Mariellen Ward is a Canadian travel writer and digital storyteller who runs the award-winning blog, She has a BA in Journalism, and has been published in online and offline publications around the globe, and splits her time between Delhi and Toronto. Ward is an advocate of female solo travel and responsible travel. Though Canadian by birth, she considers India to be her "soul...


On West Island Blog, Rhonda Massad covers local events and profiles the people, businesses and charities that make her community special. With a steady growth in readership, Massad’s blog has elevated into a modern-format community paper that’s written for – and by – the community.


An active online contributor since 2002, Casey Palmer writes about the world around him, and no topic is off limits. To celebrate Black History Month, Palmer is sharing the story of a Black Canadian person each day in February as part of his Tales from the 2.9 project, which strives to transform the biases toward Black Canadiana by giving a voice to everyday people.


After selling their business and wrapping up all of life’s loose ends, Tim and Nat Harris began sharing tales of food and culture on their blog, A Cook Not Mad.


Torontonicity blogs daily about events and fun things to do in Toronto, including festivals, concerts, restaurants, bars, shopping, theatre and sports recreation. Here’s what we learned about the blog’s creator and editor, Lori Bosworth.


Anum Rubec is a beauty & lifestyle blogger, content creator and freelance communications consultant. She spends her days writing, taking photos, and drinking lots of coffee. Here's what we learned about her.


Named one of Vancouver’s Top 30 Mom bloggers, Jean Lomas-Hamilton writes about parenthood, identity, food, and home life in general. We thought you might like to get to know her a little better.


On Aneta Alaei’s blog, Home With Aneta, she happily shares the realities of parenting her four children. What began as a blog created to keep and share family memories has quickly become a hub for other parents to share their stories. We spoke with Aneta about her typical workday, favourite blogs, and what tips she has for PR pros.