At the age of four, Christina Morrison knew she wanted to be a dancer. For a period of ten years she explored ballet, jazz and ballroom, yet nothing was exactly what she envisioned. Then during university, she discovered salsa and perused lessons traveling every weekend to Seattle where she received an opportunity to perform at the New York Salsa Congress. Though new and slightly overwhelmed, she was confident sharing the stage with the world’s top dancers. Recognizing her positive attitude organizers invited her to choreograph a team for the next event. Feeling she lacked experience she declined. The organizers insisted, shipping her an official event poster highlighting her return. Over eleven years, her passion and dedication have helped her build a remarkable career and company, Salsa Caliente. As a certified judge, and the only instructor in Canada certified by the World Salsa University, she continues to extensively tour her team and performs annually in New York.
Guys, cars and Rock and Roll. It’s a lifestyle and it’s best kept simple when real life steps in, so that’s exactly how The Stockers are keeping it real.They work hard and jam each week
Fantasy and horror abound, local director’s playful genius taps into creative doll art
Thanks to her background as a theatre artist, director Kathleen Greenfield naturally fell into doll making as a process of unwinding.
Far from normal, creating opportunities halfway around the world
The no-brainer equation for Taylor Conroy: A creative hand in business + A once in a lifetime opportunity = Building schools in third world countries.
For the Love of Hats
Browsing shops on a weekend getaway, Lynda Marie became infatuated with her very first traditional dress hat. A passion for the texture and structure ensued and never left.
Caring for the Earth and creating Edible Cities
As a boy Joshua Wagler was drawn by memories of his grandparents’ farm and the view of the city’s massive system from a plane window. In university, Urban Studies really
If Personality had a Name
If Personality had a name it would probably be Dylan Willows – the suave, brilliant morning host of The ZONE 91.3 and co-producer of the season opener for