Some businesses struggle to scale, but not XXL and Co.
Former full-time mural artist Tina Nguyen's giant scrunchie set the tone for her whole business model—go big and go home. The 29-year-old has grown her business selling big hair scrunchies into a fast-growing Canadian hair accessory empire.
Farrah Korah is grounded, even as her balloon business is taking off. What started as a creative endeavour has quickly grown into a side hustle bringing in $400 a month for the full-time logistics manager with a flare for fun decor and stylish spaces.
Claude Quammie is hyped that 90’s nostalgia is back. The freelance director and cinematographer draws inspiration from Hype Williams and Director X, icons in the industry, and hopes that his vision can make him the next video virtuoso.
It’s no secret that Canada’s housing market is a bit wild, and the rental market is no exception. In fact, while the price to buy a home is actually falling, rental prices are going up—but some parts of the country are cheaper than others.
To help you find somewhere relatively affordable to live, we’ve put together the 10 most affordable cities (with populations greater than 100,000) to rent a home in, along with some of the local attractions of each town.
It's clear blue skies for Brad Minor, the owner and operator of Drone Bit Productions. Noticing a broad demand for aerial footage, he decided to provide a one-stop shop for bird's eye view videography. Piggybacking his video editing and production skills, he's now perfecting his drone piloting skills.