The mexican-canadian violinist Paulina Derbez , who lives in Toronto, was recently honored by the Mexican magazine Quien, who recognized the 50 celebrities that transformed Mexico in 2013. Among the celebrities in this select list are athletes, writers, filmmakers, singers, chefs, architects, political, philanthropists and musicians, among others. To read an interview with Paulina at […]
In recognition of Mexicans residing in Canada who have excelled in areas such as arts, culture, education, sport, civic involvement or science, the Embassy of Mexico will permanently dedicate this space to those individuals whose successful career paths and outstanding achievements serve to inspire the Mexican community in Canada. Click here to read the tribute.
During my time studying in Switzerland I had the opportunity to explore Waldorf education, founded by the philosopher, lecturer and writer Rudolf Steiner (1961-1925). Moreover, Steiner was the founder of the movement known internationally as Anthroposophy. My first contact with the Waldorf pedagogy was through a family that worked at the Steiner School in Lugano, […]