Canada’s cannabis Is coming to colombia

November 29 / 2017
By Randy Robinson

Bye bye, blanco. Hello, verde. We talked to the first international company licensed to cultivate and distribute medical marijuana extracts south of the equator.


Almost half of Ontario youth miss school because of anxiety, study suggests

November 14 / 2017
By Samantha Beattie

Anxiety is one of the “big front-runners” when it comes to mental illness in youth, said Lydia Sai-Chew, CEO of Skylark Children, Youth and Families, which offers free counselling and mental health services in Toronto.


Colombian medical cannabis producer Khiron Life Sciences prepares to serve Latin America

November 03 / 2017
By Alan Brochstein

We connected with Alvaro Torres, CEO of Khiron Life Sciences, to learn more about the developing market and his company’s goals. Khiron, which is in the process of listing on the TSX Venture, is based in Canada, where it has raised its capital.


This long-abandoned sears is now an urban hub

October 31 / 2017
By Mark Teo

In Memphis, an abandoned art deco Sears building has been revitalized – and now, the Crosstown Concourse is at the centre of the community.


How to talk to your children about drugs

October 26 / 2017
By Dave McGinn

Talking to your children about drugs has never been easy. Now, with the upcoming legalization of cannabis and the proliferation of fentanyl, it’s probably never been more important. But how does a parent win their children’s trust? How do you even begin?


Canada’s top design firm pledges carbon neutral portfolio by 2030

October 13 / 2017
By Living Architecture Monitor

DIALOG has officially joined a global community of design firms who are taking action against climate change by signing The American Institute of Architects (AIA) 2030 Commitment.


Everything is an experiment

September 26 / 2017
By Alex Bozikovic

“There is a joy to being handy,” Deborah Moss says. “Being handy both with things and with ideas.”


Take time to unplug and check out this summer

July 11 / 2017
By Jon Packer

There was a time when vacations meant an escape from the daily grind of busy home and work life.


Far from the madding crowd

June 06 / 2017
By Dossier

‘We’re artists visiting the design world,’ laughs Deborah Moss about her studio practice.


Will Lululemon’s new ad campaign finally make it cool again?

May 17 / 2017
By Maclean's

Somewhere along the path where it defined the ‘athleisure’ retailing phenomenon, Lululemon lost some brand magic.

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