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Cooling Off With Sweet Treats At The Fix Ice Cream Bar

We spent a summer afternoon by the lake taste testing sweet treats from the Fix Ice Cream Bar. Continue reading Cooling Off With Sweet Treats At The Fix Ice Cream Bar

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“The Distillery’s Gone Daffodil”-Distillery District, Toronto

Over the weekend of April 27th-28th, the inaugural, family-friendly event created fun and easy ways to donate and show support for the Canadian Cancer Society for the Daffodil Campaign, including purchasing yellow flowers, attaching a yellow lock to the famous LOVE lock sign and purchasing specialty desserts at restaurants in the Distillery. Continue reading “The Distillery’s Gone Daffodil”-Distillery District, Toronto

Photos: CBC Gem Presents The Red Carpet Premiere For “The 410”-May 1, 2019

Named after the solitary highway connecting the suburb of Brampton to the Greater Toronto Area, THE 410 centres around Suri (Supinder Wraich), a South Asian female and aspiring influencer, who turns to a life of crime to bail her truck driver father out of prison. Continue reading Photos: CBC Gem Presents The Red Carpet Premiere For “The 410”-May 1, 2019

Getting Stylish With The Colour Club: Pop-Up For A Cause

The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation unveiled The Colour Club, in the heart of downtown Toronto. Designed by HGTV celebrity designer Tiffany Pratt, this technicolour pop-up-for-a-cause presented by Colour To Conquer, is a bold fundraising program that encourages Canadians to colour their hair during the month of May to raise funds for world-leading cancer research at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre. Continue reading Getting Stylish With The Colour Club: Pop-Up For A Cause

Addressing Single-Use Plastic Water Bottles With ‘Brita Niagara Now’ At Union Station, Toronto

Brita partnered with National Geographic Explorer and visual artist Asher Jay to recreate an iconic Canadian Landmark with ‘Niagara Now’. This installation addresses the enormous environmental footprint of single-use plastic water bottles in Canada – and its rising impact. Continue reading Addressing Single-Use Plastic Water Bottles With ‘Brita Niagara Now’ At Union Station, Toronto

Exploring Trauma, Gender, Belonging And Identity With Chantal Akerman At The Museum Of Contemporary Art

The two works by renowned filmmaker Chantal Akerman, In the Mirror (2007) and NOW (2015) speak to the issues that Akerman has explored throughout her career: trauma, gender, belonging and identity. Continue reading Exploring Trauma, Gender, Belonging And Identity With Chantal Akerman At The Museum Of Contemporary Art

Taking A Journey Into The Collective Subconscious With Basma Alsharif’s Exhibition At The Museum Of Contemporary Art

Basma Alsharif’s exhibition at MOCA intertwines four major works, each one presented as a staged setting. Using many different media, she takes us on journeys into the collective subconscious, exploring the tools we all use to understand the ghosts of history. Continue reading Taking A Journey Into The Collective Subconscious With Basma Alsharif’s Exhibition At The Museum Of Contemporary Art