Monthly Archives: May 2016

Refashioning Masculinity project offers a fresh model for gender equality

Katrina Clarke | May 21, 2016 | Toronto Star Montrealer Travis Martin had just gone though a breakup, escaped a bus crash that left him luggage-less en route to Toronto and he was feeling a nagging desire to explore his … Continue reading

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Toronto venues popping up in Prince Edward County

Katrina Clarke | May 11, 2015 | Toronto Star Toronto’s newest “It” neighbourhood is an outpost in Prince Edward County where the city’s trendiest bars, restaurants and people are flocking. But the influx is causing a few growing pains in the … Continue reading

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The dark side of being a people pleaser

Katrina Clarke | May 10, 2016 | Toronto Star One of the defining moments in Michael DeCorte’s life came in 2003 after visiting a sick friend in the hospital. “When I was at her beside, I thought to myself, ‘It’s … Continue reading

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Toronto’s #bodypositive movement is growing

Katrina Clarke | May 9, 2016 | Toronto Star Karyn Johnson is used to big women stopping her on the street. “How did you find boots that fit your legs?” they’ll grill the Anna Nicole Smith look-alike, grabbing her arm. Or: … Continue reading

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