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Teaching authenticity in leadership: Teca Cameron

Since incorporating her eponymous business in 2010, Teca Cameron, 39, has gone through a few branding and rebranding periods. The first happened at 27, three years into her leadership role at a government agency. Cameron was starting to feel restless and unsatisfied at the organisation she had been working in ...

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Lyft matches TTC pricing

Toronto’s TTC Line 1 is under maintenance again, causing major headaches for commuters.  During the morning commute last week, filled subway cars were met with jam-packed station platforms, causing riders to wait in lines all the way out of the station for a spot on a train. Ride-sharing app Lyft ...

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Crazy D’s soda: a pop that’s actually good for you

Most of us know soda as a sweet, bubbly beverage, usually high in sugar content. What if you heard that there was a soda that not only tastes good but also is good for you? Darren Portelli has done the trick.  It took specific changes to his diet over five years ago to lead ...

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Ontario mixed martial arts update

Since its establishment in 2014, St. Catharines’ Meridian Centre has hosted hockey, curling and basketball games. But the arena, and many others like it across Ontario, haven’t played a part in hosting any mixed martial art (MMA) events, even though the combat sport became legal in the province in 2010. Rogers Centre, ...

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Family Jingle & Mingle charity Christmas event

With Christmas right around the corner, many families are getting ready for their yearly traditions. Family Jingle & Mingle held its sixth annual Christmas party on Saturday, Dec. 9. “It is a giant celebration for the whole family,” said Gaby Mammone, organizer and director of Family Jingle & Mingle. “We ...

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Peace of Minds Walk

On Oct. 14, the Schizophrenia Society of Ontario (SSO) hosted its second annual Peace of Minds Walk at Bayfront Park. Guests arrived early to register, grab a snack, and listen to speakers before the walk began. The walk is meant to spread awareness about schizophrenia through the community and raise ...

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