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    MARCH 11, 2020—TORONTO, ON—​Due to growing concerns and ongoing developments surrounding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), and with the health and safety of the community being of the utmost priority, Mompreneur​®​ Showcase Group Inc. has made the difficult decision to postpone the 2020 Mompreneurs​®​ Conference including the announcement of the winners for the 2020 Mompreneur​® ​Awards, previously scheduled for March 27-28th, 2020.

  • Introducing Odell’s Fall by Globe and Mail Bestselling Author, Norman Bacal

    “A page-turning potboiler of a read from the author of the bestselling book, ​Breakdown​.”
    ​-Robert Cooper, Former President, HBO Pictures

    From one of the most esteemed entertainment tax attorneys in the world and the best-selling author of ​Breakdown​, comes a heart-pounding, never predictable murder-mystery that mirrors Shakespeare’s tragedy, ​Othello.​

    “I’ve always loved storytelling,” says Bacal, who believes the secret of good storytelling lies in authentically connecting the reader to the emotional tests faced by the characters and holding that interest to the very last page.

    Read the full galley letter here.

  • New Book Asks: What Does Masculinity Look Like in 2020?

    MENtal Health: It’s Time to Talk B​reaks Through Male Stigmas and the Toxic Shame that Follows

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE- Saskatoon, Saskatchewan– ​Most men have been taught from an archaic manual that says vulnerability equals weakness. Statistics show that men are far less likely to ask for help than women – especially when it comes to their mental health and wellbeing – and too many men are suffering in silence because of this deeply-rooted societal stigma.​ Best selling author and mental health advocate, Allan Kehler, is releasing his latest book, ​MENtal Health: It’s Time to Talk ​on January 29th in hopes of changing the rules entirely.

    Read the full press release here. Read the book’s galley letter here.

  • Give the Gift of Recognition to a Deserving Female Entrepreneur this Year!

    Nominations for the 2020 Mompreneur® Awards are NOW OPEN until December 8th, 2019 for one of five prestigious Mompreneur® Awards

    It’s never too late to give the gift of gratitude, and what better way than letting a local business woman, franchisee, social entrepreneur or female leader know that all her hard work is not going unnoticed. From now through December 8th, you can nominate yourself or another woman-in-business in one of five award categories for the 2020 Mompreneur​® ​Awards happening in March.

  • Dalcini Stainless Founder Helping to “Work on the World’s To-Do List”

    Sustainability Advocate Nita Tandon Selected As SheEO Venture Semi-Finalist

    Nita Tandon, founder and CEO of Dalcini Stainless – an award-winning brand of durable, chemical-free, and eco-friendly housewares – has been selected as a SheEO Venture semi-finalist. Announced on the SheEO website today, Nita is one of 25 Canadian Ventures “who are all women-led and majority women-owned, and are creating a better world through their products, services and/or business models. Each Venture is addressing the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, what SheEO refers to as ‘working on the World’s To-Do List’.”

  • The Surprising Shopping Habits and Values of Gen Z Kids Revealed

    Recent Survey Paints Generation as Both Materialistic AND Eco-Conscious

    A recent survey conducted by PTPA Media Inc., one of North America’s top consumer ‘seal of approval’ and advocacy organizations, questioned parents of Generation Z (those born after 1995) about their kids’ overall preferences, buying behaviours and who and what they value. Surprisingly, the results showed that while purchasing material goods was high on the priority list – and also heavily influenced by YouTube stars – one in three parents said their children encourage them to buy clothing and other items that are sustainable or environmentally responsible.

  • Mailbox vs. Inbox: Direct Mail for a New Generation

    Millennials Craving a Break From the Digital Space Want Tangibility of Real Mail

    According to Canada’s largest direct mail and digital marketing provider, Direct Response Media Group (DRMG), direct mail is anything but dead – in fact, it’s alive and well and one of the top marketing trends for 2019. As the digital market becomes more and more saturated, DRMG says millennials in particular are craving a break from the digital space.