Today's Notable Young Professional is Special Events and Fundraising Officer Sophie Perodeau, whose marquee production, Zajac Nights, will be an upcoming must-attend for Vancouver young professionals. Here's why... Elevator Pitch: Describe your job in a nutshell.This is a tricky one,...
We kicked it off our monthly interview series with motionball's Paul Ehterington with his thoughts on leadership and charitable involvement, and now the seasoned party thrower offers seven key steps to launching a charity event
Because Paul Etherington doesn’t have time to do coffee with everyone (though we are sure he would if he could), we offer the next best thing: a monthly series where he answers some of your most asked questions and offers inspiring words of wisdom. We kick it off with his thoughts on leadership and charitable involvement
As Bell Let's Talk Day kickstarts conversation to raise awareness about mental health in Canada, we asked Dr. Ian Dawe, Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto and the Physician-in-Chief at Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences, a few questions when it comes to mental health and young professionals
The city is abuzz with reasons to pluck out a cocktail dress, grab a jacket and tie and head out for an evening of mingling with some of the city’s top professionals. There are plenty of gala-style events about to take place, and we’ve got a few on our radar that we think are worthy investments for YP’s looking to make some tasteful new contacts.
It’s so easy to join the hordes wandering in and out of designer boutiques, shopping malls and along Robson Street these days – we get it, we’ve done enough damage to our credit card to prove it too. However, why not dial the store spending back a bit and put gifting funds to good use by supporting one of Vancouver’s many amazing charities this Christmas?
With prostate cancer research and awareness being the central focus of everyone’s mind this month, it’s only becoming of our good friends at the Antonopoulos Group to roll out their blue carpet to raise funds for PROCURE, the only Quebec charity solely dedicated to the cause
You may have noticed some extra animation in the air and on the streets last week courtesy of Bullying Awareness Week. Many celebrities, such as Jessica Alba, Stephanie Pratt and Kendall Jenner, have come together to stomp out bullying, embrace individuality and build self confidence in today's youth, doing so by sporting and promoting their "SO SO Happy" line of hoodies
November 1st marked the official start of everyone’s favourite excuse to grow a moustache of epic proportions. In other words: Grow a mo, rock it for a month, and ask your buddies to sponsor your growing initiative for a great cause
A number of men in this country have now had the weekend to let the hairs on their upper lip loose. For the next four weeks or so, these regularly empty spaces will be filled with burgeoning moustaches of all kinds – and all in the name of a good cause