Earth-Hour

Small Action Big Impact

Earth Hour began in 2007 and has grown into a global event with millions of participants. Supporters partake by switching off non-essential lights for one hour as a symbolic show of concern for the environment. Those of you who know me, know that I am often more committed to economic growth (which sometimes means, without […]

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yule_duel

Join the Choir (or not!)

Yule Duel, British Columbia’s largest outdoor caroling competition has returned to Gastown!  I heard about it for the first time last year after friends of mine talked about “singing Christmas Carols for a cause”. A previous commitment prevented me from going but I wasn’t about to miss it again this year.  Yesterday, I took my […]

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Operation Red Nose Holiday Outfit

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas

Can you hear it? The sleigh bells and classic holiday tunes in the distance….. I know … technically, this magical time of the year is all about children but for me it goes beyond that. As an event planner, the holiday season is all about organizing and attending the best Christmas parties. As a marketer, […]

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