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Barbara Sanchez and Her Crusade to Justice




As a publicist, Barbara works day in and out, bringing publicity to her clients’ work, but she uses that same to talent to raise awareness for the causes she cares about. Since the age of five, Barbara Sanchez knew she was a social activist. After growing up in a dysfunctional home, she found herself repeating the cycle in her own life. Barbara was in a relationship that escalated from emotional abuse to physical. Through the support of her family and close friends, Barbara knew she had more extraordinary things planned. She shares the story of her experience with domestic violence with the world to help other women in a similar position. The Bella Foundation is an organization focused and supporting families struggling with domestic violence, a cause Barbara holds close to home. She has hosted events for The Bella Foundation, such as the celebrity basketball game. She has gone on television interviews for The Bella Foundation to give her testimony of the abuse she suffered and what finally made her leave the toxic situation.

Aside from domestic violence causes, Barbara advocates for farmworkers, social injustice, voters’ rights, etc.  Barbara has devoted her time and knowledge to several organizations, including The United Farm Workers (UFW), Freedom 4 Youth, League of Badass DoGooders, and a plethora of others. Barbara prides herself on being the difference in someone’s life. In June of 2020, Barbara was out in the frontlines participating int the peaceful Black Lives Matter protests. At the same time, she was encouraging and helping attendees register to vote in the upcoming election. Barbara knows politics are an effective way to change. She will be hosting political campaign fundraisers for Councilman nominee, Clarendon Johnson. Also, in June 2020, Barbara was out again honoring farmworkers in the California valley. She partnered with UFW and Fifty150 to host a pandemic safe, drive-thru event to show appreciation to the men and women in the field. Barbara is a mentor to many, from young publicists, domestic abuse survivors to at-risk youth.

Barbara is not afraid to speak out and be a helping hand to the community. She humbly gives and makes herself accessible to those struggling or needing a helping hand. She does so without the need for acknowledgment. Barbara strives to create a world where everyone can live free and peaceful. Even with a hectic schedule, Barbara finds a way to give her all to others.

Jenny is one of the oldest contributors of Bigtime Daily with a unique perspective of the world events. She aims to empower the readers with delivery of apt factual analysis of various news pieces from around the World.

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Top Road Trip Destinations in Canada




Did you know that 1.93 million Americans traveled to Canada in 2020? That number was down year-over-year due to COVID-related travel restrictions. 

While some Americans visit the Great White North via plane, others prefer road trips. It can be fun to plan an itinerary, book a hotel, pack the luggage, load your family into the car, and head to the border. But if a road trip to Canada is in the plans for you and yours this summer, what Canadian destinations are worth the potentially thousands of miles of driving? Keep reading to learn about the top road trip destinations in Canada.

Grasslands National Park in Saskatchewan

Grasslands National Park is one of Canada’s 44 national parks and park reserves. Whether you’re an earlier bird or a night owl, the national park in Southern Saskatchewan provides an ideal prairie landscape. It’s the perfect place to unwind, immerse yourself in nature, and recalibrate your life.

Enjoy the great outdoors on a campsite, or take part in hiking adventures by exploring trails. The solitude and breathtaking beauty of this national park will leave you in awe. Make time for the Ecotour Scenic Drive. It’s about 20 km (around 12.5 miles) long and will take one to three hours to complete depending on your pace. 

Toronto to Stratford, Ontario

If there’s one Canadian city most Americans have heard of, it’s Toronto. Toronto, the capital of Ontario, is the fourth largest city on the continent. It’s also home to the only authentic castle in North America. Casa Loma, located in midtown Toronto, is worth the visit. So, too, is the CN Tower, which is the biggest free-standing structure in the Western Hemisphere. The city also has citizens representing 200+ ethnic groups. 

While there’s plenty to see and do in Toronto, why stop there? It’s a good idea to include a Toronto-to-Stratford excursion while on your road trip to Canada. You must travel 150 km (about 93 miles ) west to get to Stratford. You’ll see Victorian architecture and get to take in the live theater. Most Americans probably haven’t heard of Stratford before. But when you come for a visit, there’s a good possibility you won’t ever forget it.

North Cape Coastal Drive, Prince Edward Island

If you haven’t ever taken a road trip to Prince Edward Island, you don’t know what you’re missing. It’s Canada’s smallest province, but it sure offers a boatload of fun. Are you a foodie or do you like to indulge in the local cuisine when traveling? Check out the western peninsula. You can delight your tastebuds with the range of food available. 

Make time to visit the Canadian Potato Museum in the province. After taking in the sites and attractions at the museum, enjoy a meal at the onsite PEI Potato Country Kitchen. The menu has items like the chili topped baked potato, which features a baked potato, homemade chili, and cheese. Meanwhile, the pulled pork potato features a baked potato topped with pulled pork, cheese, and sour cream on the side. That’s just a sampling, and all baked potato dishes are served with fresh-cut, homemade chips.

If you’re intersted in a U.S. to Canada road trip this year, the options above will give you some ideas. The sky’s the limit since there’s so much to see and do. 

You’ll want to ensure your vehicle is in good working order to avoid breakdowns. You’ll also want to stay alert on the road since you’ll be traveling a lot of miles and spending hours behind the wheel of your car. 

If you get into an accident, you must know what to do. In addition to reporting the accident, calling your insurer, and possibly even booking a rental car to complete your road trip, you’ll want to contact a personal injury lawyer if anyone is injured. 

No one wants to consider accidents or injuries when on a road trip. But it’s best to hope for the best while being prepared for the worst. You’ll enjoy the journey and the destination a lot more when you’ve done everything possible to prepare for any possible issues.

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