Multipotentialite: Shifting Away From the “One True Calling”
By Alexia S
After finishing my undergrad in the health sciences, I felt really confused as to what to do next. I was completely lost in regards to my career trajectory, and societal pressure gave me this intense need to find my “calling”....
Adaptability During the Pandemic: World is Slowing, Creative Juices are Flowing
By Lily Woodbury
Evidently, there has been a multitude of downsides due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, one positive outcome has been the level of creativity and ingenuity that has emerged in businesses and individuals alike. With so many restrictions in place, businesses,...
Canadian Gender Wage Gap: The Gap is still GAPING
By Alexia S
Can you believe that the gender wage gap STILL exists? It prevails in some way or another in every country in the world - even in Canada. Before we dive into this issue, it is important to acknowledge that gender...
Climate Change and Infertility
By Leah Simpkins
As I dug into this topic, I went down a rabbit hole of intersecting analysis in environmental sciences and reproductive health. What I discovered is an interesting (albeit disturbing) link between the environment and infertility within climate change research. This...
At the Intersection of Period Poverty & Environment
By Lily WoodburyPeriod poverty is an intersectional problem that requires simultaneous solutions to solve issues facing both people and the planet. Read more for key insights:
5 reasons to support small businesses
By Erin Bernie
Support local businesses that are owned and operated by your neighbors! Caring about and investing in the wellbeing of their community and its future. Here's 5 reasons why you should support small businesses: