In the biggest annual Curve Ball gala to date, and having been witness to the last 3 myself, it’s easy to see why it keeps growing with 1,500 baseball fans in attendance this time.
Lawn Summer Nights, a fun, social lawn bowling tourney and fundraiser in support of Cystic Fibrosis Canada, celebrated its last game of the season.
Held at the Leaside Lawn Bowling Club on Thurs. July 23rd, the event which sold out in a matter of minutes was filled with young professionals under a social atmosphere and beautiful weather.
Sometimes we become complacent and forget how culturally rich, invigorating and active Toronto truly is. It’s incredibly refreshing and inspirational to be reminded of the hidden gems that may be right around the corner from your home or office. The best way to find out, is to see your community from the eyes of a newcomer or tourist, who’s more likely to wonder, explore and try new things.
Many companies and organizations talk about empowering millennials to be creative thinkers, game changers, leaders, and adventurers rather than settle for status quo. However, if you are a GenY leader with an idea, and are looking for feedback, suggestions, and maybe even a tiny bit of funding, many companies tend to come up short. Even less common, is when a company actively sets out to inspire and empower Gen Y to get creative with their entrepreneurial ideas, educate them on…