Why we created the Megaphone App

  In an increasingly tech-obsessed society, I know that Megaphone is a bit of a throwback. Sometimes I meet someone who isn’t familiar with Megaphone’s model and the conversation goes a little like this: “Street vendors? Like newsies? Print media? Talking to people in person? Do people do that anymore?"...
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Having a hairy day in your world

Vendor Voices: Finding ways to contribute to her community has brought about positive change in Suzanne Kilroy’s life
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Watching Victoria change

Vendor Profile: Delisle Doucet is a longtime Megaphone vendor who enjoys giving back to his community
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‘Learning how to live’

Vendor Profile: Mark Irvine shares how his life goal is to become his true self
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For my mother

Vendor Voices: Bob Dennis talks about his complicated history with his mother, and the love they share
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Artfully making his way

Hope in Shadows, Megaphone, his family, and his art has brought balance to Theo Venn’s life after a difficult youth
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Memories of a warm summer afternoon

In two occasions, vendor Peter Thompson and his family had to defend their right to fish despite following protocol
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Hitchhiking across Canada

Megaphone vendor Matt Cassan reminisces about seeing the world with his thumbs up
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Their Cat Grown Old

Megaphone vendor Mark Irvine pens a poem to an old, well-loved feline
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Resolving the homeless crisis

Megaphone vendor Ron McGrath shares his ideas on how to institute permanent housing for all
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