From the mouths of social innovators

Anne Carbert studied law with an interest in human rights, but it always seemed like there was something else she was meant to do.

Amanda Kennedy has seen first-hand the impact of discrimination, mental health and addiction issues can have on children and youth, not only in First Nations communities, but really in just about every community.

This featured item is made with roasted turkey, avocado slices, tomato slices, red onions, lettuce, with sundried tomato mayo in a fresh croissant.

It may have started with a book recounting how she overcame the obstacles in her life, but Allison Graham is now using the skills she learned on her own journey to help others find their path to success.

TED Talks have become popular for offering up expert speakers on issues such as education, business, science, technology and creativity, but Maggie Pajak envisioned using the formula in a different way.

Stretching from Toronto to Windsor, the Carolinian Life Zone features many wild plants and animals, not to mention some of the most rare and endangered species too, making it perhaps the most unique area in all of Canada.

This week on the Edgar & Joe’s nutrition blog, we are featuring the roasted chicken kale pesto sandwich and talking about more nutrition.

It was just three years ago when Krista Kankula picked up a paintbrush after being inspired by watching a five-day painting challenge on Facebook.

Janet Frood was among the original wave of people who sat together and dreamt up the possibility of an innovation shared space in the Forest City.

The mission of Urban Roots is to grow a self-sustaining, urban agricultural model for the Forest City. That lofty goal, ironically enough, takes a lot of its inspiration from the Motor City.