“Tdot Women Magazine” is a new online magazine highlighting NEWS & ISSUES affecting women from across Canada. #heretoinspire. The online magazine is a registered business in Ontario. It does not support bullying in any form.

Originally started as a ‘mood board’ of inspiration for only the Women of Toronto (acknowledged as the lands of the Mississaugas, of the Anishinaabe, the Haudenosaunee Confederacy and the Wendat, while recognizing the enduring presence of all First Nations, Métis and the Inuit peoples) it expanded to incorporate NEWS and ISSUES affecting all women when other women from across the country and around the world began following the magazine on Instagram. Currently the magazine has articles that are chiefly written by Michelle Lalonde, our editor, but as it expands and gets funding, we are hoping to have articles written by women from all over. If anyone is interested in submitting an article or idea, please reach out through the contact page.


Michelle Lalonde studied biomedical engineering at Western University in London, Ontario, and centred her concentration on scientific research. She then went on to be a grant editor for many years, which is how she fell in love with writing. With a combination of research and grant editing skills, journalism just seemed to “make sense”. She often gravitates towards causes where she feels people have been treated unfairly while wanting to raise the voices of those not often heard in mainstream media.

Michelle Lalonde


Desree Fellows is a mother of two, a wife and an educator. She grew up mainly in Scarborough, but has lived all over the city of Toronto. She runs a baking business and hosts a podcast. In her spare time she loves to write, and play with her children.

Des Fellows