Becoming the Didihood: A collective of South Asian sisters influencing Canada’s media landscape

Arti Patel, Online Lifestyle Reporter at Global News, Nikkjit Gill, Managing Editor at Post City and Roohi Sahajpal, Case Manager … More

Tatiana Ferguson on transforming policies and programs for the LGBTQ2S+ community across Canada

Tatiana Ferguson is dedicated to improving the lives of youth and believes strongly in volunteering to support numerous organizations across … More

Margeaux Feldman: A teacher, writer, community-builder and safe-space producer

Margeaux Feldman is an educator, a PhD candidate, a writer, a queer woman, an event producer and a person who … More

Burnt Toast Collective unites Toronto and strengthens the city’s artistic community

Christina Angelopoulos and Katie Wasserman are Co-Founders of Burnt Toast Collective, an organization that launched in October 2016 with the … More

Leila Unveiled: A blend of pride, passion and Persian

Izad Etemadi is drama. A Toronto-based actor, singer and creator, Izad has toured Canada performing for sold-out shows yet remains … More

Comedian Nelu Handa talks the creative process and lifting barriers for women of colour

Nelu (pronounced knee-loo) Handa is a Toronto actor, comedian, writer and producer. Known for her performances on Workin’ Moms, The Beaverton, … More

Inspired by Toronto’s energy, freelance photographer Lindsay Rosset reflects on her ever-changing creative journey

Lindsay Rosset is originally from Brandon, Man., a city approximately two hours away from Winnipeg. A freelance photographer, Lindsay moved … More

Guyana born, New York bred and in Toronto today, Letticia Cosbert is a digital curator and poet who’s redefining how we understand cultural labels

Letticia Cosbert is a writer, poet and digital curator who was born in Guyana, but left as a baby to … More

Citizen Jane: The Canadian folk pop duo that brings texture, emotion and symbolism to sound and song

Reenie Perkovic and her wife Lea Kirstein makeup Citizen Jane, a Toronto-based folk pop duo that uses vocal harmonies and … More

Performer Kristie Gunter hopes to lead Funnies for Families to national impact, sharing smiles with Canadian families facing adversity

In October 2014, Kristie Gunter founded Funnies for Families, a non-profit organization that brings laughter to families going through tough … More

Freelancing, Feelings, Art and Magazine Production: A graphic designer shares her recipe for a career in visual storytelling, fashion and creative direction

Nearly two years ago, Toronto’s Maegan Fidelino, a graphic designer by trade, started Ephemera Magazine, a new print publication that … More