Rock, Paper, Scissors Tourney at The Portside Pub a Delightful Ode to Pointlessness

My generation is wandering. I have friends with degrees waiting tables, and my friends whose degrees landed them good jobs are miserable. Rapidly evolving technology is turning our institutions on their heads and it feels like there’s nothing you can hold on to. Those of us approaching or just beginning our thirties are desperately trying to … More Rock, Paper, Scissors Tourney at The Portside Pub a Delightful Ode to Pointlessness

Human Library Breaks Stereotypes at 2016 PuSh Festival

At the 2016 PuSh International arts festival in Vancouver, BC, Human Library, an international initiative, aims to break stereotypes and promote awareness by allowing people to check out a human being in the same way they would check out a book. Participants in this event or “readers” approach a check out desk where they are … More Human Library Breaks Stereotypes at 2016 PuSh Festival

How to Avoid Online Lottery Scams

With the current Powerball Lottery sitting at $1.98 billion, Canadians hoping to leap frog into the highest tax bracket by Wednesday are more susceptible than ever to online scammers. Companies are capitalizing on high hopes by offering ways of purchasing foreign tickets which circumvent laws forbiding online lottery ticket sales. “Canadians pay for tickets and an employee technically … More How to Avoid Online Lottery Scams