We can’t make new memories in our favourite places if they’re all shutting down. Sadly, The Hive is one of those places being forced to close.
A DIY project turned independent business, Icey Angels thrives by relying on Instagram. How the handmade jewellery store found success through social media in the midst of a pandemic.
Professional cuddlers explain why cuddle therapy is important for your mental, emotional, and physical health.
Black Owned Toronto started as a platform to promote Black-owned businesses and is now making them even easier to find, all under one roof.
4foodie is one of the biggest Instagram food influencers in Taiwan. They launched their own brand products and held different events for their followers. Even though the pandemic stopped them from holding events this May, they didn’t view COVID-19 as a threat. Instead, they used the opportunity to introduce takeouts and hold cooking live streams on Instagram.
As business were struggling to stay afloat during lockdowns, Helen Van Sligenhorst started streaming fashion shows on Facebook Live.
Home bakers took advantage of the COVID-19 lockdown to start small businesses.
Random Candle Co. is a small candle business owned by two sisters Paige and Hannah Whibbs. A video where Paige and Hannah show how they use upcycled beer bottles to make their candles has gone viral on TikTok and reached over 15 million views.
The founders of a tutoring startup in Scarborough had to sell their business due to their inability to pivot online
Despite being forced to go virtual Celebrate Toronto will honour Toronto’s 187th anniversary.