Tag Archives: canada

Boutique 1861: French Fashion and Flair for All

Soundly emphasizing Parisian elegance and nestled in Montreal’s utmost cosmopolitan district, Boutique 1861 lets customers travel back in time to the fashionable glamour of yesteryear with dozens of vintage and one-of-a-kind pieces.

1 Comment Continue Reading →

Living and Loving The Artists’ Life: Chatting with Andrea Stefancikova

With more than a dozen film, television and stage credits to her name, Andrea Stefancikova is not your average actress. While prominent in the indie film circuit, the social media savvy artist is incredibly dedicated to her craft and understands the real value it brings to not just her life, but those who appreciate and understand film the way she does.

1 Comment Continue Reading →

Catching up with “Max and Shred’s” Jean-Michel Le Gal

Opposite personalities living under the same roof is classic comedy fodder. It is so classic that the term we often use to describe such a situation even refers back to a classic television show that capitalized on such a situation, The Odd Couple. The new show, Max and Shred, follows right in this tradition with […]

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →

Private Eyes: REPUBLIC OF DOYLE’S Mark O’Brien

Canadian television has been making bigger and bigger waves these past few years, with many shows reaching international audiences and earning praise from critics and fans alike. Debuting in 2010, CBC’s Republic of Doyle is an award winning comedy-drama series set in St. John’s, Newfoundland. The show follows private investigator and former police officer Jake […]

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →

Canadian Pride: WHAT IF’s Meghan Heffern

For Canadian actors in the film and television industry, their options seem relatively clear-cut: work in the Canadian film scene, work on American projects shot in Canada, or move to the States to try and make a career in Hollywood. So when a project comes along that’s shot and set in Canada, features big-name talent, […]

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →

The Queen of Comedy: Canada’s NAOMI SNIECKUS

As the saying goes, laughter truly is the best medicine—and if anyone knows about laughter, it’s award-winning actress, writer, and comedienne Naomi Snieckus.

Leave a Comment Continue Reading →

Life is an Open Road: Essential Tips for Road Trippers

Road trips are as American as apple pie! Traveling by car has long been an institution and has remained a classic pastime for many adventurists. Before you climb behind the wheel of your car this season and drive off into the sunset, here are some useful tips for preparing ahead.

2 Comments Continue Reading →

The Bomb Girls Are Back!

Throughout history, women have always been fighters. We’ve fought to be educated, to go to work, and for the right to vote. So when the fate of their show was announced last spring, the ladies of Bomb Girls didn’t take their series cancellation lying down. They fought back.

1 Comment Continue Reading →

Remembering Madiba: What Nelson Mandela Taught Me

“What counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived. It is what difference we have made to the lives of others that will determine the significance of the life we lead.” — Nelson Mandela In life, character doesn’t develop in ease and quiet. It is only through the experiences of hard […]

2 Comments Continue Reading →