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Watch: Jay Sean Cries Tears In The Ocean

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Jay Sean is rebooting his career by reaching back to his R&B roots.   Our boy Jay Sean has split from his record company Cash Money, opting for an independent career where he can focus on what he loves, R&B. His last album, Mars, did poorly and was generally panned by critics, so what better time for a reinvention? “Tears in the Ocean,” is the first track from Mixtape II. It’s not bad. It’s kind of like finding an old sweatshirt from high... Read More


Rohit Bal’s Mughal Inspiration at India Fashion Week Spring 2015

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This is Rohit Bal’s tour de force collection. “Gulbagh” was a majestic presentation of ivory gowns, lehengas and saris, styled with red rose tikkas for Spring/Summer 2015. Enter a lush, Mughal garden full of red tea roses. Rohit Bal’s prêt-a-porter Spring/Summer 2015 collection was held at Quli Khan’s Tomb in Delhi, with Qutub Minar for a backdrop. What a way to end Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week! The designer was inspired by the rich and... Read More


Editor’s Pick: Velvet #Bookworm Loafers

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From the makers of the fantastic poo emoji loafers (we really wanted those!), comes this very cute pair of Italian-made, velvet slippers. Italian and hand-made, these quirky navy Del Toro slippers feature leather soles, cute #bookworm embroidery, and lush velvet. Paired with silk trousers or merino wool sweatpants, they’re a smart and stylish way to dress up this autumn (and upcoming holiday season). So, I’ll put this out there. Anyone want to gift me $325 shoes?... Read More


RSVP: Komagata Maru Play in Abbotsford on Nov 1

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There are events in history that tell us much about the era’s social views and prejudices. The Komagata Maru incident is one of those. One hundred years ago a ship named the Komagata Maru dropped anchor in Vancouver with 376 passengers on board. The majority of these passengers were Indian men and British subjects intending to immigrate to Canada. The journey was a challenge to a Canadian law that prevented immigration aboard ships that had not travelled by ‘continuous journey’... Read More


Watch: An Inspiring Tale of Millennials Living with HIV/AIDS

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It’s Not Over tells the inspiring story of three courageous millennials from India, South Africa and the USA who are living with or affected by HIV/AIDS. The result is a deeply personal and uplifting story that is rarely represented in popular culture. Award winning filmmaker Andrew Jenks takes viewers on a journey to South Africa, where together with Lucky, explores an area with more people living with HIV than anywhere else in the world; to India, where Sarang, an openly... Read More


Film Review: Foxcatcher is a Tragicomedy of Desperation


While most of the buzz is clamouring around Steve Carrell’s transformative role as the aloof and privileged John Du Pont, it’s actually Channing Tatum that anchors Foxcatcher. Bennett Miller uses icy detachment to spin the harrowing saga of the Schultz brothers, Mark (Channing Tatum) and Dave (Mark Ruffalo) who buy into the vision of America and its exceptionalism by millionaire John Du Pont (Steve Carrell). Miller found the story absurdly funny, and that dark humour finds... Read More


Editor’s Pick: Decadent Shearling Reading Socks

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It’s nippy outside, so I’ve been opting to stay in some nights, curled up with a glass of Pinot and spending hours a little time watching Netflix. The best part is not the binge movie watching or the wine, or even wearing my faded, fourteen year old pajamas. It’s the socks. Cosy, shearling-lined, cable knit socks that keep my toes warm and calves snug. My original pair was gifted at an Indigo holiday media preview, but I’ve indulged in a second pair... Read More

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