Romance is in the Air ‘A Flight to Catch’ by Pooja Valeja

Trainer, Publicist, Entrepreneur and now Author, Pooja Valeja is all set to launch her very first fiction, ‘A Flight to Catch: A Tale of Unspoken Words’. A book that interestingly portrays various moulds of a relationship through a seamless story line. It explains the nuances and the delicate feelings of a transcending relationship from being acquaintances, to the closest of friends, to lovers and eventually with a twist in the tail.

LIVERight Health Forum

LIVERight Health Forum has been an event attended by thousands in years past, and one that provides significant insight and value for caregivers, loved ones and those living with liver disease. Facing a new reality in 2020 and like many major events across Canada, we’ve taken this opportunity to bring this highly attended event online so even more Canadians (and anyone else worldwide) can hear from our panel of world-renowned liver health experts.

International students are more likely to graduate from a master’s degree program within two years than Canadian students

The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic dramatically changed the world, and Canadian postsecondary education is no exception. For international students, it could mean that some who went home at the beginning of the pandemic may not return to continue their postsecondary programs here, while others who considered studying in Canada may opt out. Online learning presents new possibilities for international students pursuing Canadian credentials, but may come with its own challenges or simply not be an option for some students.

Experiences of discrimination during the COVID-19 pandemic

In recent months, the difficulties faced by several groups of Canadians based on their identity (e.g., race or skin colour, Indigenous identity, ethnicity or culture, age, gender, disability) has become an important topic of conversation. The COVID-19 pandemic has intensified pre-existing inequities in Canadian society and has highlighted the need for more granular data about the social impacts of COVID-19.


Striving to establish and improve the early detection of pancreatic cancer, the Brian Jessel BMW Cabriolet Gala commemorates this pioneering field’s resolution and commitment to research, community activation and advocacy. Being Vancouver’s signature charity event, the Cabriolet Gala has since 2004, raised over $2M in support of pancreatic cancer and other worthwhile charities.

2020 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid review

The 2020 Lincoln MKZ is a luxury premium sedan from the storied American automaker. It has always been a good looking car with its sleek fastback roofline and defined side profile. Nicely rendered LED lights, a chrome Lincoln family grille tasteful brightwork accents, and a sleek rear light bar are also distinct touches.

2020 Chrysler Pacifica Touring Review: Made in Canada! 

For 2020, the Chrysler Pacifica minivan   continues on as an excellent three- row family that can seat 7 or 8 passengers in in supreme comfort.   Highlights include, roomy interior, serene driving experience, and overall refinement .The new 2021 Pacifica is set to debut with new styling updates and an all-wheel-drive option. 

Preview – An all-new Grand Wagoneer Concept

An all-new Grand Wagoneer Concept – recently debuted in Detroit – and marks the rebirth of a classic and premium American icon, providing a vision of what the modern expression of the original, ultimate, premium SUV can be. Born in 1962 for the 1963 model year, the original Jeep Wagoneer was the first four-wheel-drive vehicle mated to an automatic transmission, pioneering the first modern SUV.