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Eastern Canada’s oyster industry
The oyster industry in Eastern Canada is expanding rapidly, registering revenues near $31 million in 2017, a 25% increase from 2016.
L’Étang Ruisseau Bar, a New Brunswick oyster seed producer, teamed up with Genome Atlantic, Genome Canada, Génome Québec and scientists at Université Laval to develop Canada’s first strain of selectively-bred Eastern Oyster – a potential game changer for the industry.
Genome Atlantic is a not-for-profit corporation with a mission to help Atlantic Canada reap the economic and social benefits of genomics and associated technologies.
In this video Dr Marc Skinner talks about his research using Environmental DNA (eDNA) as a tool for environmentally monitoring living organisms in water.
Clean Energy Financing Program
Clean Foundation wanted to promote their Clean Energy Financing program (CEF) to both home-owners and to municipalities who might be interested in signing up to help their constituents conserve resources and save money.
We toured the province and talked with participants and municipalities who had been involved in the pilot program.
Clean Foundation strives to inspire environmental change through our outreach, engagement and education opportunities. From superhero puppets to home efficiency, and from watershed action projects to workplace lunch and learns, there’s something for everyone.
Join Eddie, the superhero cat, on a humourous adventure to learn about the importance of clean air and renewable energy, and what YOU can do to keep your community clean!
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Halifax has been delivering youth mentoring programs for over 50 years. Their programs result in life-changing outcomes for youth who are at risk of not fulfilling their potential due to circumstances beyond their control.
Their One-to-One mentoring program provides young people with positive role models. Through consistent outings, a relationship is developed between the Big and the Little, built on trust and common interests, and supported by our experienced Mentoring Coordinators. The result is a life-changing experience for both the adult and the child.
Climate Change & Me
Clean Foundation works hard every day to create a healthier environment, meaningful jobs with livable wages, and a more equitable society.
While climate change is an urgent global issue, the impacts are often felt locally. We made a collection videos with tangible ideas and resources designed to assist individuals in adapting to a changing climate both in and around their home.
The Community Foundation of Nova Scotia is an action centre for philanthropy. Their mission is to build strong, vibrant and diverse communities throughout Nova Scotia by enabling and inspiring effective philanthropy.
The Clean Foundation wanted a spot which would showcase their Youth Corps program to potential partners. So we traveled across Nova Scotia to get a glimpse into what the program does. We cut a 4-minute video, and this one-minute version focusing on recruitment.
When the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Halifax called we were thrilled to shine a light on the work they do providing a safe, supportive place where children and youth can experience new opportunities, overcome barriers, build positive relationships and develop confidence and skills for life.
The videos highlight individuals and programming, giving a personal touch to their profile. The fact that the BGCGH is filled with great people made our job really fun.
This is Shianne, a Youth Engagement Coordinator at the Dartmouth North Club. She has deep ties to the Boys & Girls Club and a heartfelt story to tell.
"Truefaux was a fantastic partner with us on this project. They went out of their way to understand the purpose of our video, and added new ideas and clarity that we hadn’t thought of ourselves.”
- Sean Kelly Director of Energy Programs, Clean Foundation