We spoke with Sharon Neiss, creator of Day Ja View family organizer, and author of Me and My So-Called Friends. We found out how long it actually takes to write a book, the secret ingredient needed to be an entrepreneur, and which social media platform she’s avoiding.
We spoke with Hailey Jefferies, co-founder and president of Prairie Fava. She and her husband Cale started this business to create and sell fava bean ingredients. We found out about entrepreneurship in Manitoba, how to run a business with your husband, and why favas are the future.
There is so much about Halloween that terrifies me. Genetically modified foods, toxic face paint, and insane piles of garbage, to start. I have always shared my real, honest opinions and struggles to honour the fun of the holiday for my kids and community, while maintaining my values, and
We spoke with Oren Epstein, The Vegan Broker and owner of BIO RAW. We found out why he wants to shake up the food industry, why you won’t find iceberg lettuce in his salad bowls, and the vegetable he resonates with most.
We spoke with Margot Perlmutter, Camp Director at Camp Tamakwa and author of Camp Food Matters. Camp Tamakwa is a co-ed residential summer camp located in beautiful Algonquin Park, Canada since 1936 (and where my kids spend their summers). We found out about the healthy food changes happening at
We connected with Kane Sarhan, Vice President, Brand Marketing at Starwood Capital Group. His hotel brand management company oversees the development and management of 1 Hotels (my favourite NYC stay). We found out how nature influences every aspect of their business, why you actually want to shop from their room’s minibar,
We interviewed Frankie Nelson and BJ Barone, educators, and authors of Milo’s Adventures: A Story About Love. We found out what it was like to discover their birth photo had gone viral, how their family responded to all the media attention (the good + the bad), and the sweet message their
We interviewed Toby Davidson, serial entrepreneur and impact investor in the food industry. We found out some great tips for food businesses wanting to get into retail, why the business term “meaningful differentiation” is close to her heart, and which musician sings the soundtrack to her life.
We spoke with Dr. Yoni Freedhoff. Yoni is a family doc, Assistant Prof. at the University of Ottawa, Author of The Diet Fix, and founder of Ottawa’s non-surgical Bariatric Medical Institute – a multi-disciplinary, ethical, evidence-based nutrition and weight management centre. We found out how he also manages, on top
We interviewed Chef Doug McNish (again!), author of 3 award-winning cookbooks, and owner of The Public Kitchen in Toronto. We found out what foods he loves sharing with his 1 year old, why eating organic is as important as being vegan, and why he took the time to create a