We’ve all been there. We wake up at 6am to make it to spinning. We eat a salad for lunch – dressing on the side. We even manage to skip dessert after dinner. And then 11 o’clock rolls around. Somehow,...
After a party-hardy weekend or a hectic holiday, do you often crave the normalcy of your usual routines? And then, after a monotonous workweek or long difficult project, do you yearn to partake in some random fun? This is a common cycle amongst young professionals, a back and forth way of living that can often leave many YPs unsure of who we are, who we want to be, and what we want out of life
St.Patrick’s Day is arguably one of the greatest celebrations in Montreal, a festival in our city since 1824! Despite the slushy streets, cold winds and potholes, Montreal turns it up a notch in the name of green, colcannon and stout. This year, prepare yourselves for the copious amounts of stout and eat like a Saint! Here are some of our “I’m feeling a wee Irish today” go-to spots in Montreal for some authentic Irish pub grub
It’s that time of year where we are all chomping at the bits for warmer weather and attire that does not require a parka for outdoor activity. In reality we still have a ways to go. But that is no reason for you to fall into a cold weather funk. This weekend is full of events and activities that are bound to have you forgetting about the relentless minus temperatures and snowfall.
Vancouver is full of notable young professional events this weekend ranging from the Annual Vancouver International Wine Festival to the West Coast Women's Show. Check out our list and start planning away
It's officially the first weekend of March. Hallelujah! If the weather thus far is any indication, we're on tap for an “in like a lion, out like a lamb” kinda month. So, let's rival Ms. Nature and roar into the weekend...
With the weekend finally here, Montreal has a plethora of great events in store! From the new Thursdays at Brasserie Central to the first ever winter wonderland champagne brunch party - we got the notable list right here!
The majestic and historic Montreal Royal Bank built in 1928 was alive with dancing, drinking, arcade games, a glorious feast, and a whole lot of merrymaking this past Sunday night, as the Jewish community in Old Montreal came together to celebrate Purim, this joyous holiday where festivity met spirituality!
Where to go to get your accessory fix in YVR? Well, there are plenty of places worth popping into around town when it comes to the ladies, but where do you head to when in search of stylish accessories for guys?