Monthly Archives: April 2018

Amy Tunstall: “The crazy ideas are always the best ones”



A lot can change in a year. Amy Tunstall is living proof. In February of 2017, she had sought help for depression and anxiety. In the past twelve months alone, the Niagara-raised Tunstall has hiked the Bruce Trail, raising over $3,000 for her home branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association; fought one of the … Continue reading Amy Tunstall: “The crazy ideas are always the best ones”


Matt Falk: “No healthy person is seeking the affirmation of strangers night after night”



Matt Falk was born to do comedy. A stand-up coming from Niverville, Manitoba, Falk has been performing on stages ever since the first high school talent shows where he was handed a microphone. “I was that kid in school who was constantly trying to get attention. I was the class clown, but the annoying class … Continue reading Matt Falk: “No healthy person is seeking the affirmation of strangers night after night”


Hilaree Nelson O’Neill: “If you’ve never experienced fear and faced it, you’re not living”



Dubbed one of the most adventurous women in the world of sports by Outside magazine and “the matriarch of mountaineering” by the Seattle Times, Hilaree Nelson O’Neill has seen her fair share of expeditions. Born in the Pacific Northwest, Nelson O’Neill has piled up a list of accomplishments over a 20-year career that would put … Continue reading Hilaree Nelson O’Neill: “If you’ve never experienced fear and faced it, you’re not living”


Mario Rigby: “Anything is possible, really”



For all the planning that went into walking across Africa, Mario Rigby realized the enormity of his task at 30,000 feet in the air, en route from Toronto to Cape Town via Amsterdam. The Turks and Caicos-born personal trainer and amateur explorer was about to embark on a two-year journey from South Africa to Egypt, … Continue reading Mario Rigby: “Anything is possible, really”