Overtime, I've attended my fair share of technology events for youth in Toronto. Though technology events for kids is still a new a relatively new concept in our city, there are a bunch of fabulous organizations in the city leading the charge of helping put more and more youth in-front of computers and technology-focused role … Continue reading Who’s looking out for the inner-city youth of Toronto?
Project Ukulele Gangsterism: The Unedited Story February 28, 2013 Adil Dhalla ( also known as my brother) receives $1000 from the CSI Awesome Foundation to take one of his crazy ideas to the next level. He was super happy and thanks to his Facebook post the idea starting getting legs. Beginning of March, 2013 Adil … Continue reading Project Ukulele Gangsterism
Welcome to the much anticipated list of my favourite places to venture in Toronto. It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of my city. After being a resident of Toronto my whole life I’ve accumulated quite a list of the places I believe to be the best to eat, drink and hangout. It’s no … Continue reading Best places to eat and drink in Toronto
And so it has happened. The near end of My City Lives was announced last week. In what feels like the end of a chapter, I can’t help but feel sad to see the closing of a company I hold so dear to my heart and yet grateful to have been with it since its … Continue reading My City Lives: The Final Chapter
It's March break! Other than less traffic on the roads, this week has yet to have any meaning since I completed high school. Until now that is. This week I've offered to lend some of my time to act as a mentor at the Girls Learning Code March Break Camp (founded from the awesome people … Continue reading Girls Learning Code
This weekend Toronto was flooded with people celebrating. Between the Eurocup Finals, Canada Day, Pride and 30+ degree sunny weather all weekend there was no shortage of events and outdoor festivities. Normally I would have disappeared for a relaxing weekend with my friends at the cottage but I also had a wedding to attend this … Continue reading Reasons to be Proud