Two weeks ago, I spent the afternoon in a holiday-themed wonderland filled with philosophy products, from eye cream to serum to cookie-flavoured soap to their best-selling cleansing face wash.
Dr. Dean Ornish has already accomplished a lot—but after interviewing him, it seems what has been most important throughout his career has been getting the root cause of the problem—whatever that may mean, for each of his patients.
Dr. Jane Aronson was travelling abroad when she realized the need for programs targeted at helping children get proper healthcare and education.
To kick off Toronto Fashion Week, activist and founder of the Responsible Trust for Models Elizabeth Peyton Jones spoke about her experience in the industry and desire to create safer work environments, especially for children and teens.
I had the chance to sit down with Brandi Leifso, the cool and fearless leader of her cosmetics brand Evelyn Iona and company Evio Beauty Ltd.
The Evidence Room featured at the Royal Ontario Museum is a powerful and sobering exhibit dedicated to showing, through sculpture and reconstruction, that Auschwitz-Birkenau, the notorious death camp in Poland, was used to kill as many people as possible. It was designed for death.
I wrote about Eric for the Toronto Star because of his initiative to properly recycle to-go coffee cups.
A Canadian company is helping city dwellers get farm-fresh eggs by building urban chicken coops.
I wrote about Loizza Aquino for the Toronto Star last month, ahead of an event to remove the stigma surrounding mental health and suicide.
Last month I spoke to Shamus O'Reilly before he came to Toronto to enjoy a cannabis-infused dinner with nine other Canadian veterans.
When they said everything was plant-based, they meant everything.
What Elissa said to me then is just as important now, if not more—given how the conversation about women, women's rights, sexual assault and behaviour in the workplace have catapulted to the centre of a worldwide discussion.
Last month Knixwear founder and CEO Joanna Griffiths was brainstorming ways to raise awareness about body positivity.
The runway isn't only reserved for models. That's what a new campaign run by Toronto-based company Knixwear is trying to prove.
It's shocking to know that the net neutrality protection that we take for granted can be taken away just as quickly as it was in the United States
Canadians are taking to Twitter and social media to denounce the move.