Finding your purpose

I’ve spent most of my life searching for a purpose, trying to figure out why I’m here and what I am supposed to offer back to life. I’ve had many ups and downs along the way, but there are a…

The Pothole problem: how to keep you and your car safe this spring

Spring is here, Canadians rejoice!  Finally, we’re free from the snow, sleet, salt and sludge that characterize our winter.  But there’s one scourge that comes with spring, one that Canadian drivers and their vehicles are all too familiar with. I’m…

Ask your #WCW with Adrienne Kress

This week we find ourselves crushing on Adrienne Kress! Adrinne Kress is an award winning and internationally published children’s author.  Her works include novels Alex and the Ironic Gentleman and Timothy and the Dragon’s Gate (Scholastic). Adrienne has also published two…

Live Music Tuesday – Charlotte Cardin at The Great Hall

Montreal songstress, Charlotte Cardin packed The Great Hall on March 23 and 24 for two incredible performances. Soulful singer Ralph opened the evening with a bouncy set coloured with 80s reminiscent beats and laid-back, yet punchy vocals. Numbers like Tease, from the…

Ask your #MCM with Sam from the Rubens

*photo by Giulia McGauhan This week we are crushing on Sam Margin from The Rubens! Hailing from Menangle, New South Wales, Australia, The Rubens are a band of brothers (and friends) who’ve made a name for themselves with their pop rock stylings.  The…

Live Music Monday – Our Lady Peace and Matthew Good

Since disbanding the Matthew Good Band is 2002, Good himself has been flying solo with a cast of rotating musicians ever since. His show at Toronto’s Rebel on March 16 did not disappoint. Along with Good, Canadian alternative rock pioneers, Our Lady Peace,…

Addicted to Love? Are all dating apps created equal?

Variety is the spice of life, and that apparently goes for dating apps as well.  There’s seemingly a dating app for everyone, no matter what you’re looking for.  For the female who’s not afraid to make the first move, there’s…