We want you to identify creative Canadians who are involved in extraordinary, innovative pursuits – just under our radar.
Whether it’s a young chef in Moncton, an architect in Iqaluit or a songwriter in Toronto, we want to celebrate them and tell their stories.
You can click here to nominate your own catalyst or make your submissions through Facebook. At the end, we'll narrow down your selections to 10 Catalysts.
Start by meeting our panel of judges and some of our nominees.
- Globe Catalysts: How do the experts spot exceptional talent?
- How indie music guru Jeffrey Remedios judges talent
- How chef David Lee spots young culinary talent
- Bonnie Brooks out to spot the next big thing in artistic talent
SAMPLE OF THE NOMINEES SO FAR
- David Jean Marteau shares his creations and his creativity
- A Vancouver food forager on the thrill of hunting for your own food
- Alexander Josephson votes for bold architecture
- Tyler Gray on quest for fresh and wild
- Jane Cox is creating culture, by design
- Andrea Dorfman: from YouTube sensation to community activism
- How Choir!Choir!Choir! uses singing as a catalyst for life-changing experience
- Michael Adamson is the king of pop-ups
- Daniel Torjman keeps it clothes to home
- How this Vancouver restaurateur is helping his neighbourhood’s most marginalized poor
- How live theatre re-enactments revitalize the movie-going experience
- Why this industrial designer's electric bike keeps winning awards
- 'Wine tasting is not glamorous at all. It's hard work'
- Opi Saint is rocking and shocking
- Danny Fournier the man behind the music
- For Cedar Swan, there's more to North than polar bears and ice