This week we head to Toronto to meet a plant-obsessed illustrator and designer @Emily_Illustrates. Here she is in her own words. Hi I’m Emily, I’m a freelance illustrator, textile designer and creato...
This week we meet another arctic explorer and introduce you to @CJonesphoto. Here he is in his own words Hi, I'm Curtis Jones. I am a landscape, travel, and adventure photographer from Newfoundland an...
This week we meet @ananya.ray an Alberta photographer who loves wandering the world and showing off the bigness of our world. I’m Ananya and I’m a student and part time traveller. When I’m not spendin...
This week we meet @michellevalbergphotography, a veteran photographer who captures stunning photos in Canada and around the world. Here she is in her own words: I have been a professional photographer...
Hi @Canadagram community! My name is @ericmarkdo and I’m a journalist based in Toronto. I’m stoked to share some photos from my Instagram journey with everyone this week! A photo posted by CanadaGra...
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At the end of the day, the Facebook motherhood challenge doesn't make us measure ourselves in an unfair way. We do enough of that on our own. Is there anything wrong with singling out your mum friends to tell them you think they're doing a great job? Hell no. Am I proud to be a mum? Hell yes.
Getting back into the workforce after spending time at home with kids has always been a challenge. But today, with the proliferation of social media, it can be an additional hurdle to turn what have been your personal musings and reflections on life into a professional online profile as you hunt for that perfect job.
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This drool-worthy list includes our picks of some of the best Instagram views of 2016, specifically featuring shots from some of our favourite accounts across Canada, showcasing talent, architectural artistry and mind-blowing scenery from many storeys above the cities we roam on a daily basis.
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Even if you started off the year with a heart full of good intentions, it can be hard to maintain your enthusiasm. To celebrate the fact that there are still 11 months left to make this your best year ever, here are 11 ways to give yourself a mid-winter boost.
Canada has no shortage of beautiful places to photograph and in the era of social sharing, and we've got the goods for your viewing pleasure. Prepare your Likes.
Instagrandma status achieved.
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This week we head to Calgary and meet a photographer building the Instagram community in one of Canada's most vibrant cities: Hey! I'm Morgan; urban explorer, lover of: word play, and supporting loca...
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We're used to having multiple faces -- at work, at home, or with our friends. Now there's a chance to have a social media version of ourselves. The pressure to present the best version of ourselves is creating new types of problems for the mental health of the society.
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This week we got to Regina and meet a new photographer who loves to look up and has a bit of a sense of humour. Meet @Herry.With.An.E Hello! My name is Herry — Herry with an 'e' — as I often like to i...
Focus on what your body can do, not how it looks. Why not post what you're doing for your health or what brings you joy rather than how you look? Talk about health rather than size.
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Life with a child is rarely picture-perfect. Yes, there are flashes of unfiltered happiness to be captured and held close to the heart, but more often than not, there's also a lot of mess and chaos and crying behind the scenes.
If you want to know where to find millennials on social media, it is without doubt on Instagram. As a generation, millennials have a longing to share their experiences whether big or trivial. Instagram allows them with a platform to do so by posting and sharing photos. It's quick, it's easy, and for many it seems to have become a hobby.
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100 Days of Makeup (#100daysofmakeup) is an Instagram challenge designed for makeup artists to showcase their skills. The goal may sound simple but artists must post interesting and creative makeup pictures or videos for 100 consecutive days.
You're following some supermodels, celebrities, fitness models, personal trainers and other women with slammin' bodies on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest. Do you find the images motivate you to eat better and work out harder, or do they make you less happy with your body and want to go on a crash diet?
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The Instagram community has now gone into mourning.
I have a beautiful network of girlfriends, each unique in her shape, size and sex appeal. Some of them are naturally thin. Some of them are incredibly fit. Some of them even struggle to put weight on. Does that mean they deserve a little public jeering because they don't struggle to maintain a certain dress size?
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Can you say #MakeupGoals?
Take a look on social media on Oct.31st and you will see posts on house parties to events happening across various venues, and from the most mundane to the most creative of costumes. Taking part of this craze feels almost like a must to many millennials.
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This week, we're meeting @verneho a designer who works at one of Canada's most interesting startups. Here he is in his own words: Hey everyone, my name is Verne and I'm a Toronto based designer and ph...
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This pop star gets mad love from her 50 million followers.
And that someone wasn't Olivier Rousteing.
This week, we introduce you to a Winnipeg-based photographer changing the way we look at Manitoba's capital. Meet @simeonrusnak. Here he is in his own words: Hey! Firstly, what a pleasure it is to be...
When I was a teenager and well into my twenties, women encountered similar pressures both on television and in print. The difference is that now we can't just blame corporate advertisers for showing unrealistic body proportions. This time, it's real people teaching other real girls how to strive for and achieve these (at times) unhealthy body sizes.