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The notion of women-helping-women has been a recent trend and has inspired several movements that are driven by the passion to include women in business environments. This includes the involvement of established businesses helping fresh graduates and current students with internships and funding opportunities.Read More
It is known that gender roles are shifting in Canada and we are one of the leading countries in gender equality progression. Yet our personal lives are not the only thing following suit; our professional lives are being affected by the changing dynamic of maternity and paternity leave. Over the years, governments and workplaces have established new laws and perspectives on parental leave, so what does this mean for the everyday Canadian?Read More
We are excited to welcome a new editorial staff to Ignite Magazine this year!Read More
By Jaspreet Kaur Dhillon, School of Community, Public Affairs & Policy Studies, Concordia University
For centuries, women have experienced inequalities in regards to leadership positions – public policy being one of these positions.Read More
Linda Solomon Wood is the CEO of Observer Media Group and the Editor-in-Chief of The National Observer. Wood started the Vancouver Observer out of her home and has since expanded the reigns of her company to move towards a national platform that provides daily news coverage.
Article by Kirthana Sasitharan, IGNITE Editor
Photo by Tracy GeiszRead More
On Thursday March 2nd, 2017, Carleton University Women in Business hosted their first Women in Business conference, A World of Opportunities. The goal of the conference was to bring together field professionals to share their insights on their respective careers and also discuss the need for gender parity and equality in the workplace.Read More
“There aren’t many women who are CEOs in Canada and there are even less in the top 100 earning individuals in Canada,” she says. “It really is something people should be mindful and aware of.”Read More
Ignite Magazine is an online platform dedicated to empowering women by providing a space for both male and female students and professionals to express themselves and showcase their writing abilities on a variety of women-related topics.Read More
Many of us have heard great people advise us to set goals. Whether this was in fitness, academia or personal life, there always seems to be something on the horizon. Goals seem slightly out of reach, but if we could just take one more leap, we would be fulfilled.Read More
One of the greatest gifts a woman is blessed with is her sense of empathy. A woman can feel the yearn of others, the pain of others, and the stride of others.
I classify myself as a travelling woman - willing to see the world at any cost, even if that comes with a sinking heart. Travelling the world is eye opening because the level of empathy that is often attributed to women travels with you, regardless of where you are.
On my travels, I witness heartbreak, struggle, triumph and honest attempt - traits that I find in people who try to get by day by day. I also feel anger at those who control an impoverished society by ignoring the hardships of its people’s, for the benefit of its outer appearance.
Travel makes me think and makes me realize. It makes me empathetic. It makes me stronger. It makes me want to change the world. It makes me want to change perspective.Read More
I believe in scars. They show strength, resilience, the pain you endured and then overcame, and are a reminder of who you've become. But one thing that I think weighs heavy on the human soul is the baggage and the pain we carry around and aren't willing to let go. We are meant to carry that baggage for a while, but if it dwells longer than its stay, soon enough it grows roots, and the fruit that it produces is that of bitterness, envy, anger, and immense sorrow.Read More
What does CUWIB mean to outsiders? Most may think, “oh, just another feminist group”, “advocates for Emma Watson’s breakthrough speech about an unpopular word”, or even “man haters”. Initially, those exact thoughts were running through my head when I skimmed through CUWIB President Priscilla Kosseim’s many medias. The more I looked, the skimming turned into reading and understanding.Read More
Chanel Vincelli is a twenty-six year old concept designer working for Dynamite in the fashion industry.Read More