I am Julien Cooper. Let's talk electronics. I advocate strongly in the sharing of existing resources such as electronic devices, for both personal and citizen journalistic uses. I call it 'Useful recycling we can use again' as in goods not broken down and then re-manufactured. I also offer free of charge the simple repairs and returns of electronics and free collections of electronics to re-purpose for new users. I hope one day we will have a fully established technical repair shop available to create an inner-city repair and exchange shop which the public can use as a makerspace or to receive or offer services in, which can include designing new inventions with or without peer help and having a public trade-in or exchange depot.
By Julien Cooper on July 3, 2017
Musician Fred Dugdale, who is recovering from head trauma, and Professor Glen Bergeron, explore the latest treatments for post concussion syndrome.
By Julien Cooper on May 25, 2017
Women recognized for their courage, determination and hard work in making our community better.
By Julien Cooper on April 18, 2017
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Recent UofM Visionary Conversation focused on reasons so many Canadians live in poverty.
By Julien Cooper on March 30, 2017
Fundraiser gives youth a small taste of what it’s like to not have a bed to sleep in.
By Julien Cooper on February 14, 2017
Even in the midst of winter, students are keen to learn how to take care of their bicycles.
By Julien Cooper on March 30, 2016
Instead of discarding old electronics for new ones, fixing and reusing broken devices makes more sense.
By Julien Cooper on October 23, 2015
Bonnie Bieganski hopes to maintain her independence for work and other travels by raising money to purchase a specialized van.
By Julien Cooper on October 8, 2015
Fundraiser supports cultural centre that helps diverse communities stay connected socially and culturally.
By Julien Cooper on August 10, 2015
Winnipeg’s newest brew pub aims to offer locally brewed suds and great food in an elegantly rustic atmosphere on Pacific Avenue.