What's Trending- June 6th

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Victoria Local receives Global Recognition

Congratulations to Amy Hall, founder of Goldilocks Wraps! Recently, her hard work was acknowledged for her contribution towards a plastic-free future by Contiki, a millennial travel company, as part of its 35 Under 35 Changemakers 2019 awards.

This global award highlights 35 young individuals from around the world creating positive change in the areas of people, wildlife and planet; Amy is the only nominee from Victoria, and all of B.C.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

⭐Top 35 Under 35 Changemakers Awards⭐⠀ The last few years have certainly been a crazy ride. Being an entrepreneur means there are lots of highs lows - celebrating successes one minute and crippling self doubt the next (often times in the same day, yah feel me?)⠀ .⠀ There are things I hang on to in the low moments. The reason I started Goldilocks. My idealistic view of how the world can be. My belief in people. The movement we have started. The community we have built. Now, I can add the nomination for this award to that list. ⠀ .⠀ To be included in the same group as all the incredible nominees is truly an honour. I may or may not have cried when I found out I was nominated...It's easy for me to get in my head about things and this has brought the bigger picture to the forefront. I couldn't be more excited for the future of Goldilocks.⠀ .⠀ Thanks to whoever nominated me. Thanks for being a part of this journey with us. Thanks for voting (if you haven't yet, hop into our stories for the link).

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Jennifer Aniston Says Her "Friends" Co-Stars Are Up for a Reunion

If everyone is in, THEN WHY HASN'T IT HAPPENED YET, JEN?!

We need answers. And more Friends. 

 

Avicii’s posthumous album Tim is here

The Swedish DJ, whose real name was Tim Bergling, died at age 28 in April 2018. Friends and close collaborators including Imagine Dragons, Aloe Blacc and more worked together to complete the 12-track record a year on from his passing.

All proceeds from the album benefit the Tim Bergling Foundation, created by Bergling’s family to honor Tim, champion the causes he cared about and provide real help to people struggling with mental illness.