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  •      “I still fight those battles,” he stated, hands clenched across his lap. The room fell silent, in the quiet space of understanding. First responders, polic

  • Alzheimer’s is so cruel. It robs people of their words, their memories, their loved ones, their capacities. And as she retreats to her happy memories, it’s hardest on the f

  •          On a brisk Saturday afternoon in early December, I headed to a quiet street in Toronto’s east end. As I rang the doorbell, I could hear the muffled sounds of

  • This past spring I took at course at Artscape here in Toronto, specifically for Creative Entrepreneurs and one of the first people I connected with was Sam. She laughs with

  • More than a decade ago, I attended an event and was introduced to the musical style and lyrical genius of Nomadic Massive. I was immediately struck by their style, how they

  • This trans-Canada beauty hails from Calgary, but crosses our fair country every few months to expand her talents eastward. She’s an artist with style, incredible humo

  • My photography work has taken me around the world, and around the corner in the places I call home. I’ve photographed the aftermath of natural disasters, the trans-fo

  • During my time in Haiti, I came to know an artist by the name of Brutal Michel. He is part of a community of metal workers in Croix-des-Bouquets, just north of the capital

  • The 2010 Haiti earthquake (Haitian Creole: Tranblemanntè 12 janvye 2010 nan peyi Ayiti) was a catastrophic magnitude 7.0  earthquake that struck 25 km west of the capital c

  •   Want to freshen up with a fresh, chic, authentic headshot while visiting one of Toronto’s coolest districts? I’ve got a few spots left for my fast ‘

  • Gord Downie, one of our country’s beloved musicians, poet and social activist, was diagnosed with Brain Cancer in 2016. I’ve created a series of limited edition

  • On a cold January afternoon, thousands of people gathered at Queen’s Park in Toronto to march in solidarity. To call to action. To express outrage. To call for unity.

  • In order to find out the pulse of this city, I want to know what drives people; how Torontonians build community, what inspires, frustrates them. What is it about this city