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Spencer Wyse Spencer joined the team in November 2011. He is full of energy and has an extensive background in bartending and customer service. According to Spencer, “When I’m at work it’s all about having fun, especially with my guests. I love interacting with people and making sure they have an enjoyable and memorable evening - I want them to come back.” In 2012, Spencer saw an opportunity to create more

excitement on the gaming floor by creating his own bar. Employees and guests fittingly named the bar “Spencer’s Place,” which has become a very popular spot for guests to hang out on Friday and Saturday evenings. Spencer likes to play around while at work and will sometimes put on a little show for his customers with his bottle juggling. It’s important to Spencer that he makes each guest interaction personable and unique.

Karen Murdock Showgirls add the sparkle and glam, bringing smiles to guests’ faces and lasting memories in photographs. Lead showgirl, Karen Murdock joined the team in 2009. She always makes sure the casino is always well represented at special events. Overall the casino has about 25 showgirls and guys (although mostly girls). The showgirls and guys have a range of jobs to do such as, hosting, posing for photos, unveiling new games, but most importantly they’re always the life of the party. As Karen says, “We’re lucky to be involved in so many events. Casino Nova Scotia hosts a variety of events and they ‘re always mixing up the crowds. We have done everything from the Halifax Pride Parade to the Halifax Firefighters’ Feel the Heat and always have a blast. We also get to be involved with many of the Casino’s VIP and Guest Appreciation events which are always fun because we get a lot of positive feedback from guests and people really enjoy taking pictures next to a real live showgirl!”

Angela Bourgeios Angela is the dealer extraordinaire! This gal deals eight different table games (how cool is that?) including Blackjack, Let It Ride, Texas Hold’em, Mississippi Stud and Poker. Angela says poker is her favourite game to deal, “I just love the game. It’s a different game structure to the many games at the casino. In poker the players play against each other whereas in the other table games guests play against the house. It makes for a different guest interaction.” Angela has been a dealer at the casino for 11 years, joining the team in 2002. She had just finished school studying to be a legal assistant, to bide

her time she attended a casino job fair, was hired and has been at the casino ever since. She say’s what keeps her around are, “her fellow employees, favourite customers, and well, the money’s pretty good.”

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We caught up with Cory Urquhart, co-owner of enVie Vegan Kitchen to discuss the opening of his new restaurant

The atmosphere at enVie is something we would like to think is different from anything else in Halifax. We wanted it to be a very comfortable home-like atmosphere and a place with an open kitchen where people can see how the food is prepared. It’s a small and intimate space. We spent a lot of time in Europe and when people compliment us on the decor and how it makes them feel like they are in another city or country, we know we succeeded in what we wanted to create. On the food side, our chefs work incredibly hard at making the food, preparing things you can’t find anywhere else in Halifax. We also put a lot of effort into plating the food and presenting it to the customer, so it gives off an upscale vibe, but it is a place where you can come with your friends and have some cocktails, or a place where you can have a table for 2 by the window and enjoy a little date night. We also have a big booth that you can reserve for groups of 6-10. The most popular dishes on our menu would probably be the quinoa and mushroom burger served with crispy chickpea polenta fries, or the seitan donair with garlic aioli, or our play on “scallops” which are actually local king mushrooms stems marinated and pan seared then served over kelp noodles. We offer

a lot of gluten free and raw options on our menu, including our desserts which change frequently. Our raw chocolate torte is our most popular dessert item and we usually go through at least a full cake a day. We also do macaroons, coconut ice cream pie, and as I write this the girls in the kitchen are preparing an amazing key lime ice cream, and guess who does the taste tests? THIS GUY. If I could suggest a drink at enVie I would say either the Caprioska or the Corpse Reviver. Ian Cameron from La Frasca came up with our cocktail menu. It’s scary how good these are and how refreshing they are considering we use 2oz of alcohol in all our drinks. If you are a vodka person, the Caprioska would be perfect. If you like Bourbon, try the Corpse Reviver, it will do exactly as the name says - think adult lemonade. We also have a selection of vegan wines, meaning no egg whites are used in the filtering process, and we support local vineyards as well, our Blomidon L’Acadie and Benjamin Bridge Nova 7 are our most popular wines so far. We also have local cider, a gluten free beer option, and local beers from Garrison and Keith’s. Working with your wife is great. People always say never work with your loved one it will tear you apart bla bla bla. Those people dwell on the negatives and worry too much. Me and D are completely opposite people and it works out great. She is the most driven and motivated person I have ever met, and I’m not just saying that so I can get a delicious meal a few times a day. I like to keep things very light and fun and

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make sure people laugh and enjoy themselves while they are eating the delicious food she has thought up and prepared. We have our disagreements for sure, but at the end of the day we always bike home happy and realize we are doing what we love, and showing people you can eat healthy and enjoy our food just as much and hopefully more than anything you’ve tried before. We are at the restaurant from 7am to midnight literally 6 days a week. I think people can appreciate that when they come into enVie. It’s tough to get more hands on than us, we don’t pay people to do our social media, we run our own website, we do our own payroll, we decorated and painted the whole place with the help of the best friends anyone could ever ask for, we got all the loans ourselves and put all of our own money into this. At the end of the day, and I’ve said this many times before, everyone you do business with is a pain in the a** in some kind of way, everyone has their own agenda. So why not get into business with an a** that you love and care about more than anything in the world? We are just 2 people who love to have fun and put smiles on peoples faces. A fictional character that best describes my personality? Foghorn Leghorn. Do a side by side pic and you’ll see why. We use local as much as we can and only use other suppliers when absolutely necessary. We get our burger buns and pitas from Big Life Whole Foods located in the old Brewery Market, our Gluten Free buns come from Odell’s Gluten Free Bakery in the north end, and tofu from Acadiana Soy Products. We get a lot of our local produce from Noggins Farm, grains, organic flours and oils from Speerville Flour Mill, organic nuts and seeds from Prana out of Montreal and our awesome organic greens from Four Seasons. And of course, when we run out of supplies we are heading next door to Local Source who has been there for us since day one, which reminds me, we probably need to pay our tab! Ha!

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SKYBOX Hair Cuts on Barrington Street is a come of age sports deco to hair salons and traditional barber shops offering quality service for both men and women. Follow us on SkyboxHalifax @SkyboxHalifax The atmosphere at Skybox The new Skybox location is trying to be a come of age Salon that is a little more tailored towards guys. It removes the pressure of premium salons around and gives you a more modern spin on traditional barber shops while keeping that pampering experience. TVs in every station, hot towel service and quality cuts. Services Offered Skybox operates as a full service hair salon for both men and woman.

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More than one million Canadians are pursuing an undergraduate education – a record number. In 2011, undergraduate enrollment (full-time and part-time) surpassed one million (1,015,000) for the first time ever. Since 2000, the number of full-time undergraduate students in Canada has grown by nearly 44 percent.


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Wow, where did the summer go? It’s already September! Luckily, the Fall is one of the nicest times of the year, and is actually my favourite season of them all. Summer vacations are over, the temperature is cooling down, school is starting up again for a lot of you and many people are getting back into their normal routines. From a health perspective, this is an extremely important time of the year. If you’re like most people, you probably indulged a little more often during the summer than you normally do, drank more alcohol, enjoyed more bbq’s and so on. The Fall is your chance to right the ship and get back into a healthier routine. How much should it cost you to get healthy? That is a question I deal with on a daily basis. I have seen first-hand the money that people spend on their health and well-being. Some of it is well-spent, but a lot is needlessly wasted on products or services that we don’t need, or that don’t benefit us in any way. In reality if enough effort is put into learning how to take care of yourself, the cost to get healthy should be nothing! We are lucky to live in a part of the world where we have access to fresh foods, clean water and ample outdoor space. That is really all you need to live a healthy life. We don’t need fancy exercise equipment, or purified water from a stream in the Himalayas. We can want these things, but

we don’t need these things. Believe me, your money can be better spent elsewhere. The first step is to educate yourself on how to live a healthy life. Learn the basics of good nutrition and healthy eating (see previous issues of Faces Health), and implement them into your daily routine. Purchase fresh, wholesome foods and make your meals from scratch. Next, take advantage of the fact that we live in an amazing city where you can go running, hiking, biking and swimming, or play any type of sport that you want, all for free. Stay hydrated throughout the day by drinking water.Yes, tap water is perfectly safe for you. If you are worried, buy a Brita filter and fill up a water bottle. What am I trying to say? I’m letting you know that you can live and maintain a perfectly healthy life for absolutely free! Enjoy your September everyone! I’ll see you in October where we will talk about how to be healthy at school and in the workplace! Email me with any questions or comments you may have. -Luke Corey, BA(H), BScAHN, Registered Dietitian Complete Health and Nutrition E:

... take advantage of the fact that we live in an amazing city where you can go running, hiking, biking and swimming, or play any type of sport that you want, all for free.

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“I find it is important to remember that at one time I was a customer – I put myself as the buyer when I price items. If I wouldn’t personally buy it at that price, I’m not going to mark it at that price.” There’s a lot to remember when returning to school, especially in regards to ‘Back to School Fashion’. No one wants to go to their first Lab, or more importantly their first party wearing the same outfit as someone else. That’s why shopping at exclusive boutiques like Better Than Her Boutique (BTHB), is crucial to finding unique, but more importantly affordable pieces for your Fall wardrobe. Better Than Her Boutique (BTHB) is locally owned by Courtney Jones.

Before opening BTHB Courtney was a teacher. It was during a yearlong post in Nunavut where she constantly urged her students to commit to their dreams, that she found the drive and ambition to follow her own dreams by opening BTHB last November. BTHB is located on the second floor of Spring Garden Place Mall. Since many businesses in Spring Garden Place lack a “street visual” to entice foot traffic, Courtney had to think “outside the

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Better Than Her Boutique’s merchandise of clothing and jewelry runs a range of styles from ultraglam cocktail dresses and statement necklaces to frayed denim and midi rings. The clothing and jewelry are practical for everyday life, but add a unique twist. “My personal style is reflected in a lot of items” Courtney says of her stock, which she personally selects from L.A. and brings in new arrivals weekly.

Better Than Her Boutique Ships 32 Prom Dresses to Hall Beach Nunavut A few key traits set Courtney apart from other young entrepreneurs. One is that she still thinks like a teacher. “As a teacher, I had a moral accountability to positively influence the younger generation,” she explains. It may have been that “moral accountability” that prompted Courtney’s most recent charitable endeavor. After collecting prom dress donations from her customers, Courtney (with the help from First Air) shipped

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32 Prom Dresses to Hall Beach, Nunavut. They were donated to the 2013 graduating class at Arnaqjuaq School –where Courtney taught Grade 4 for a year. Courtney also volunteered her time and BTHB’s clothing to Charles P. Allen and Dartmouth High Schools’ end-of-year fashion show.

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TAURUS You have ideals and visions that you would like to share with friends and groups you are a part of. You are motivated to help people in a difficult position.

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SCORPIO This is a time of creativity and romance â&#x20AC;&#x201C; you tune in to the heart and your instincts and learn something important about life. Wise people help you.

GEMINI This can be a very positive time for your career, especially if you want to realize something creative. This could bring very lucrative results.


SAGITTARIUS You have deep insights into the emotional and spiritual roots of your deeper attachments. You discover untold resources to help people who may be sad.

CANCER This is a wonderful month for tuning in to spiritual ideas and creative thinking. Your empathy and compassion are awakened, and people listen to your message.


CAPRICORN You can learn so much from other people about creativity and imaginative thinking. It is the subtle and hidden teachings that have power.

LEO You may find it difficult to find your feet in an emotional relationship. You just need to tune in and let things be. Understanding dawns without words.


AQUARIUS You may not know how, but you have a strong belief that everything is going to be OK, both financially and professionally and at

VIRGO Relationships have priority but it is difficult to know what people want exactly. It can be very enriching to join together with creative people in a community spirit.


PISCES The moon conjoining Neptune in your sign makes you ultrasensitive and creative . There are successes ahead with romance or children..

LIBRA You know what you want but the people you work with can seem confused about their direction. Nevertheless things can work out very well professionally.


ARIES This is a quiet and private month where spiritual and emotional issues have priority. You can use the power of the imagination both positively or negatively.

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Michael Wilson

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AGE 23

HIDDEN TALENT I am very flexible for being a larger individual.

AGE 27


HOBBIES Ice Skating, Bodybuilding, Reading, Twitter, Traveling

OCCUPATION Manager at Supplement King; Bouncer at Cheers Bar & Grill

LOTTERY Buy the world’s largest birthday cake and share it with everyone.

GUILTY PLEASURES Ordering and eating an entire pizza to myself.

LIKES Napping, Netflix, Dancing, Protein, Puppies, Tupac

CELEB DATE Andreia Brazier

OCCUPATION Bartender & Criminology/psychology and Forensic Science student

DISLIKES Ghosts, Spiders, Twerking

FEEL SEXIEST IN This magazine.

DREAM JOB Richard Simmons personal trainer ON AN IDEAL DATE The Middle Spoon.


LIKES I love fitness training, currently training for the WBFF amateur show in Las Vegas! My first fitness competition ever! DISLIKES Hate spiders haha

very flexible “ I am for being a larger individual.

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HOBBIES Love to work out, but

also love to make jewellery and read anything true crime related, favourite book I just finished is “Triple Agent” a book that the movie Zero Dark Thirty is based around. LOTTERY If I won the lottery I would travel to Tahiti! It’s my dream destination, but then all over the world as well ON AN IDEAL DATE On an ideal date I would love to just go out for supper and go to a movie, I’m a pretty low maintenance type of gal, but mostly you get

to know if someone has the same sense of humour as you when you go to see a comedy. SOMETHING MOST PEOPLE DON’T KNOW Most new people I meet are shocked and intrigued to find out I used to be a police officer in New Brunswick for 5 years before moving back to Halifax to finish my degree. GUILTY PLEASURES I love fuzzy peaches... everyday, all day. FEEL SEXIEST IN I think I look sexiest in a pair of baggy sweatpants and a sports bra

love fuzzy peaches... “ Ieveryday, all day ” ”

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