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"O Canada! A Celebration of 150 Years"

Looking for a new coffee table book? “O Canada! A Celebration of 150 Years” explores themes of diversity, culture and growth. The book includes contributions from major political figures such as ex-Gouverner General Michaëlle Jean and the Director of Ottawa's Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health, Allison Fisher. A portion of the book’s proceeds go towards the Michaëlle Jean Foundation, which enables underserved youth to make personal and community-oriented changes by means of the arts.

Mind The Gap: Is Canada’s 2018 Federal Budget A Step Towards Gender Equality?

Equality + Growth, A Strong Middle Class

Though the 2018 federal budget’s focus on gender equality is being praised by some, others are writing this year’s budget off as symbolic Liberal feminism. “This budget is bold. What the Liberals did, is that they made the next two years or year-and-a-half about social issues. I, as a whole, like it,” says Erica Ifill, co-host of the Bad + Bitchy podcast and founder of Not In My Colour. “They’re making strides, but it didn’t go far enough in certain areas.”

“Just Another Day in The Jungle”: Adonis Bosso on Releasing His First Single

Adonis Bosso, clad in black, sits on a wicker chair surrounded by overgrown plants, placed before a concrete wall.

On his way to catch a flight to New York City, Canadian-raised international supermodel Adonis Bosso calls me to chat about the release of his first independent single, “Jungle.” He describes the song as social commentary on life, as the 27-year-old has experienced it. “I feel like life is a jungle. It’s kind of about my time in New York, trying to make it, trying to make a name for myself,” says Bosso.

My Last Moments in New York and Other Updates

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My final week in New York City flew by so fast, that I barely had time to catch my breath. My partner came to the big apple for a week-long vacation in the city before heading back to Canada's capital with me. We spent the gloomier days visiting cultural landmarks, such as the Guggenheim and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and days with good weather were reserved for early morning talkshows and strolls through Central Park.

Week Four in New York City: #Midterm

Last week was insanely busy, what with an event to cover on Monday, the writeup due the following day and my midterm review anticipated for Thursday. In order to rest up for work, after grabbing a quick bite at the dinning hall, I spent most of my evenings in bed with my beloved partner that has yet to fail me, Netflix – aside from that time they figured out I was cheating on them with their French twin via VPN, but those days are long gone.

Week Three in New York City: I Might Not Josh, But I Do Kidman

New York's novelty has yet to wear off. This city has it all: great food, pleasantly sassy people and breathtaking landscapes. Thanks to the humidity subsiding and allowing me to breathe when I step outside, I finally had the opportunity to spend my weekend doing what I love most – exploring the city with a coffee in hand and a penniless pocket. But that's a story for another day.