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Everything You Need to Know About Virtual Coffee Chats

We've all found ourselves daydreaming about our dream job while sitting on the bus. We've partnered with Prepped, a free platform that provides a personalized program designed to increase your chances of landing a job by up to 6x¹ to help give Rocketman users the tools and tips to land the next gig while they get from A to B with a little less OMG. When you’re connecting with someone for the first time, you want to make a strong impression. Trying to accomplish this when meeting in person is challenging enough. Learning how to network virtually presents a different

By |March 10th, 2021|Categories: Community|0 Comments

Daydreaming on transit? 5 ways to land your dream job.

We've all found ourselves daydreaming about our dream job while sitting on the bus. We've partnered with Prepped, a free platform that provides a personalized program designed to increase your chances of landing a job by up to 6x¹ to help give Rocketman users the tools and tips to land the next gig while they get from A to B with a little less OMG. “Find a job you love, and you’ll never work a day in your life.” That’s the thing about quotes; they distil everything down to its simplest form. Of course, if you find your dream

By |February 22nd, 2021|Categories: Community|0 Comments

Black-Owned Businesses in Calgary You Can Support Right Now

Black-Owned Businesses in Calgary You Can Support Right Now February 1 marks more than the beginning of February. It marks the beginning of Black History Month. This year’s theme, The Future is Now, is meant to celebrate and acknowledge the work being done and continues to be done every day by Black Canadians to support and elevate their communities.  In support of Black History Month, we’re highlighting Black-owned and operated businesses across Canada that are leading the way. While February may only have 28 days, we’re committed to using our platform to support and share stories from Black Canadians

By |February 8th, 2021|Categories: Community|0 Comments

Black-Owned Businesses in Vancouver & Victoria You Can Support Right Now

Black-Owned Businesses in Vancouver and Victoria You Can Support Right Now February 1 marks more than the beginning of February. It marks the beginning of Black History Month. This year’s theme, The Future is Now, is meant to celebrate and acknowledge the work being done and continues to be done every day by Black Canadians to support and elevate their communities.  In support of Black History Month, we’re highlighting Black-owned and operated businesses across Canada that are leading the way. While February may only have 28 days, we’re committed to using our platform to support and share stories from

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Black-Owned Businesses in Edmonton You Can Support Right Now

Black-Owned Businesses in Edmonton You Can Support Right Now February 1 marks more than the beginning of February. It marks the beginning of Black History Month. This year’s theme, The Future is Now, is meant to celebrate and acknowledge the work being done and continues to be done every day by Black Canadians to support and elevate their communities.  In support of Black History Month, we’re highlighting Black-owned and operated businesses across Canada that are leading the way. While February may only have 28 days, we’re committed to using our platform to support and share stories from Black Canadians

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Commuting Tunes: Spotlight on Missy D from Vancouver

Vancouver-based bilingual hip-hop, rap, soul artist and femcee Missy D uses her fast-driving rhythms and soulful melodies to deliver introspective lyrics. Rocketman will be featuring emerging artists from across Canada. We are serving up new music and artists you can explore on your commute to keep your playlist fresh. Image courtesy: David Markwei Productions This article originally appeared on RBC's Discover & Learn Canada’s emerging artists contribute to the fabric and strength of communities. “Creative Culture: Emerging Artists to Watch” is a new series profiling young Canadian artists as they begin to grow from emerging to established. Yes, mamas, papas and music

By |February 5th, 2021|Categories: Community|Tags: , |0 Comments

Black-Owned Businesses in Toronto You Can Support Right Now

Black-Owned Businesses in Toronto You Can Support Right Now February 1 marks more than the beginning of February. It marks the beginning of Black History Month. This year’s theme, The Future is Now, is meant to celebrate and acknowledge the work being done and continues to be done every day by Black Canadians to support and elevate their communities.  In support of Black History Month, we’re highlighting Black-owned and operated businesses across Canada that are leading the way. While February may only have 28 days, we’re committed to using our platform to support and share stories from Black Canadians

By |February 4th, 2021|Categories: Community|Tags: , , |0 Comments

6 Bottle Shops in Toronto and the GTA to Support After Dry January

One of the most courageous resolutions people make coming into the new year is to cut back on their consumption of alcohol. We applaud you for this. We know it’s not easy to cut back on something that’s normally associated with socializing. And not drinking as much can be yet another reminder of the socially distanced reality that we’re enduring to help keep our communities safe. We know it’s necessary, but happy hour over Zoom just doesn’t have the same appeal.    Regardless of the situation, not having a glass or two of wine a week is tough when it’s

By |February 1st, 2021|Categories: Community|Tags: |0 Comments

3 Bottle Shops in Vancouver to Support After Dry January

3 Bottle Shops in British Columbia to Support After Dry January     Is it possible to love and hate something at the same time? Because that’s how most of us feel about Dry January. We love it because it’s one of those resolutions that really test your will power. If you can do this, you can do anything. At least that’s what it feels like. But then we hate it because, well, we don’t get to drink. And being forced to stay at home, even though it’s for our communities' safety, makes it even harder not to crack a can

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6 Bottle Shops in Calgary to Support After Dry January

You did it! You beat the odds and survived another dry January (or February!). If this is your first time, take a bow. We know it wasn’t easy but trust us when we say it’s totally worth it. It’s hard to keep any new year’s resolution, let alone this one. But here you are, still standing, so you deserve all the credit.    You know what they say, though? Everything in moderation, including moderation. After going dry for an entire month by not consuming any alcohol (leftover rum cake doesn’t count), you’re allowed to have a glass of wine or

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