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Posts Tagged ‘sarah taylor’

Celebrate International Day of the Girl Child with Sarah Taylor

Celebrate International Day of the Girl Child with Sarah Taylor

October 11th, 2012

I recently returned from a trip to Sri Lanka and The Philippines with World Vision and among my most memorable experiences were the moments I spent with the girls I met. It’s no surprise I can relate closely to young women I meet abroad because we have so much in common. I too remember how […]

Metric Talks Mentoring With Sarah Taylor

Metric Talks Mentoring With Sarah Taylor

September 20th, 2011

Imagine if someone told you that they were willing to make your wildest dreams come true? I’m not talking about fast cars, diamonds, tropical vacations or celebrities – I’m talking about the kind of wide-eyed, optimistic dreams that change the world. Sounds unbelievable right? Well American Express Canada has actually made this a reality through […]

East Africa Drought Crisis

East Africa Drought Crisis

September 15th, 2011

MuchMusic’s Sarah Taylor recently returned from Ethiopia and experienced not only the amazing culture and people, but saw the very real need for relief. While Sarah’s special on Ethiopia is coming soon, you can do something right now about helping a country in need. Please donate to help those affected by drought in the Horn […]

Sarah in Ethiopia

Sarah in Ethiopia

September 14th, 2011

I just spent a week in Ethiopia that changed my life. I know you’ve already heard that the UN has declared famine in Somalia and hopefully you also know that the drought in East Africa has affected an estimated 13 million people. Having just witnessed firsthand the impact of Plan Canada’s relief efforts in Ethiopia, […]

It’s Honey Jam’s Sweet Sixteenth And You’re Invited!

It’s Honey Jam’s Sweet Sixteenth And You’re Invited!

August 10th, 2011

Honey Jam’s annual all-female line-up is here! We’re about to hear the best in new music from women of all cultures and genres. Honey Jam will be celebrating its Sweet Sixteen this year, so you know it’s gotta be awesome! I’ll be hosting this very special event at the Mod Club tomorrow and I hope […]

Karma Camera: What do (men think) women want?

July 16th, 2011

I remember dreading receiving report cards in elementary school because I always knew what my parents would find written in big flowery-teacher handwriting on the right column of the page: Sarah does not stop talking.

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PURA VIDA: Hello, goodbye, be well. Love, Karma Camera

PURA VIDA: Hello, goodbye, be well. Love, Karma Camera

July 11th, 2011

There are different times in your life when you are exposed to breathtaking moments of clarity. They often remind us we are alive. In those moments you are able to feel the sunshine on your face, the wind in your hair and experience connecting with the kind of adventurous spirit that can only be present […]

From Beyonce to Sarah Taylor: Gals Got Style

From Beyonce to Sarah Taylor: Gals Got Style

July 5th, 2011

Beyonce may have been celebrating the Fourth of July weekend in New York on Friday, but she was repping some big Canadian talent on the stage. Beyonce performed in Central Park on Friday as part of the Good Morning America summer concert series wearing a bold yellow cut-out dress by Mark Fast. Fast, originally from […]

Karma Camera on the Road

Karma Camera on the Road

July 1st, 2011

In case you haven’t heard I have been in series development for a show called Karma Camera, which for the moment lives online on my MuchMusic page. The show has been inspired by my love of storytelling and my fascination with travel, adventure, women and well, people. It’s all about connecting people and exposing our […]

Karma Camera retreats to Costa Rica

Karma Camera retreats to Costa Rica

June 28th, 2011

I’m obsessed with the Disney film The Little Mermaid. There, I said it. I can still remember pretending to be a mermaid while swimming in public pools as a child. Yes, very magical and very true. These days I still enjoy a healthy fascination with strong, beautiful female cartoon characters, but now it’s more important […]

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