Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz, founder and creator of AurumLight, and his amazing team put together a series of photographs that were inspired heavily from art dating back to the days of Gil Elvgren, Alberto Vargas and Greg Hildebrant in the early 1950`s. Essentially they borrowed cues and styling from the pin-up era that is something that will be relevant for ever. The models posed nude having milk poured on them in the fashion to demonstrate as if it where normal clothes. Enjoy these visual masterpieces.
When thinking about ways to be more eco-friendly, there are some pieces of advice that are more familiar than others: turn off the lights at home, take shorter showers, hop on your bike or carpool. It should come as no surprise that there are plenty more opportunities to make greener choices every day.
For example, introducing more plant-based foods to your diet is a great way to help Mother Nature.
In fact, according to one study, eating a plant-based diet is the single biggest thing we can do to help fight climate change and protect the planet.
Just by switching to a plant-based diet, you can potentially halve your carbon "foodprint", use a fifth less water and cut land use by three quarters — but only 4% of Canadians know it.
While eating a plant-based diet is the biggest thing you can do to help the environment, it's not the only thing you can do.
The good news is that there are tons of sustainable, eco-friendly products available to help you help the environment. From personal care and kitchen items to dairy alternatives, you can be more eco-friendly in all aspects of your life.
Details: Since bamboo actually regrows after it's harvested, toilet paper made from sustainably sourced bamboo is a winner when it comes to sustainability.
You can get bamboo toilet paper pretty much anywhere you'd buy normal toilet paper, but be sure to keep an eye out for B Corp Certification — the only certification that measures a company's entire environmental and social performance.
Details: Did you know oat milk needs seven times less water to produce than dairy milk? According to Earth's Own, if you switch to using oat milk for one year, you can save up to 42,220 litres of water.
Voted by Canadians as the best-tasting dairy milk alternative, Earth's Own Unsweetened Original Oat Milk is made with oats grown using 7x less water than cow's milk. The oats are farmed right here in Canada, and even the carton is made from plant-based materials.
And it doesn't end at oat milk. Through their Plant Project initiative, Earth's Own also provides mentorship support and grants to Canadians to help get their plant-based ideas off the ground.
Details: Have you ever considered how much plastic gets wasted with garbage bags? The good news is there is a compostable option, and it's easily available.
Paper bags like those made by Bag to Earth are sourced from sustainably managed forests and are 100% plastic-free. Using paper bags helps divert food waste from landfills, so you can feel good about the future of your scraps.
Details: Grown using half of the water that is used when creating dairy milk, Earth's Own Almond Milk also uses 16 times less land compared to cow's milk and produces four times less greenhouse gas emissions.
If you're looking to make your diet a little greener, splash some almond milk over your cereal, mix it in smoothies, use it to make dairy-free ice cream and create baked goods.
Details: Beeswax wraps are a great alternative to the typical plastic wrap found in many kitchens.
They're softened by the warmth of your hands, creating a waxy texture that allows them to stick together much like plastic wrap. Use them for fruit, vegetables, cheese, sandwiches, leftovers and pretty much anything else you can eat!
Nature Bee's Beeswax Wraps are handmade from Vancouver Island-sourced beeswax, 100% cotton, pine tree resin and jojoba oil. They're washable, reusable, compostable and can last up to a year with proper care and storage.
By swapping out just a few items in your household for reusable alternatives, you're helping to make the planet a cleaner and greener place.
And if you can transition into enjoying more plant-based foods too — like Earth's Own's affordable dairy alternatives made of oat, almond, soy and cashew — you'll help Canadian farmers and the environment at the same time.
Is it still possible to leave a cookie and a glass of milk for Santa?
To start off, we found out that yes, you can still leave Santa milk and cookies this year.
Simon, a child of 9-years-old, asked if we should "leave a bottle of Purell" next to the cookies and milk we leave Santa. But Legault let them know that wouldn't be necessary. But, the premier let all the kids of the province know they must still stay two metres away from Santa — so they should stay in their rooms if they hear him.
"You don't want to contaminate Santa Claus," Legault said.
Ten-year-old Maxime wanted to know when they'll be "allowed to see their grandparents." Santa reassured them that the pandemic will "calm down" eventually and "once [everyone] is vaccinated and protected," we'll be able to see our grandparents again.
A young Quebecer named Zoey then asked Santa what his favourite Christmas song is, which led the one and only Santa to start singing "Petit Papa Noël."
Another younging wanted to know if Santa had been vaccinated and whether or not it hurt. Santa claims it "doesn't hurt at all."
The final question was whether the North Pole "was in a red zone," and Santa confirmed that it's a "green zone" and that there's "no virus there."
The products [...] have been made from unpasteurized milk, without being mentioned in the list of ingredients.
In addition, MAPAQ is alerting people who have an allergy or intolerance to walnuts, peanuts, mustard, milk, eggs, sesame, soy or sulphites to the possible presence of these ingredients in "Pizza Adonis." They may not be declared on the label.
All of the recalled products were offered for sale until September 23, inclusively, throughout the entire Marché Adonis network in Quebec.
They were sold refrigerated, covered with a transparent film, and their labels include the words "Groupe Adonis inc.," in addition to their names.
"People deemed vulnerable who have in their possession one of the cheeses indicated above can either return it to the establishment where they bought it, or use it in a cooked dish that will be cooked until it reaches a safe cooking temperature of 74°C or throw it away," reads a statement.
Adonis customers with allergies who purchased a pizza covered by the recall "may either return it to the establishment where they purchased it or throw it away."
MAPAQ noted this is a precautionary measure and that no case of illness associated with the consumption of these foods has been reported.
Everyone knows that Grand Prix weekend in Montreal is the hottest weekend of the city. Tourists from everywhere come to our beautiful city to check out the race but they obviously stay for the parties, because after all, in Montreal, we know how to party.
And Grand Prix weekend is nothing short of amazing parties. However, this year, there is one party that you are not going to want to miss. MINSMANAGEMENT is hosting the dopest party of the summer... The Grand Prix Playboy Party is coming to Montreal at the Time Supper Club and this year, it will be featuring 15x cover model Khloë Terae and Holly Bortolazzo.
Everyone knows that #Minsmanagement ALWAYS hosts the sickest parties with the most beautiful girls in the city. Well, this year, they're back at it again bringing Playboy to Montreal. The Grand Prix Playboy Party is sure to be an unforgettable event in partnership with MA PRODUCTIONS and Rich List Group Dubai.
Time Supper Club will be hosting this epic event and if you've ever been inside the supper club, then you already know the venue is absolutely amazing. The place is going to be packed with the city's finest, along with several Playboy models like Khloë, Holly and all their friends. DJ Zack Cola will also be making sure the party is bumping with his sick beats. Oh, and did I mention there will be a celebrity guest from LA making an appearance?
The party is also sponsored by Sachika Boutique - a luxury brand of clothing that is known for making beautiful pieces worn by celebrities from all over. Corporate Stays who offer luxury rental apartments to business travelers will also be sponsoring the event along with Real Mix Energy Drinks so there will be no shortage of drinks!
Make sure that you are looking your best because dress code will be in full effect. But let's be serious, I know you guys already look good 💁🏽.
To make things even better, Time Supper Club will be open every week after July 1st so you can party for the rest of the summer at the hottest venue.
There's no reason for you to stay at home on Grand Prix weekend. On Saturday, June 10th at 11pm, make sure to head to Time Supper Club to party with the hottest playmates for one night, and one night only! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 418-717-8646 for tickets!