Winnipeg’s Local Racial Inclusion Summit

Winnipeg, Manitoba. The Centre of Canada and the heart of the prairies. Thriving and bustling with multiculturalism, diversity, economic gain and industry progress. A meeting place of the Red and Assiniboine rivers. However . . . Winnipeg, Manitoba was also given the title of the most racist city in all of Canada while segregation and…

Hoop Dance Portraits

During the spring of 2015 I had the privilege and wonderful opportunity to visit the Avenue Photography Studio in the east side of Winnipeg, Manitoba owned by the creative founder, Robert Dearden. We had the chance to collaborate together in order to capture some shots of dance and "indigenized" portraits. I was very grateful for…

Cottage Living – Betula Lake, MB

 Summer hasn't gone yet folks! I suggest (if you haven't already), planning a visit to a cabin or cottage for however long you are able too. For me personally it's a very invigorating and detoxifying way to escape the city hustle and bustle for a while. Bonus points if your spot is right on the…

Music Festival Season

Music Festival season is upon us and it's glorious. The summer heat mixed with the satisfying sounds of music flowing into our ears. Giving us that sense that every little thing is going to be fine, reality forgotten. The exhilarating feeling of unity as every individual around you embodies the same vibes, flowing into their…

Summer Season – Fav Place In Winnipeg, MB!

I was recently challenged by EventBrite to participant in their Hometown Hunt online project and share one of my favourite local places during the summer season. I thought this would be a great opportunity to promote our little hometown city known as Winnipeg, MB and spotlight one of my favourite areas to visit and a…

● Little Grand Rapids, Manitoba ●

Myself and a crew of dancers from Winnipeg made our way north east to the small community of Little Grand Rapids. We made our way through long winding snowy highways, never ending rough winter roads, drove across the ice roads which was my first time anxiety prone experience and had a couple vehicles end up in the ditch.…

A P O E M

The Performance of the World For strength. To embrace me, I can recognize its brevity, Surviving among impulsive disasters. For evolution, revolution, And time. To withhold Dreams, imploding at the seams, inspire, Open our minds. To maintain And protect damage – of land From populations pollutants, of toxicity From each nation. To thrive. To pry…

Travelled Northern Manitoba

I'M BACK! Hello wonderful people! I feel like I haven't written a post in a very long time & that is true so I am sorry for the lack of content & for my foolish unmotivated ways. Anyways... I have a nice adventure to fill you in on! During the week of July 27th -…

Adventure Is Just Around The Corner. Literally.

If you are anything like me, you tend to crave adventure.  This past month, I had the chance to visit the old jails on Vaughn Street here in our little city and I thoroughly enjoyed it. The old, grotesque and odd stories of past sinister villains, public hangings and other oddities that had happened there…

Canada’s top priority?

  Stephen Harper recently got back from a summit in Toronto which dealt with the importance and top priority of saving the lives of mothers, newborns and children in developing countries. I understand the importance of helping others and many individuals around the globe certainly need that help. The thing I don't understand and can't…