This isn’t some angry feminist’s diatribe; this is a clear-minded, rational journalist who’s saying it like it is.
The CNE fairgrounds likely captures the most accurate portrait of who we are as a city, because EVERYONE GOES TO THE EX!
“I would like to be able to tap people on the shoulder and make them kind. So if someone was being mean, I’d just tap them and they would find kindness.”
This dazzling event has become our favourite festival party, as it honours women in the film industry who are dynamos, gutsy trailblazers, and stars that shine and make us proud.
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If your only notion of Japan includes a Red Dragon Roll and a can of Sapporo, you’re seriously missing out.
By accepting pain as it is and rejecting the urge to catastrophize or act on impulse, I’m reducing the intensity and duration of the feelings.
“With my new found health I vowed that I was going to do anything I could to be the best person I could possibly be in life. I owed it to myself for those three years that I felt I had lost…so here I am.”
“As Toronto evolves, we’ll continue to bring diverse perspectives to our screens to help bridge gaps between cultures, time and generations.”
It is very healthy to regularly turn devices to silent (not vibrate) and be fully present with others. And never bring your phone to bed!
They’re gonna tear you a new one!
This fall will be fuelled with visits from Canadian favourites Chris Hadfield, Mike Myers, and Emma Donoghue.
Everyone has a mental health story. Talking about it shouldn’t be taboo.
“There is such a thing as rehearsing too much! You have to give yourself enough time to check in with yourself.”
“I have not met her yet, but I really look forward to it because she gave me a moment in my life that I will carry with me forever.”