VarageSale’s Tami Zuckerman, BEd’02, credits much of the popularity of her virtual garage sale app to the way it helps nurture a sense of community.
When Cindy Blackstock, MMgmt’03, took on the federal government, the government didn’t always fight fair. She prevailed and her victory could be a game-changer for aboriginal children.
Mary Irwin-Gibson, BTh’79, is the first female bishop in the 165-year history of the Anglican Diocese of Montreal. With her MBA training, she’s prepared to tackle the challenges facing her church.
James O’Reilly, BCL’63, was recently honoured by both the Bar of Montreal and the Cree Nation Government for the pioneering role he has played in aboriginal law.
The Canadian media is happy enough to report on the foibles of others. They’re not quite so comfortable when Jesse Brown, BA’00, reports on theirs.
Andrea Stairs, BA’96, the managing director of eBay Canada, is paying close attention to the changing ways in which Canadians shop.
Elizabeth Plank, BA’10, is a rising star thanks to her ability to reach a generation that isn’t supposed to want to think about anything serious online.
After serving for 16 years as a model of cross-party cooperation in an age of bitter partisanship, former justice minister Irwin Cotler, BA’61, BCL’64, bids farewell to Parliament Hill.
As the prime minister’s national security adviser, Richard Fadden, BA’72, is the man that Stephen Harper trusts with keeping him up to speed about the threats that Canada might face.
by Brendan Kelly, BA’85 It’s safe to say that no other franco Québécois comic followed the same route into the stand-up biz as Virginie Fortin, BA’08. She was recently a finalist for Discovery of the Year at the Gala les Oliviers, Quebec’s annual comedy awards. Fortin was a cast member on SNL Québec, the local [...]