11 Apr 2014

The Art of Touching the Sky – Jonathan Wener

There’s a rainbow-hued collage hanging in the lobby of Canderel, one of the most influential real estate companies in the country, and I can’t stop looking at it. It’s not until I sit down for my interview with Jonathan Wener,...
By Amanda Storey
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07 Feb 2014

Margaret Atwood – A Life Shaped By Words

Margaret Atwood doesn’t like being put on a pedestal, but that’s where she seems to always find herself. Seated in the consul general’s office in the back of the Greek consulate in Toronto, away from the last remnants of a...
By Michael Hill
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05 Feb 2014

10 People Who Will Change Your Life

Haven’t yet lost that dreadful muffin top or made amends with your latest friend-turned-foe? Nowhere near achieving the relationship or career you so desperately want, need? We called upon the experts to crank up our happy-o-meter with motivational tips that...
By Amanda Storey
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20 Dec 2013

Elena Lobsanova – Dancing On Air

For the past 18 years, The National Ballet of Canada has entertained audiences both young and old with the dreamy and poignant version of E.T.A. Hoffmann’s Christmas tale, The Nutcracker. Playing the role of the Sugar Plum Fairy is ballerina...
By Rosanna Bonura
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13 Dec 2013

From Humble Beginnings to Chef Stardom-Susur Lee

From Humble Beginnings to Chef Stardom A chance to meet internationally acclaimed Susur Lee Known for his creative fusion of flavours, superchef Susur Lee has earned a plethora of knowledge and experience that he’s ready to share — so he’s...
By Rebecca Alberico
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01 Dec 2013

Tim and Greg Hogarth – Walk the Talk

What does it take to be a good leader? Two brothers and captains of industry break down how they’ve excelled in their fields and their plan to share this knowledge with business leaders and aspiring entrepreneurs Tim and Greg Hogarth...
By Michael Hill
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08 Oct 2013

David Rocco – Heart of Culture

At a small stall along the streets of Old Delhi, there’s a man who makes a rather delicious double-fried chicken. The batter, explains David Rocco, is made of chickpea flour and yogurt, and spiced with a masala, some turmeric and...
By Michael Hill
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08 Oct 2013

Si Robertson – It’s the Facts, Jack!

Reality TV’s new favourite uncle, Si Robertson, is equal parts wit, charm and hilarity in the A&E series Duck Dynasty. Already into its fourth season, the show revolves around the amiable Robertsons and their family business, Duck Commander. Founded in...
By Rebecca Alberico
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04 Oct 2013

Million Dollar Smiles

It was Anna Lopes’ 40th birthday when she felt the pang of purpose tugging at her heart. “I needed to find my mission, my purpose in life,” she reminisces of the day she decided to start devoting her time to...
By Amanda Storey
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