Who we are
Paul Brandt is the most awarded male Canadian Country Music artist in history. Since his million-selling debut album Calm Before the Storm, his has been an unlikely journey of humble beginnings and big dreams to fame and stardom. It is an engaging story of a young man who followed his passion to make a difference in the lives of others using his musical ability.
It has been a twisting road that has given him an audience with music legends, global leaders, royalty, and placed him on the world’s largest stages.
Paul is committed to using his music as a platform to create a positive impact on the lives of people in communities around the world through the charitable Buckspring Foundation he has established. His long-time involvement in anti-human trafficking initiatives led him to launch the #NotInMyCity campaign in July 2017.
Paul Hardy, born and raised in Canada, began his fashion career in 2002. Four years later, Paul was named one of the top 10 Canadian designers by Elle Magazine.
Paul Hardy is recognized as a top designer not only in Canada, but worldwide. Hardy has worked with Kate Hudson, Alanis Morrisette, Carrie Fisher and Paul Brandt.
He is known for his beautiful designs in fashion, his humanitarian work, motivational speeches, and his support of the arts. Paul created the beautiful yellow rose logo for the awareness scarf and bandana project for the #NotInMyCity campaign in 2017, and will be designing some new pieces for 2018.
Mount royal university
The #NotInMyCity campaign was initially created by MRU students, as part of a social innovation project utilizing the Paul Brandt brand. A small number of marketing graduates from the project are now part of the #NotInMyCity team.
We are proud to be supported by Mount Royal University, The Buckspring Foundation, Calgary Police Services, the City of Calgary, Brookline PR, Boom Goes the Drum, FM Systems and Deane House.