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  • We all know that the environment needs protecting, now more than ever. Earth day is a great cause that can help increase awareness and appreciation of the Earth's natural environment. We think Earth day should be every day! We wanted to take a moment to celebrate the efforts we are making at LCP Health to help keep the earth clean. We encourage you to make small changes in your workplace and it's a great time to get your own office environmental policies in shape for the year ahead. Here's how we are working towards creating an eco-friendly workplace : 🍃We turn the lights off if we are not using a room in the clinic. 🍃We only run the dishwasher if it is full 🍃We only run the laundry if we have a full load 🍃We are trying to be paperless as much as possible and utilize Google Drive 🍃We recycle at the local depots 🍃We pack our lunches in glass containers or use reusable wax paper 🍃We purchase eco-friendly supplies whenever possible (Photo: Enjoying The Midnight Sun, Beth Lenardon)
  • We all know that the environment needs protecting, now more than ever. Earth day is a great cause that can help increase awareness and appreciation of the Earth's natural environment. We think Earth day should be every day! We wanted to take a moment to celebrate the efforts we are making at LCP Health to help keep the earth clean. We encourage you to make small changes in your workplace and it's a great time to get your own office environmental policies in shape for the year ahead. Here's how we are working towards creating an eco-friendly workplace : 🍃We turn the lights off if we are not using a room in the clinic. 🍃We only run the dishwasher if it is full 🍃We only run the laundry if we have a full load 🍃We are trying to be paperless as much as possible and utilize Google Drive 🍃We recycle at the local depots 🍃We pack our lunches in glass containers or use reusable wax paper 🍃We purchase eco-friendly supplies whenever possible (Photo: Enjoying The Midnight Sun, Beth Lenardon)
  • 8 2 33 minutes ago
  • A year ago, Willow Allen never gave modelling a thought. Now, she's just returned from a three-month professional modelling stint in Singapore.
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Allen, 20, who was born and raised in Inuvik, N.W.T., said her career started after a modelling agency found her on social media.
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After doing some research, Allen decided to sign with a different agency, Mode Models in Edmonton.
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Allen was a social work student at Grant MacEwan University when she signed with Mode.
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Because of her studies, she first declined the opportunity to live and model in Singapore. However, after conversations with her agency, she decided to go.
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"It was such a life-changing experience being there, coming from such a small town," she said.
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"Going from Edmonton to a country where … people didn't even speak English [was] such a culture shock for me, from being raised somewhere where it was literally a vacation to go to Edmonton."
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Allen said she's proud to be representing her Inuvialuit culture, but she wants to continue to see more Indigenous people in the modelling industry.
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"A lot of agencies, why they are so interested in me is there's not a lot of Indigenous models," she said.
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"The agencies here love that I'm Inuvialuit, which makes me really proud."
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Caption based on story by Mackenzie Scott / CBC
(📷: Willow Allen, Mode Models)
#model #modeling #inuvik #northwestterritories #indigenous
  • A year ago, Willow Allen never gave modelling a thought. Now, she's just returned from a three-month professional modelling stint in Singapore.

    Allen, 20, who was born and raised in Inuvik, N.W.T., said her career started after a modelling agency found her on social media.

    After doing some research, Allen decided to sign with a different agency, Mode Models in Edmonton.

    Allen was a social work student at Grant MacEwan University when she signed with Mode.

    Because of her studies, she first declined the opportunity to live and model in Singapore. However, after conversations with her agency, she decided to go.

    "It was such a life-changing experience being there, coming from such a small town," she said.

    "Going from Edmonton to a country where … people didn't even speak English [was] such a culture shock for me, from being raised somewhere where it was literally a vacation to go to Edmonton."

    Allen said she's proud to be representing her Inuvialuit culture, but she wants to continue to see more Indigenous people in the modelling industry.

    "A lot of agencies, why they are so interested in me is there's not a lot of Indigenous models," she said.

    "The agencies here love that I'm Inuvialuit, which makes me really proud."

    Caption based on story by Mackenzie Scott / CBC
    (📷: Willow Allen, Mode Models)
    #model #modeling #inuvik #northwestterritories #indigenous
  • 66 5 2 hours ago
  • Just so damn proud of my friend, Therese Estacion, who is advocating for accessibility legislation up in Yellowknife, in the Northwest Territories. She’s a brilliant poet, as well as a passionate writer and advocate for accessibility legislation. I can’t wait to read her first collection of poems, but, in the meantime, you should read this piece she wrote for the CBC. 
www.cbc.ca/news/canada/north/therese-estacion-disability-yellowknife-legislation-1.5098658
@reese_es ❤️✨
#accessibility #accessibilityissues #yellowknife #northwestterritories #poetsofinstagram #advocacy #strongwomen
  • Just so damn proud of my friend, Therese Estacion, who is advocating for accessibility legislation up in Yellowknife, in the Northwest Territories. She’s a brilliant poet, as well as a passionate writer and advocate for accessibility legislation. I can’t wait to read her first collection of poems, but, in the meantime, you should read this piece she wrote for the CBC.
    www.cbc.ca/news/canada/north/therese-estacion-disability-yellowknife-legislation-1.5098658
    @reese_es ❤️✨
    #accessibility #accessibilityissues #yellowknife #northwestterritories #poetsofinstagram #advocacy #strongwomen
  • 21 3 2 hours ago
  • A year ago, Willow Allen never gave modelling a thought. Now, she's just returned from a three-month professional modelling stint in Singapore.
•
Allen, 20, who was born and raised in Inuvik, N.W.T., said her career started after a modelling agency found her on social media.
•
After doing some research, Allen decided to sign with a different agency, Mode Models in Edmonton.
•
Allen was a social work student at Grant MacEwan University when she signed with Mode.
•
Because of her studies, she first declined the opportunity to live and model in Singapore. However, after conversations with her agency, she decided to go.
•
"It was such a life-changing experience being there, coming from such a small town," she said.
•
"Going from Edmonton to a country where ... people didn't even speak English [was] such a culture shock for me, from being raised somewhere where it was literally a vacation to go to Edmonton."
•
Allen said she's proud to be representing her Inuvialuit culture, but she wants to continue to see more Indigenous people in the modelling industry.
•
"A lot of agencies, why they are so interested in me is there's not a lot of Indigenous models," she said.
•
"The agencies here love that I'm Inuvialuit, which makes me really proud."
•
(Photos: Willow Allen, Mode Models) @cbcnorth #model #modeling #inuvik #northwestterritories #indigenous
  • A year ago, Willow Allen never gave modelling a thought. Now, she's just returned from a three-month professional modelling stint in Singapore.

    Allen, 20, who was born and raised in Inuvik, N.W.T., said her career started after a modelling agency found her on social media.

    After doing some research, Allen decided to sign with a different agency, Mode Models in Edmonton.

    Allen was a social work student at Grant MacEwan University when she signed with Mode.

    Because of her studies, she first declined the opportunity to live and model in Singapore. However, after conversations with her agency, she decided to go.

    "It was such a life-changing experience being there, coming from such a small town," she said.

    "Going from Edmonton to a country where ... people didn't even speak English [was] such a culture shock for me, from being raised somewhere where it was literally a vacation to go to Edmonton."

    Allen said she's proud to be representing her Inuvialuit culture, but she wants to continue to see more Indigenous people in the modelling industry.

    "A lot of agencies, why they are so interested in me is there's not a lot of Indigenous models," she said.

    "The agencies here love that I'm Inuvialuit, which makes me really proud."

    (Photos: Willow Allen, Mode Models) @cbcnorth #model #modeling #inuvik #northwestterritories #indigenous
  • 803 26 4 hours ago
  • Perfect timing!!! Just as one sales event ends, another begins 🎉

If you are ✨NEW✨ to Rodan + Fields, check your notifications for our 🌷 SPRING FLING EVENT! 🌷

If you aren’t in the market for premium skin care, perhaps you know someone who could benefit, tag them below! I’ll send you some samples 🥰 . . 💜UMBLEMISH - adult acne . 💙REDEFINE - anti-aging
💚SOOTHE - sensitive skin, redness
💛 REVERSE - sundamage, dark spots,  melasma
  • Perfect timing!!! Just as one sales event ends, another begins 🎉

    If you are ✨NEW✨ to Rodan + Fields, check your notifications for our 🌷 SPRING FLING EVENT! 🌷

    If you aren’t in the market for premium skin care, perhaps you know someone who could benefit, tag them below! I’ll send you some samples 🥰 . . 💜UMBLEMISH - adult acne . 💙REDEFINE - anti-aging
    💚SOOTHE - sensitive skin, redness
    💛 REVERSE - sundamage, dark spots, melasma
  • 28 6 17 hours ago
  • A soapstone carving by an unknown artist.
  • A soapstone carving by an unknown artist.
  • 17 1 18 hours ago
  • An amazing carving made from a whale vertebra.
  • An amazing carving made from a whale vertebra.
  • 22 1 20 hours ago