Jane Hope joins La Maison Simons Advisory Board
“Fashion has been our passion since 1840. A uniquely different and inspiring fashion retailer, we are known for offering the most sought-after styles and looks from the world’s design capitals and providing a level of service available nowhere else. For five generations we have been renowned for our devotion to customer care. Today, our more than dozen stores are a dazzling tribute to architecture, art, attentive service, and to a shopping experience second to none.”
– Richard and Peter Simons
OutsideThinkers.ca creates The Canadian Bureau of Foreign Apologies to raise awareness for missed conservation goals.
In 2010, Canada signed the UN Convention on Biological Diversity’s Biodiversity Targets, promising to protect 17% of our land for nature by 2020. We’re nowhere near that number, and time is running out. It’s time to apologize.
Ruisseau Jackson Nature Reserve brings 215 acres of new conservation to Morin Heights
Project is latest in series of municipal, developer, and community collaborations.
Dwell Magazine Best of Design Awards: Best Kitchen Nominee
Judged by architects Gisue Hariri, Risa Boyer, and Josh Blumer, the Best of Design 2018 Awards recognizes the most inspiring projects featured by Dwell this year across seven categories. In addition to a jury-selected winner and runner-up, each category features one community pick that is chosen by the public.
CodeLife: Montreal General Hospital launches $100-million fundraising campaign
The campaign is being promoted by three, 15-second ads that are being shown online and on television.
Les Usherwood Award for Lifetime Achievement
Each year, the Advertising & Design Club of Canada, on behalf of a jury of independent professionals, presents a lifetime achievement award to someone who has made a major contribution to the Canadian creative community. This award is named for a man who was a friend and model to many: Les Usherwood.
A new award program for newbies
The HOPE AWARDS recognize the contributions of newcomers to question the status quo and affect positive change.
Amazon Art at Grand Central Terminal
A handful of connoisseurs curated collections shown in New York City and online to mark the launch of Amazon Art.
A community-based movement to raise awareness, change lifestyle habits, influence zoning and development, and to create partnerships with public and private environmental organizations.