The LOVE Magazine

The 2nd edition of the LOVE Magazine was designed by former alumni and youth intern, Seantae Nicholls and includes photography, poetry and art works by LOVE Youth. Also included in this edition are interviews with Youth Alumni, information about the LOVE history and a snapshot of our programs.


The first edition of the LOVE MAG, a collection of LOVE’s LOVE MAG Final_web2youth work compiled by LOVE Youth Leader, Julie who worked diligently as the LOVE MAG editor.  She describes the magazine best as “a collection of adventurous stories and beautiful snapshots that will capture your eye and heart.”

Click here to view the 2013 LOVE Magazine



The Ripple Effect is a documentary developed, scripted, shot and edited by eight Aboriginal youth in LOVE’s Native Child & Family Services community partnership program. The film features self-portraits, interviews from people on the street and First Nations Elders on issues ranging from racism to identity to the importance of culture and ceremony.

Click here to watch The Ripple Effect online.



REXPrideMiniMagFront Cover-612x792REX PRIDE

Founded in June 2012, REX Pride’s mission is to create a safe-space in Rexdale/Etobicoke and give youth who identify as LGBTTIQQ2SPA the opportunity to utilize artistic mediums and create a message for social change in the community.
In 2014 REX Pride produced a magazine, Click here to view the RexPride Mini-Mag and share it with your friends!


An Interview with LOVE’s Founder, Twinkle Rudberg

LOVE was founded by Twinkle (Sheila) Rudberg whose husband Daniel was killed by a fourteen-year-old gang member in downtown Montreal. During the youth’s trial Twinkle learned the young perpetrator had been involved in gangs and taking drugs. She saw him as a victim of violence and sought a way to reach marginalized youth to help them reject violence.
Since 1993, LOVE has helped youth challenged by the many forms of violence to build the skills and confidence necessary to change their lives and communities. LOVE was founded on the belief that youth challenged by violence can be agents of change, capable of transforming their own lives, investing themselves in their communities, and making the world a safer place.


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