Here’s how to keep your money-making machines running smoothly so you can ring up sales instead of repair people.
For discerning buyers seeking a centrally located upscale new condominium with plenty of greenspace, look no further than Maison 77 Clarendon . The exclusive new five-storey boutique property from Menkes Developments will feature 16 luxurious spacious suites located in Forest Hill South, a charming, prestigious and quiet enclave.
We’re taking another peek into Joanna Quinn and Les Mills’ multi-award-winning Affairs of the Art, to discover the quirky obsessions of Beryl’s sister, son and husband
Ever since viewers met Beryl in 1987’s rollicking animated short film Girls Night Out, audiences around the world have followed her hilarious adventures. Here, the couple shares their inspiration.
As face-to-face events re-emerge, planners must reimagine their event strategy and design to focus on attendee comfort and confidence. That means having fewer touchpoints, developing safety protocols and clear communication. Here’s how planners and venues can go touchless.
Follow this easy step-by-step guide to learn how to propagate succulents from leaves and cuttings. Before you know it, you will have succulents to share.
The poet Robert Frost once famously said, “Good fences make good neighbours,” but this only holds true if that fence is in the right place. Most homeowners don’t actually know where their property begins and ends. Here’s what you need to understand about property lines and boundary rights.
Made popular in the 1940s, multigenerational living is on the upswing again. More Canadians are pooling resources with their parents or grandparents to invest in urban or suburban properties together, according to a recent Engel & Völkers report. Multigenerational homes allow relatives to live under one roof, with both private space and communal areas families can enjoy together.
Here’s what you need to know if you’re in the market to purchase a home suitable for multigenerational living.
Above her desk in Vancouver, Martha Piper, PhD’79, DSc’98, hung a quote from acclaimed modernist painter Georgia O’Keeffe that has long inspired her: “It takes more than talent. It takes a kind of nerve, and a lot of hard, hard work.”
O’Keeffe’s words ring true to Piper, the first woman president of the University of British Columbia.
In the recently published book Nerve: Lessons on Leadership from Two Women Who Went First, Piper and Indira Samarasekera – the first woman to become the president of the University of Alberta – provide a step-by-step roadmap for other women to follow.
Joanna Quinn and Les Mills’ multi-award-winning Affairs of the Art chronicles the hilarious antics of a middle-aged woman and her eccentric family.
Since its debut at the Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival in January 2021, where it won the Best Animation award, Affairs of the Art has been screened at more than 65 festivals.
Director Joanna Quinn and producer/screenwriter Les Mills’ 16-minute film treats us to a rollicking new adventure featuring the beloved character of Beryl.
With its blend of unspoiled, wide-open spaces and exclusive small-group activities, Canada offers one-of-a-kind incentive experiences that will reward, engage and dazzle your VIPs. Whether immersed in nature or on the streets of a bustling city, they find endless ways to enjoy culture, from channeling their inner cowboys in Calgary to dogsledding beneath the exquisite Northern Lights to immersing themselves in Montréal's circus mystique. Here are just some memorable ways for incentive winners to connect with diverse heritage in Canada.
Canada's incentive offerings appeal to culinary travelers who love to savor every moment.
From British Columbia to the Maritimes, incentive participants can experience friendly local engagement and meaningful interactive programming year-round while devouring exquisite food, wine and spirits. When hosting your incentive travel program in Canada, your participants are in for a flavorful experience tailored to their particular company or corporate objectives. Here are six impactful options for groups with a taste for exploration.
Meaningful incentive experiences should inspire, even awe, those taking part in the trip. And Canada has more than its share of outdoor experiences that provide these powerful moments — particularly amongst the iconic landscapes of Banff National Park and Lake Louise. Tucked inside Canada's first national park, in Alberta's magnificent Rocky Mountains, these destinations attract more than four million visitors a year and make for ideal incentive outings.
Demand for outdoor venues has skyrocketed in the past two years, including for use for incentive experiences. And one place that has memorable outdoor spaces ideal for groups is the glorious Rocky Mountains of Alberta, Canada. Incentive venues in Banff and Lake Louise offer guests the chance to experience nature up close through bespoke activities designed to create lasting memories.