Change My Mind

Billy Ray Cyrus Retiring From Music? He's Changed His Mind

Huffington Post Music Canada | Sarah Kurchak | Posted 05.15.2013 | Canada Music

For Billy Ray Cyrus, Change My Mind isn't just the title of his recent album and single, it's also his latest career move. During the promotion of ...

Billy Ray Cyrus: This Election Is The Most Important Of All Time Ever

Huffington Post Canada | Sarah Kurchak | Posted 10.24.2012 | Canada Music

Billy Ray Cyrus' daughter, pop star and angular haircut model Miley Cyrus, announced that she was supporting Barack Obama in a recent Tweet, but he ha...

Is Dating a Cold, Careless Game?

Rachel Ryan | Posted 09.24.2012 | Canada Living
Rachel Ryan

There is a very prevalent hostility between the sexes, constantly reinforced by today's no-strings-attached dating game. No one has to commit. No one is responsible. Everyone is out for himself or herself. Everyone is on the defensive. So many options and no need to choose. Immediate gratification coupled with complete lack of empathy.

Change My Mind: Does Opposing Gay Marriage Make You a Bigot?

Posted 05.11.2012 | Canada

It is a huge moment for gay rights -- for and against. While Barack Obama just became the first president to endorse gay marriage, his announcement ca...

Sunday Roundup: A Big Week for the Personal AND Political

Danielle Crittenden | Posted 06.14.2012 | Canada
Danielle Crittenden

While Rick Santorum was dropping out of the GOP political race for personal reasons, and Hilary Rosen was making personal attacks on Anne Romney for political reasons, AOL/HuffingtonPost office politics became big personal news (at least for those of us working here): Microsoft agreed to buy $1.06 billion worth of AOL patents. (Yes, Dr. Evil, that's one. billion. dollars -- or $999,440,106.20 CDN).I can't claim any insider information as to what this means to AOL/Huffpost in general, or AOL/Huffpost Canada in specific. At minimum, I'm hoping for a new stapler.

Change My Mind: Should Canada Ban Muslim Face Coverings?

Danielle Crittenden | Posted 05.19.2012 | Canada
Danielle Crittenden

Welcome to our Change My Mind debate series, in which we challenge leading voices to debate an issue -- and allow you, the reader, to determine who wins. Today's topic is based on Immigration Minister Jason Kenney's decision to ban Muslim face coverings from citizenship ceremonies.