PODCAST: Joel Lightbound interview

PODCAST: Joel Lightbound interview

LIQ_Mag_Mar2014_Cover_FinalThis article first appeared in the March 2014 issue of Life in Québec Magazine.

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Though it used to be a commonly-cited maxim, the notion that young people are cynical and disillusioned with politics has largely been debunked in the last few years.  Movements like Occupy Wall Street and the Maple Spring closer to home have proven that, now more than ever, there is at least significant momentum among young people to energetically push for their place at the table when it’s time to talk about society’s challenges.

In many ways, Joël Lightbound represents the beginning of this youthful energy’s integration into the mainstream political system – in his case, at the federal level.

Listen to a reading of the complete article below.

You can read the original article here A new perspective for federal politics in Quebec



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Andrew Greenfield

Andrew Greenfield moved to Quebec in 2009. He is part of the team responsible for the publishing company behind LifeinQuebec.com and Life in Québec Magazine. He has been involved with online and print media since 2001. He is passionate about cricket, is a qualified coach, and his real ambition is to start a cricket team in Quebec City – something he freely admits is probably beyond him. Follow him on Twitter @GreenfieldAndy

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