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She is fluent in English, French and Persian and speaks some Spanish too. She had a bit part in the movie sequel to Afshin-Jam immigrated with her family to North Vancouver, B.C., after having fled Iran for Spain when she was just a baby.She shares her time between her home in Toronto’s Annex neighbourhood, her farm in Aurora, and offices in Florida and California. Tonight those women are talking of their results in a crowd that includes Victoria Radford, the beauty expert, and socialite Ainsley Kerr.A new venture has brought Stronach into the limelight again, an enterprise symbolized by a fountain burbling on the bar here, a sort of fountain of youth filled with a slightly greenish liquid that Stronach, and the two other women here, credit for their glowing skin, thick hair and strong finger nails. Health Canada has certified the products, formulated, tested and produced in Canada, as Natural Health Products.They call it Age Quencher.“On a very, like, superficial level, you know, I’ll be that girl for a minute,” says Stronach, flicking back her hair with a toss of her head. That designation doesn’t necessarily mean that they work, just that they won’t do any harm. As for the benefits: “We haven’t done a scientific study, it’s more anecdotal to this point,” says Adam Cooper, chief executive of Age Quencher.
Her curriculum vitae might just be more impressive than his.
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OTTAWA—She has rubbed her gorgeous elbows with political prisoners, royalty, the prime minister, the Dalai Lama and even a billionaire online gambling tycoon who boasts of staying a step ahead of the law.
“It’s the coolest thing, and it’s super fun to ride,” says Stronach, who herself shows no signs of slowing down.“I love manufacturing, you know,” she says.
“I grew up in that.” Postmedia is pleased to bring you a new commenting experience.Stronach, a patient of Fennell’s for close to a decade, is also a cancer survivor; in 2007, Stronach underwent a mastectomy to conquer breast cancer.