Canadians cash in on hobbies with 'side hustles'
TORONTO — For Chelsea Hearty and Ian Moores, the recipe for success began with a midnight snack.
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit in March, Hearty and Moores, who had worked in food and hospitality, were among the hundreds of thousands of workers who found themselves out of a job and with little to do during lockdown.
Moores decided to fill some time — and a late-night sugar craving — by baking. He got off the couch and put on an apron with a mission to make "the best cookie anyone's ever had."