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Tales from the 2.9 — The Black Canadians Sharing their Stories in a Digital Age — #5: Amanda Nunes, Blogger, Heartless Girl

While Amanda and I have run through different social circles as bloggers, I’ve found her nothing but kind each time we have crossed paths. Her submission for Tales from the 2.9 is a testament to the fact that one doesn’t need to feel boxed in by their race — […]

Tales from the 2.9 — #4- Chad G. Cranston (Featured Image) v2

Tales from the 2.9 — The Black Canadians Sharing their Stories in a Digital Age — #4: Chad G. Cranston, Co-Founder, TQ Magazine

Before being introduced by a mutual friend, TQ was one of those names who I thought I’d never cross paths with because it’s a publication that just oozes cool. But co-founder Chad G. Cranston’s submission to Tales from the 2.9 is deeply rooted in something I believe in — leaving behind things […]

A Case Cringle Christmas, Day 1 — Keep Your Phone Game on Fleek with the Alcatel onetouch Idol 3! (Featured Image)

GIVEAWAY: A Case Cringle Christmas, Day 1 — Keep Your Phone Game on Fleek with the Alcatel onetouch Idol 3!

Ahoy there, Internetland — you couldn’t seriously believe I’d let the Christmas season pass me by without putting out some sweet giveaways to celebrate the holidays, right? Though not as expansive — or admittedly, prepared — as the Techmas event at my buddy Zach’s site, I’ve partnered with a number of […]

Stop Being So SHELLFISH! #LobstahPalooza2015 — An Adventure in Atlantic Ambrosia! (Banner)

Stop Being So SHELLFISH! #LobstahPalooza2015 — An Adventure in Atlantic Ambrosia!

On Sunday, September 27th, something’s coming up that you won’t want to miss! Toronto’s known for its foodie culture, hosting people and their dishes from virtually every corner of the planet, giving our citizens a discerning palate that you just won’t find anywhere else. But because as a diverse city we’re […]

Casey Palmer x Quaker Canada Present — -Goodness Starts Today- Part Two- So Long, and Thanks for the Sandbanks

Casey Palmer x Quaker Canada Present — “Goodness Starts Today” Part Two: So Long, and Thanks for the Sandbanks

Growing up, the most my family dealt with the outdoors was around our Mississauga neighbourhood with bike rides by the Credit River, or horsing around with our friends at the nearby park when we weren’t too busy with cartoons or video games. Some reasons for this were obvious — […]

Let Them Eat Skate - or - That Time the 2015 IIHF World Junior Championship Taught Me Why Canadians Love Hockey (Banner)

Let Them Eat Skate – or – That Time the 2015 IIHF World Junior Championship Taught Me Why Canadians Love Hockey

Welcome to 2015! A week in and I’m already a little behind, trying to put the finishing touches on The 2015 100 while a major project at the 9-5 threatens to encroach on my personal time and is making the juggling act harder than ever. Sarah sees me at it […]

Hull Services x #RBCAmes

Helping Youth with Hull Services and #RBCAmes!

What would you do if someone gave you the resources to make a difference? Some would try to cure diseases, some would focus on developing countries, or perhaps donate it to a favourite cause. In the case of Trevor Morgan, Vice President of New Line Skateparks, it’s giving […]

100 Happy Days — Can You Be Happy for 100 Days in a Row?

#100HappyDays — Day 13 — A Little #CANvsSWE Tweet!

#100HappyDays Day 13 was a screenshot of this tweet: We offloaded Bieber to the US and showed IKEA that their crazy instructions can't stop us. Best. Olympics. Ever. #CANvsSWE — Casey E. Palmer (@CaseP) February 23, 2014 I made it this morning during the Canada vs. Sweden game […]

DO ALL THE THINGS: The 2013 100 Wrap-Up 71-80: Karaoke, Cards and a bit of O Canada!

Who needs sleep? It’s the last day of the year and time to close up shop. Zach survived A Sponsored Life, Sarah begat new life unto the world, and you know what? It’s been a solid year. How solid, though? These last few posts should tell the tale!

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