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They say without great risk, there can be no great reward – that’s especially true when it comes to business and careers. Michel Brisson knows this first hand.
A few years ago, to anyone on the outside looking in it may have seemed like Brisson was living the dream. He was living in a city he loved, Ottawa, with the man he would go on to marry and had a steady career in the Canadian public service. ...full story
As winter shifts into spring and signs of life emerge from beneath the sheets of snow that have covered the ground across much of Canada, there’s no better time to go on a new adventure. The change of season brings with it a (much needed) renewed energy that can be used to explore a new area. There’s no better place to check out than Saskatoon, self-described as a “place of invitation”...full story
A common and insightful adage, ‘tis often easier said than done. Yet for some, against all odds, they persevere. And with a little tenacity and a lot of luck there are those who not only do what they love - but with whom they love.
Such a person is Janie Van Santen. At 55, she has been partnered for 28 years with life compa...full story
New Zealand’s Blake Skjellerup hopes to represent LGBT community at next Olympic Games. Not many people would look at a broken arm as a fortunate event, but Blake Skjellerup says it “was probably one of the best things that has ever happened to me.”
Skjellerup, a resident of Christchurch... full story
Winter is upon us and no one does the season better than us Canadians. So instead of hibernating this year, consider planning a trip to the nation’s premier winter wonderland – Whistler Blackcomb.
Located about 125 km north of Vancouver, B.C., Whistler Blackcomb is one of North America’s largest resorts. Whistler and Blackcomb are two side-by-side mountains amid the coastal...full story
Austra’s music is frequently described as gothic by both fans and critics. Yes, the Toronto-based electronic band frequently carries a dark bassline and lyrics that reflect the grittier sides of love and loneliness. But at their headlining show in the Phoenix Concert Theatre, you could overhear more than one fan screaming, “She’s an angel!” to lead vocalist... full story
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