episode Gracie interviews founder of the Black Girls Hockey Club, Renee Hess, NWHL hockey player Saroya Tinker and New York City journalist…

Meet Zenya, she is interested in sustainable housing and learning as much as possible about the Tiny Homes movement. In this episode she interviews Daniel Ott from True North Tiny Homes in Hamilton, ON. We learn about what a Tiny Home is, the…

Meet Callie, she is concerned about our Oceans and all the plastic pollution. In this episode Callie interviews Katy Kennedy from Clear Blue Sea in San Diego California. We talk about microplastics, climate change and are introduced to FRED!!

Amy is a youth who is in grade 10 at R.I.S.E. Academy. She is interested in helping girls and teens love themselves, feel confident in their own bodies, to speak up for themselves and to be happy with who they are. In this episode she interviews Kim…

In this episode the Social Change Makers have the extreme pleasure of interviewing Ainara Alleyne from Ainaras bookshelf. Ainara is a grade 6 student in Hamilton, ON who is using her love of reading to address the problem of diversity in books….

In this episode Zenya and Kenzie interview Lauren and Meghan from Period Packs Ottawa. Lauren and Meghan saw a need for period equity in Ottawa and decided to do something about it. Listen in as the girls hear about how they got started, what they…

Welcome to a new season of the Social Change Maker podcast. We are super excited to introduce our new cohort of youth working with us. In this episode we welcome Ella, Amy and Zenya who are representing the new group of high school aged youth at…

In this episode two of our Social Change Makers interview Bob Dawson. Bob is a black hockey historian in Ottawa and has joined forces with a few of our Change Makers on a project called #blowthewhistleonracism. Bob was the first black hockey player…

In today’s episode the Social Change Makers in 2.0 interview the SCM 1.0 group to learn about their experience over the last 8 weeks.

In today’s episode the Social Change Makers speak to Sophia Mathur a young Climate Activist. Sophia tells us all about how she brought Fridays for Future to Canada, her opportunity to meet Great Thunberg and what we can all do to help the Climate Crisis.

On today’s episode the Social Change Makers interview Sahada Alolo who is the community outreach person for the Multifaith Housing Initiative in Ottawa. Sahada shares about what MHI is doing to help those in low income situations find affordable housing.

In today’s episode the SCM have the opportunity to interview Ella Lake a 15 year old advocate for so many different issues. She shares her passion about amplifying the voices of those with disabilities and explains the importance of intersectionality…

On today’s episode our Social Change Makers speak with Jackie Wilson, owner of Empowered Education in Nottingham, UK. She tells us all about what an empowerment coach does and the importance of understanding our own superpowers.

In today’s episode the Social Change Makers had the opportunity to talk to Dr Sarah Tranquilly-Doherty and ask her all their questions about her role as a family doctor in Vancouver BC. We find out things about how to become a doctor, the best and…

In today’s episode the Social Change Makers had the opportunity to talk to Stephen Hurley, Founder and Chief Catalyst at voicEd Radio. The team peppers Stephen with lots of great questions about podcasting and conversation.