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It's national take your dog to work day

Your favorite day of the year is about to make you (and your dog) wag your tails in excitement: it's almost National Take Your Dog to Work Day! We're giving away $250 bucks to one lucky owner/dog combo who can show us the true meaning of love and companionship - with four legs, a tail, and for once, the opportunity to join you in the office! *For full contest rules, go to this page [] and click the "Terms & Conditions" tab Upload your image

#MogoLife Interview – DJ Smooth

**DJ Smooth** As one half of [The Goodfellas](, DJ Smooth is one of the hottest DJs in Canada today. Along with his partner Friktion, Smooth has held down some of the longest-running and most epic club nights Vancouver has ever seen. Known for their original style, The Goodfellas hold a top 10 spot in the legendary Crooklyn Clan's “The Vault” and have plans for a U.S. invasion this year. Next stop? Las Vegas! **Tell us wha

A Man’s Guide to the Best Spots in Toronto

For most of us Torontonians, hibernating until the flowers bloom is a rite of passage. But what if you’re tired of waiting for mild temperatures and want to see what the city has to offer right now? Well, you are in luck! Before you start bundling up, take a second and check out my guide of the best spots in Toronto for all of you guys out there. [] 1. BATL Axe Throwing** **Address: **33 Villiers Street & 213 Sterling Rd If you have ev

#MogoLife Interview with Chris Jerome, Hawkers Market/Hawkers Wharf

**Chris Jerome** Food is a lot more than just sustenance – it’s a way of life. Just ask Chris Jerome, founder of [Hawkers Market]( and soon-to-be Hawkers Wharf in North Vancouver. Hawkers Market is a traveling, underground food market that acts as a launchpad for foodpreneurs in Vancouver, Edmonton, and Calgary. As a true foodie and businessman, Chris is usually busy tasting his foodpreneur’s creations when he’s not mentoring them or coveting the most mouth-​watering spots

The Top 3 Collections at TOM* Toronto Men's Fashion Week

[] Not too long ago I had the privilege of attending the second annual Toronto Men’s Fashion Week []. Held in the heart of the city at Yonge and College, this years show featured 20 Canadian designers showcasing a wide range of styles and aesthetics. The week brought men from all over to catch a glimpse of what is going to be in stores come Fall. With special appearances from musicians, such as Kardinal Offishall, as