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Lisa van de Geyn

Hitting the Right Note

Famous novelist Jack Kerouac once
said, “The only truth is music,” and
while that might seem a tad dramatic, we couldn’t agree more. Music is
universal (it’s actually been proven
by scientists at Harvard) and releases
endorphins in our brains. It offers hope and an escape, it excites and relaxes, and it’s an art form that brings people together like no other. Not to sound like a broken record, but we love music, and so do the folks we feature here. Hearing their stories was, well, music to our ears.

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Arts & Culture
Katie Dupuis

Melissa Brant

This artist thrives on creativity in many forms — painting, movement, meditation and more — and it’s her aim to share her brand of joyful expression with her community.

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Arts & Culture
Katie Dupuis

Mallory Yawnghwe

The founder of Indigenous Box dishes on everything from her attitude of gratitude to what she’s currently reading and her daily must-haves.

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AI & Robotics
Katie Dupuis

Muraly Srinarayanathas

The co-founder and executive chair of 369 Global Inc. gives us the goods on everything from what inspires him to his daily must-haves.

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AI & Robotics
Kailee Somers

A Trip Down Portobello Road

Oshawa-based vegan restaurant Portobello Road proves that eating plant-based doesn’t have to mean
sacrificing flavour or joy. In fact, don’t be surprised to find a new favourite dish at this forward-thinking eatery.

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AI & Robotics
Katie Dupuis

Meet  Dr. Carolyn McGregor

Artificial intelligence and robotics are becoming important factors in the progress of healthcare, thanks to pioneers like Dr. Carolyn McGregor AM.

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AI & Robotics
Melissa Nowakowski

A New Era in Education

AI and robotics are reshaping the future for many sectors, from manufacturing and agriculture to healthcare and communications.

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AI & Robotics
Katie Dupuis

The Future in Motion

Motion capture is a fascinating, quickly advancing area
of scientific research. The technology, which was first
introduced as a concept close to 100 years ago, can now
be implemented anytime, anywhere, and can be used to
evaluate a person’s performance, treatment or experience.

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AI & Robotics
Lisa van de Geyn

The Brains Behind the Big Ideas

Toronto’s Vector Institute is one of only three AI hubs in Canada. Six years after its inception, it continues to foster the smartest minds in AI, machine learning and deep learning, and plays a major role in helping companies realize and achieve their AI goals.

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Electrification & Mobility Solutions
Kailee Somers

Get to know the Yardbird

If you haven’t experienced the unique culinary experience and expertly crafted cocktails at The Yardbird in downtown Bowmanville, it’s time to make a reservation.

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Electrification & Mobility Solutions
Katie Dupuis

Amy Davies

The First30 CEO dishes on her inspiration for starting her company, her biggest success so far, her best and worst habits and more.

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Toronto: Pandemic Pivots #20
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What’s Hot in Tech

Three companies we’re keeping an eye on.
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APP Development

There’s an app for that.
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Summer Forcast: Camping

Just east of Toronto lies many picturesque camping locales for an outdoor getaway. Whether you prefer to rough it in a tent or enjoy the comforts of RVing, we’ve got you covered with some of the best spots to check out this summer. (Be sure to add daytrips into nearby towns to your itineraries. There are great places to eat and shop around each of these campsites.)
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