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Jacqueline Delange

Contributing associate editor, HuffPost Canada/AOL Canada

Jacqueline Delange is an associate editor at HuffPost Canada/AOL Canada.
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Technology Bringing The Pain For Gen Y?

Michael MacIsaac, a 24-year-old law student in Victoria, describes the neck pain he experiences after hunching over his laptop as “a little unbearable.” But he and others in his age group might say t...
11/28/2012 09:29 EST
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Our Greatest Person: Lekan Olawoye

“This is crazy,” Lekan Olawoye thought when he received a call saying four friends fell prey to gun violence one day during his high school years. Olawoye, now 27, had lost friends before, but never f...
08/23/2012 08:27 EDT
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49 Mutilated Bodies Found In Mexico

AP -- MONTERREY, Mexico - Forty-nine decapitated and mutilated bodies were found Sunday dumped on a highway connecting the northern Mexican metropolis of Monterrey to the U.S. border in what appears t...
05/13/2012 05:00 EDT
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Test Drive: LeRoy's Gourmet Flavored Ketchup

Test Drive: Each week, the Huffington Post Canada's Living team will try out something that has sparked our curiosity, and as long as we live to tell the tale, we'll let you know all about it. The Con...
05/02/2012 06:29 EDT
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David Suzuki Steps Down

Canadian environmentalist David Suzuki has resigned from the David Suzuki Foundation board following worries that his opinions could endanger the foundation's charitable status, the National Post repo...
04/14/2012 06:57 EDT
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Should You Stay Married After An Affair?

Devastation, anger, betrayal -- without a doubt, these are the emotions certain to overwhelm any marriage in the wake of infidelity. But what isn't quite as clear when the dust settles is whether to s...
04/10/2012 02:09 EDT
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China Cracks Down On

AP -- China is shuttering more than a dozen websites, penalizing two popular social media sites and detaining six people for circulating rumors of a coup that rattled Beijing in the midst of its worst...
03/31/2012 06:09 EDT
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How Low Can He Go?

AP -- Hollywood icon James Cameron has completed his journey to Earth's deepest point. The Canadian director of "Titanic," ''Avatar" and other films used a specially designed submarine to dive nearly...
03/25/2012 04:49 EDT
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Is Today The Day?

Have you spent the past few months looking down at your naked ring finger, impatiently wondering, "I wonder when my guy (or gal) is going to put some bling on it"? Well, look out, because today is Pro...
03/20/2012 10:33 EDT

How To Make (Nearly) No Fat Fudge Brownies

Is guilt the main ingredient in brownies? The fat content practically guarantees eater's remorse, so trying out a Nearly No Fat Fudge Brownies recipe that substitutes non-fat yogurt for fatty oil or b...
03/20/2012 03:41 EDT