Lifestyle

  • What I learned from observing Successful Immigrants Five Secrets to Immigrant Success in Canada  I have met hundreds of successful immigrants who were able to establish themselves very successfully in Canada, live their dreams and make a positive impact on the community around them. I couldn’t help but notice five consistent themes that stood out from observing those ...
  • Canadians Believe The Average Salary They Need For ‘Comfort’ Is $250,000 Would a quarter of $1 million a year solve all of your financial woes? Almost 1,500 Canadians were asked how much pre-tax money would make them feel “financially comfortable” in a survey by financial services firm Edward Jones. The verdict came in at cool $250,000. But why stop there? Being comfortable is ...
  • Dipika Damerla’s political dreams in India turn to political action in Canada Dipika Damerla’s captivation with politics started early. As a relatively privileged teenager attending a boarding school in India, she knew many families who couldn’t afford their children’s education. She dreamed of entering politics to help level the playing field. “So many lives are determined by an accident of birth — ...
  • Beating the winter blues as the cold weather sets in As 10-year-old Carlos Castano exited Toronto Pearson Airport, he was greeted by brisk, Canadian air for the first time in his life. It was a happy moment, as the Colombian-born boy was ready to take on the new adventure of immigrating to Canada with his family. “As a kid, it was ...
  • Think Hard Before Handing Tech Firms The Rights To Our Cities’ Data Sidewalk Labs, sister company to Google, recently won a bid to work with Waterfront Toronto as an innovation and funding partner to help create a Master Innovation and Development Plan for Quayside, a parcel of land on Toronto’s eastern waterfront. This project is called Sidewalk Toronto, and as part of ...