Maya Bastian is a dreamer by nature, a wanderer at heart, and an artist when the inspiration strikes. She writes for online magazines such as and HoneyColony. After a decade working as an award-winning filmmaker and video artist, Maya left Toronto and started traveling the world in search of further insight and enlightenment. Currently she is developing her first feature film and raising her four-year old daughter to be tough, beautiful and proud.1 Articles

RonniLyn Pustil is a mom, the founder of Gluten Free Garage and an editor, in that order.1 Articles

Sharon Hunter is participating in the first annual OneWalk with her husband, Keith, and their two children to celebrate Keith’s 10th year anniversary of being cancer free.1 Articles

The writer is a retired teacher (still actively supply teaching) and a loving, hands-on grandmother/Bubby, living in Toronto.1 Articles

Born in a small town in Ontario, Lexi Miles began her career as a Management Consultant before her foray into beauty entrepreneurship. With a business background, Miles recognized a void in the waxing market, creating a concept to meet the need for a high-end, trendy environment with professional, experienced Waxologists and competitive prices for the busy men and women on-the-go. Miles founded WAXON Waxbar in Toronto in April 2012, opened a second location in the Financial District and a third corporate location COMING SOON in Bloor West Village. Miles continues to build the brand through innovative channels.1 Articles

Mary-Anne Bedard lives in Toronto where she shares a house with her husband, son and daughter-in-law. Always in a caring profession, after 25 years of working with children, she recently switched things up and is working hard to end homelessness in Toronto. She still runs and loves her husband truly, madly, deeply.1 Articles

Joanne Sallay is a Director at Teachers on Call, a personalized home tutoring service in the Greater Toronto Area, which provides one-on-one instruction in all subjects and grades, including summer enrichment services. In addition to regularly blogging about educational news, learning strategies and the latest in student books, Joanne is the Co-Chair of the Corsage Project, a non-profit organization in partnership with the Children's Aid Foundation.1 Articles

Rosemarie Francis is a true rags to riches success story, growing up impoverished in small-town Manitoba and now enjoying a life of success and abundance. She has worked in accounting and technology before holding a number of senior level positions, including VP of Sales for a Fortune 500 company. Throughout her career, Francis has dedicated herself to healthcare causes, serving on Board of Directors including PeaceHealth St. Joseph Medical Center Foundation Board, and being actively involved in Dress4Success and The Boys and Girls Clubs of America. She lives in Washington State with her three children.1 Articles

The Hon. Marie Corbett, Q.C., is a retired superior court trial judge who presided in Toronto for 14 years. Corbett was a dedicated crusader for social justice in Canada in the areas of environmental law, family law and pension law reform. She was a founding member of and first woman President of the Canadian Environmental Law Association. She was the first Chair of the Ontario Environmental Assessment Advisory Committee. As a member of the first Ontario Status of Women Council, she organized the first family law conference pressing for women’s rights in marriage. Her honours include Queen’s Counsel and Women of Distinction Special Award from the YWCA.1 Articles

Lindsay Collins is a mom of two and works in Organizational Development in downtown Toronto. She spends her days helping others reach their potential and her nights reaching for her own. Lindsay has an MBA in Marketing and Organizational Behaviour from the Schulich School of Business.1 Articles

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