At the Ideas - Vancouver meetup tonight, we were discussing how many businesses there are that should be boycotted, and even if they are, as one voice, there's not much change that is likely to happen. It was agreed that the only way change would happen, would be if the masses got on board. The result of the idea was the creation of the Conscious Canada subreddit.
The first objective of the subreddit is for you to take the time to list a non-political organization you think should be boycotted, and why. You want to have a compelling story, and likely with evidence, as to why it should be boycotted. If others in the subreddit agree, they will upvote it. If they disagree, it will get downvoted.
The agreement by joining the subreddit, is that by the end of the month, whichever company is listed at the top, you agree as a member of the subreddit, to boycott that company for one month. For example, it's the beginning of September; whatever is at the top on Friday, September 30th will be boycotted by you and the others for all of October. If you're on social media, you can link to the reason and use #ConsciousCanada hashtag, with the desired outcome that that organization will change the discussed behaviour.
I will be moderating the sub-reddit initially -- I will be removing any issues that are political organizations, as well as any joke/gag issues (will bring to a vote at an ideas meeting if it's debatable if an issue is a gag or not.
Remember, every penny you spend is a political statement on the world you want to live in. Join us.