She’s an athlete who’s achieved many firsts. The first First Nations hockey player named to Canada’s National Women’s Team, Lacquette helped Canada win a silver medal at the 2018 Pyeong Chang Olympics. In 2021, Lacquette became the first Indigenous woman to scout for an NHL team, the Chicago Blackhawks. Now, working as an NHL scout, public speaker and player with the PWHPA, Lacquette shares her strengths and vulnerabilities.
Low and slow cooking, lips and fingers sticky with fiery-sweet sauces, and a warm, communal vibe around the table. In America, there is a deep connection with and appreciation for barbecue, rooted in traditions that stretch back centuries. But while comfortingly familiar, today the barbecue concept is also buzzing with innovation and delicious trends to explore. So, what’s on the grill? We took our questions to several barbecue-loving operators across North America.
For caterers, brunch is equally appealing, and food industry reports consistently note its roaring popularity. However, plying garden-variety eggs benny and OJ isn’t going to net you Instagram raves or a flurry of bookings. According to industry analysts, as comfy as the format is, brunch requires real creativity and hard work.
Several years ago, after making significant changes to its board and hiring Jennifer Keith as executive director, British Columbia Artistic Swimming (BCAS) took a long hard look at its culture. The findings were eye-opening.
Officially launched in June 2022, Abuse-Free Sport is Canada’s independent safe-sport mechanism aimed at preventing and addressing maltreatment throughout the Canadian sport system. The program is a pillar of the newly created Office of the Sport Integrity Commissioner (OSIC), mandated to administer complaints related to violations of the Universal Code of Conduct to Prevent and Address Maltreatment in Sport (UCCMS).
From crisp tea towels to fancy Dutch ovens in the latest must-have colour, kitchen gifts have always been popular during the holidays. This year though, that trend has gone into overdrive.
Sport business students spent a year doing their version of the hunkered-at-home COVID-19 pivot. What might the new normal look like once in-person classes resume? Representatives from three Canadian sport business programs talk about pedagogical shifts they expect to see.
What assistance can site selection companies provide to sport events? Key features include, assisting with hotel and venue selection; contract negotiation; bringing in key partners, such as DMOs and hotels; plus saving you time and money.
What does it take to survive and thrive in the real estate business for decades? That’s not a theoretical question for Claudio Cerrito. At 53, the Toronto Re/Max Hallmark Realty sales rep just marked his 35th year as a Realtor (if you just did the math, yes, he became an agent at age 18). And he says he’s never really stopped asking himself that type of question.
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Unapologetically French classical dishes, inventive chefs, Instagram-friendly presentation -- here's how successful caterers, big and small, are breathing new life and relevance into a classical cuisine.
Whether you’re rocking a Celtic symbol on your arm, trail of script on a shoulder blade, or full-on intricate sleeve, if you have tattoos, rock them on your wedding day.