Sandra Hanna

Black Friday 101: When To Spend And How To Save

Sandra Hanna | November 25, 2015 | Canada Living
A recent survey reveals that while 65 per cent of Canadians think Black Friday is a great way to score a deal, only 28 per cent plan to shop that day.
Walter Andri

Happy Holidays From The Internet Of Things

Walter Andri | November 25, 2015 | Canada Living
It's fun to look at gift ideas offered by different publications and see how well technology is represented. While smartphones, tablets and PCs will be on many gift lists for Holidays 2015 and a few lucky individuals may even get a connected car, IoT gift suggestions are showing up for a range of age groups and purposes.
Rossann Williams

Canada's Youth Need More And Better Opportunities

Rossann Williams | November 25, 2015 | Canada Business
Young people represent a vital and untapped resource for Canadian business, but many employers don't have clear strategies to recruit, train and retain them.
Kathy Buckworth

Cookie Exchange? I Don't Think So

Kathy Buckworth | November 25, 2015 | Canada Living
The real purpose behind having Christmas baking in the house is not clear, as most women will spend the balance of the year complaining about the size of their own thighs and the expanding girth of their husband.
Marcello Cabezas

The November Ticket Will Change Your Entertainment Habits

Marcello Cabezas | November 25, 2015 | Canada Living
Introducing the November Ticket, a brilliant idea from a collective of artists that decided to do something that seems challenging in an oh so competitive marketplace. Arm and arm, they decided to work together. Sharing resources benefits not only the companies and artists themselves. The audience win as well here.
Jen Lawrence

8 Surprising Ways To Pull Yourself Out Of A Dark Place

Jen Lawrence | November 25, 2015 | Canada Living
When you've survived trauma, it's unnervingly easy to slide back into the depths. When I tumble into that headspace, there are a few things that can almost always pull me back out. Hopefully they might be helpful
Sacha DeVoretz

How Yoga Can Help You Keep Calm During The Holidays

Sacha DeVoretz | November 25, 2015 | Canada Living
With the holidays around the corner, it is easy to get caught up in the whirlwind of stress and exhaustion. When this happens, I take a step back, breathe and hit the mat. For me, the holidays is about being present and spending time with loved ones and people in my community.
Meghan Telpner

Chocolate Dipped Macaroons Are The Power Snack You've Been Missing

Meghan Telpner | November 25, 2015 | Canada Living
I began experimenting with some classic nutrient-packed ingredients and then did something I rarely do: I added a protein powder to the mix. The key was to make a fibre-rich, protein-rich and fat-rich recipe: the trifecta of a power snack. And so, I landed at a chocolate dipped, vanilla macaroon.
Sarah Vermunt

3 Books For Perfectionists, Approval-Seekers And Overachievers

Sarah Vermunt | November 25, 2015 | Canada Living
Perfectionism is a BEAST. So are its cousins, approval-seeking and overachieving. If you've ever struggled with these issues, you know they wreak havoc on your career and your personal life. Armed with love, understanding, these books will help you chill the heck out so you can have a happier life.
Joshua Ostroff

Hindu Heroes Of 'Sanjay's Super Team' Finally Add Colour To Pixar's Palette

Joshua Ostroff | November 25, 2015 | Canada Parents
Brown kids can now see people who look like them be brave and powerful and white kids can see people who don't look like them be brave and powerful, too.
Collette Gee

Why Holiday Break Ups Are The Worst

Collette Gee | November 25, 2015 | Canada Living
While breaking up is hard to do you know when things just aren't working out anymore. People who've experienced a sudden breakup during the holidays for example always assume the break up wasn't planned, and therefore begin to question whether the breakup was caused by some recent event caused by something they did or said.
Allison Weigensberg

Your Holiday Guide To Clutter-Free Gifts

Allison Weigensberg | November 25, 2015 | Canada Living
With the holidays a few weeks away the yearly "what am I going to do with all those gifts" anxiety is settling in.
Dr. Bob Haig

Collaboration In Health Care Is The Cure For Canada's Chronic Pain

Dr. Bob Haig | November 25, 2015 | Canada Living
It's no surprise that governments are focusing more attention on how to better support musculoskeletal (MSK) patients, considering that back pain is now the leading single cause of disability worldwide. Ontario chiropractors are playing a crucial role in the development of new models of care to help our province face these challenges.
Mandy Mail

Student Hacks For Avoiding A Holiday Shopping Hangover

Mandy Mail | November 25, 2015 | Canada Business
From buying a new winter coat and gift exchanges with friends, to purchasing a ticket home and celebrating the end of exams, there is no doubt that the holidays and New Year's Eve can put stress on a student's finances.
Marcia Sirota

Creating An Amazing 2016: It's Not About Making Resolutions

Marcia Sirota | November 25, 2015 | Canada Living
It's only through self-acceptance that you can find lasting and sustaining motivation to improve yourself and your life. Positive energy supports positive change; negativity promotes paralysis.
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

What You Need To Know About Clinical Trials And Cancer Treatment

Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre | November 26, 2015 | Canada Living
Clinical trials are designed to test new ways of treating, diagnosing or preventing cancer against the best available standard of treatment that is currently available. From questions about safety, accessing newer treatments, to wondering about the benefit to your own treatment, exploring what clinical trials actually involve can help you determine if one is worth considering.
Victor Wong

Do You Know Enough About Diabetes?

Victor Wong | November 25, 2015 | Canada Living
Knowing your risk factors can help you make healthy changes that may prevent type 2 diabetes from occurring.
Andrea Stairs

Canadian Retailers Can Do More To Satisfy Cyber Week Demand

Andrea Stairs | November 25, 2015 | Canada Business
Canadian retailers can still do more to live up to the hype of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. With nearly every major Canadian retailer taking part in Cyber Week, to come out a winner, retailers need to up their game.
Tiffany Leigh

A Tasting Tour Of MLSE's e11even

Tiffany Leigh | November 24, 2015 | Canada Living
When a restaurant is owned by a company whose vision and mandate does not address food -- but rather sports and entertainment -- it gives me cause for concern. MLSE: Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, is an archetype of this business model. But of course, a company such as this would (inevitably) expand into food-focused outlets, regardless.
Timi Gustafson, R.D.

Orthorexia: A Diagnosis In Search Of A Disease?

Timi Gustafson, R.D. | November 24, 2015 | Canada Living
Most eating disorders are focused on food quantity and resulting weight issues. But orthorexic people can be overweight, extremely thin, or everything in between. Their sole concern is the quality of the food they eat and whether it is in accordance with their rules and restrictions.
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