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The world was shocked last week when renowned chef, Anthony Bourdain, took his own life.

Closer to home, Dave Lidstone exposes the darker side of the service industry on Prince Edward Island, where workers often turn to drugs and alcohol to cope with the stress of their work. Dave and three chefs from top-calibre restaurants open up about their own struggles and experiences to give a brutually honest insight of the industry.

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4 June 2018 - By, Shania MacIssac

 

 

OPINION - ISLAND MILLENNIALS: TIME TO SPEAK UP

Picking out flaws in Millennials is like shooting fish in a barrel. It’s so easy. Except for the fact that, well, most of those flaws aren’t true. Shania MacIssac explains that it’s time for Island Millennials to speak-up. Island Millennials need to stand firm as the generation with a higher standard of respecting each other.

 

 

Mayzil at a Glance

8

months in existence

Our first article was published on October 30th 2017. 

 

9

feature articles published

Including interviews with interesting and knowledgeable people from Toronto to Slovenia.

 
 

4300+

views so far

Although we're only in our infancy, Mayzil is adding fresh perspectives to P.E.I.

 

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Mayzil magazine

Mayzil.com is a weekly online magazine seeking to add new perspectives to Prince Edward Island. By using creating non-fiction storytelling, entertainment and opinion pieces, Mayzil aims to give a voice to unpopular or unexplored topics and how they relate to the Island. Mayzil publishes issue explorations, investigative features, human-interest stories, first-person narratives, personal essays and culture pieces. Contributing articles are 500 - 1,000 words, starting at $50. Features articles are 1,000 - 2,500 words, starting at $100. Illustrations and photographs start at $5.