Could we use the power of our dollar to define a universal call to action to the brands we buy (or dare I say ultimatium) to support things that we as a public can genuinely benefit from? Continue reading article →
On a recent trip to Brazil, what is hugely evident is the staggering divide between rich and poor. Private helicopters in direct opposition of slums and kilometre long hospital lines. Continue reading article →
Personally, I’ve heard many a voice take a cheap shot at our fair Toronto. Although more recently, it’s been the opposite.
It’s as though we’ve realized we’re a young city and have a truly unique identity to foster and grow with. It seems that more than ever before, we’re starting to truly come into our own. Continue reading article →