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Anyone can go into a boutique and come out well-dressed. It is incredibly easy. You don’t need fashion sense, but you do need a budget. There is an entire industry is based on selling pre-made fashion-looks, which millions of people around the world pour their...

by Sonia Davidson Fashion designers around the world are constantly looking for ways to get some attention to their collections and with hopes of translating the exposure into sales. It’s a tough industry and if you had a chance to check out the recent documentary ‘House of...

by Joan Kelley Walker There nothing like a change of season to make you rethink your wardrobe. To find out what to wear this spring and summer 2016, I spoke to Molly Fitzpatrick, the Chair of Scrubs in the City, a Sick Kids Hospital Foundation, who...

by Joan Kelley Walker Being Thankful It seems like a no brainer. Supporting charitable organizations and doing acts of kindness is the right thing to do. Most people get that. My family and many Canadians are very privileged. I feel we have an obligation to give back,...

by Joan Kelley Walker Eric Fusilier (Bass, Vocals) Aaron Powell (Guitar, Vocals) Elias Dummer (Lead Vocals, Piano) and Josh Vanderlaan (Drums) are contenders for a Juno this Sunday night. Photo courtesy of The City Harmonic. The 45th annual Juno Awards will be broadcast this Sunday, April...

by Joan Kelley Walker   Dani and John with pictures of the children they sponsor through World Vision. Photo courtesy of the Gattinger family. There's nothing I admire more than a couple with an enduring love and a commitment to giving back. Such is the case of John...

by Joan Kelley Walker Photo: World Vision As a child advocate, I recently had the opportunity to travel to Cambodia to see some of the work World Vision is doing to make a difference. It was also the first time I took my sons to see how...

by Joan Kelley Walker Mauril Bélanger, MP, was recently named Honorary Speaker for a day in the House of Commons. He had put his name forward for the official position of House Speaker before his diagnosis of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as ALS or Lou...

by Joan Kelley Walker Mother’s Day is a time to remember that a mother’s love know no bounds with a depth that is endless and never self-serving. It seems natural and expected to celebrate those who gave us life, which has been the case for thousands...