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

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

OneStory: A Saskatoon mother and business-owner sparks global change through videography

Katrina German is the Co-Founder and CEO of OneStory, a company (and program) based in Saskatoon that allows its users … More

Meet Stephanie Trembath, the Community Manager at Latergramme, Vancouver startup

Instagram: The land of glamourous imagery by everyday (and professional) photographers sharing scrumptious food, colourful travel shots and carefully crafted selfies. … More

The upside to online courses

Congratulations, you’ve graduated! Now what? Although you learned a lot during your many years in post-secondary education, you may still … More

Rachel Kellogg, insurance manager turned PR professional and yoga teacher, on unconventional means to employment

With her thick rimmed glasses, curly, shoulder length hair and kind grin, Rachel Kellogg walked into a coffee shop in … More

Why the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge shouldn’t annoy you

My cousin nominated me for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge last week. At first, my thoughts were set. I would … More

Beyoncé the culture vs. Beyoncé the brand

Beyoncé is more than her “I’m growns,” “uh-oh-uh-oh-uh-oh-oh-no-no’s” and “surfboarts.” Regardless of whether she is making headlines because of a … More