Québec based label Simons is opening the world’s first “Net Zero” branch

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With interest on sustainable fashion gradually emerging, one popular Canadian brand is also ready to be part of the “green team” in a revolutionary way. While labels such as Nicole Bridger, Laura Siegel, and H&M rely on eco-friend fabrics and have implemented ethical manufacturing to promote sustainability, Québec-based retailer Simons is […]

Ways to Make Your Home Smell Amazing with Aromatherapy

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There are many ways you can make your home smell amazing. Aromatherapy is the use of of natural (essential) oils extracted from flowers, herbs, tree parts (bark, roots peels, petals) . These parts are considered cells – the essence that gives plants their fragrances. It is known as essential oils. […]

Justin Trudeau Receives Criticism while in India to Retire that Attire!

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With a positive always comes a negative, doesn’t it? That’s just how the world of fame and glory works. Apparently, Justin Trudeau and his family dressed their steps in India ‘too Indian’. Trudeau initially payed India a week-long trip in hopes to focus on economic progress and job creation; resulting […]

Vancouver Meets New York: Fashion Week Made Extra Haute!

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Strike a pose and bring on the clothes! Thanks to our famous Global Fashion Collective (GFC) program, New York Fashion Week is hitting the runway with some Vancouver spice and everything nice! Seven booming Canadian and international designers have been carefully selected to strut their stuff; merging with NYFW this […]

Six BBC Journalists Take Salary Cut To Support Equal Pay

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This year, Iceland became the first country to legalize equal pay for men and women. BBC recently reported that 6 of its male journalists; Jeremy Vine, Nick Robinson, John Humphyrs, Huw Edwards, Nicky Campbell and Jon Sopel. The highest paid out of all of the journalists was Jeremy Vine. He […]

Organic Beauty – Good For Your Health?

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Organic and cruelty-free beauty products are making big waves across the globe and Canada is no different as Canadian organic skincare drives growth worldwide. As the internet swells ever more, it seems people are becoming aware of the options that are out there. The evidence is in big retailers who are […]

Ahed Tamimi Ruled to Stay Behind Bars

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–Update— An Israeli military judge has denied the release of the 16-year-old Palestinian activist, concluding that there is ‘no alternative’ other than to hold her captive in the upcoming months. With a whopping charge of twelve counts, including assault, the judge states that “the gravity of the offences of which […]

Hawaii false missile alert: Employee pushed the wrong button

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This weekend, Hawaiians received a false alarm warning regarding a ballistic missile heading to Hawaii. This false alert is said to have been sent during an employee shift change at the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency and the state apparently did not have an automated way to let their citizens know […]

James Franco Takes the Heat and Cools it

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Oh, how a day can turn. Who thought a gesture to fight change would result in fighting the one that aimed to represent it? James Franco was shut down after his attempt in promoting women empowerment by wearing the Time`s Up pin combating sexual misconduct. Little did he know that […]

United States Ambassador Nikki Haley sways her way into International Conflict

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She doesn’t just speak, she roars. The first woman of an ethnic minority, Nikki Haley, serves as the 29th and current United States Ambassador to the United Nations—and she’s not shying away from it. Daughter of immigrants who moved to South Carolina from Punjab, India claimed her position by her […]