22 Nov 2023

Havva Ramadan: A Way With Words

Singer-songwriter, spoken-word artist and poet Havva Ramadan on dealing with difficult topics and using writing to create a safe space. “I don’t think you pursue writing,” says Havva Ramadan, when asked what inspired her to do what she does. “I...
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12 Jul 2023

Mai-Tran Nguyen: A Home For Progress And Healing

Clarity Learning and Therapy Clinic is dedicated to providing services to individuals of all ages, backgrounds and abilities. Mai-Tran Nguyen, Head Clinician leading the programs at Clarity Learning and Therapy Clinic, says, “Many things are possible when you have the...
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27 Mar 2023

Mimi Bouchard: Listen up, your best self is on the way

Can a 26-year-old really support millions of people in their daily lives? Yes! Mimi Bouchard, the found-er of Superhuman, an eight-figure meditation app, and host of the MIMI podcast has already helped others to carve out a more fulfilling life....
By Donna Paris
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08 Mar 2023

Howie Mandel: Life Is Funny That Way

Comedian, actor, author and judge on Canada’s Got Talent: Season 2, Howie Mandel is one of the busiest and most versatile people in entertainment. April 19, 1977, was a Tuesday, and then-21-year-old Howie Mandel went out with some friends for...
By Rick Muller
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08 Mar 2023

Mary Marano: A journey of self-discovery

A guide to greater clarity in your life and relationships. Mary Marano, the owner of Life & Family Counselling, is a community leader in the City of Vaughan, a psychotherapist and a relationship expert with over 25 years of experience...
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17 May 2021

Dr. Jennifer Wyman: Pandemic Drinking

Dr. Jennifer Wyman, an addiction specialist from Women’s College Hospital, speaks on the relationship between women and their increased alcohol consumption during the pandemic and their potential risk of developing breast cancer. Think of a time when you had a...
By Estelle Zentil
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15 Mar 2021

Have we become a Society that practises ageism?

As a society, we have all been complicit in the shocking and inadequate levels of care in our nursing homes. The time to address the maelstrom of these inadequacies is now. We all need to be involved. Each of us...
By Cece M. Scott
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15 Mar 2021

Youth And Mental Health: The Shadow Pandemic

The pandemic has had a detrimental effect on the mental health of our youth. They feel isolated and alone, without peer support or the usual engagement in fun activities. But there is help for this cohort that is free, anonymous...
By Cece M. Scott
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12 Jun 2020

We’re All Trying to Stay Positive in the Pandemic, But Who’s Coping Best?

Since COVID-19 was announced as a pandemic earlier this year, and the country was put into lockdown, it’s been more important than ever to find moments of positivity. Combined with the economic hardships many have faced, these are clearly unprecedented...
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