With two university degrees under his belt, actor Dillon Casey, BSc’05, is a far cry from the troubled character he plays on the new TV drama Remedy.
Lindsey Brine’s impressive RCMP career has seen him leading international policing efforts in Haiti and pursuing terrorists in Africa. Now he finds himself the top Mountie in Nunavut – and it’s exactly where he wants to be.
She’s only 24, but Ti-Anna Wang, BA’12, already has 10 years of experience as a human rights activist. Her campaign to free her father from a Chinese prison was the inspiration for a recent novel.
Award-winning video director Wendy Morgan, BA’98, has worked with Janelle Monáe and Gnarls Barkley. “I have zero interest in doing videos about girls in skimpy bikinis,” she says.
Charles Bierbrier, BA’98, and David Brophy, BA’84, play key roles in brewing up some of the finest beers that Montreal has to offer.
Stuntwoman Ruth Chiang, BA’06, makes a living by getting blown up, thrown from buildings and being bounced off speeding cars. Who says making movies isn’t glamorous?
Joanne Liu, MDCM’91, the newly elected president of Médecins Sans Frontières International, has practiced medicine in some of the most turbulent regions on the globe.
Raspberry-scented scratch-and-sniff jeans? Going the unconventional route has been the key to success for Naked & Famous jeans founder Brandon Svarc, BCom’04.
Heidi Hollinger, BA’90, visits the world’s great port cities and shares her adventures with TV viewers in both of Canada’s official languages on Ports d’attache and Waterfront Cities of the World.
Jean-Pierre Blais, BCL’84, LLB’84, the new chair of the CRTC, vows that Canada’s communications companies will be under pressure to prove that their activities serve the public interest.