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Are O'Leary And Leitch The Faces Of Conservatism?

Terezia Farkas | Posted 02.06.2017 | Canada Politics
Terezia Farkas

O'Leary wants the top job of Prime Minister, but he won't run in any upcoming vacant ridings because he doesn't want to sit in Parliament as an MP. That should tell you what he thinks about the men and women who give up lucrative jobs in the private sector to work as public servants. Because an MP is a public servant, accountable to Canadian voters, sworn to serve Canada.

Promoting Unity With Bhangra Dance

Terezia Farkas | Posted 08.04.2016 | Canada Living
Terezia Farkas

Inclusion is about sharing our abilities, making the world a classroom that treasures diversity and teaches us to live together. In Whitehorse, Yukon people of all ethnicities are coming together with Punjabi Bhangra dance. Gurdeep Pandher is the man behind the movement.

Edmonton Council Powers Up To Control Tree Removal On Your Property

Terezia Farkas | Posted 07.25.2016 | Canada Alberta
Terezia Farkas

Edmonton City Council is asking Rachel Notley's government for the green light to create a bylaw to govern tree removal on private property. If Notley's government approves the ask, Edmonton City Council will make a bylaw that regulates what you can do to trees on your property.

HuffPost Canada Celebrates 5 Years

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 05.25.2016 | Canada

The Huffington Post Canada is celebrating five years since it launched in August 2016. We are proud to honour 50 Canadians who informed, inspired, ent...

HuffPost Canada Celebrates 5 Years

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 05.25.2016 | Canada

Thank you!

HuffPost Canada Celebrates Anniversary With 50 Contributors

Huffington Post Canada | Posted 05.27.2016 | Canada

Five years of amazing bloggers, newsmakers and influencers.

Reflections And Gratitude On HuffPost Canada's Fifth Anniversary

Kenny Yum | Posted 05.25.2017 | Canada
Kenny Yum

We're proud to be the first global voice as the HuffPost brand has spread around the world. There are now 15 international editions and when I meet with my colleagues worldwide, I feel like Canada was a natural starting point for the international story.

Do Albertans Believe Violent Threats Against Notley Are OK?

Terezia Farkas | Posted 12.17.2016 | Canada Alberta
Terezia Farkas

An assassination threat is a serious call to action and the owner must be held accountable. For days, hateful and vulgar comments about assassinating Rachel Notley were on Wildrose leader Brian Jean's Facebook page. This goes beyond letting off steam over Bill 6.

Alberta's Bill 6 Is About Having A Safer Workplace

Terezia Farkas | Posted 12.08.2016 | Canada Alberta
Terezia Farkas

Bill 6 gives workers access to workers compensation benefits if injured on the job. Other Alberta occupations involving heavy physical labour require WCB -- from construction to the oil companies. The right to refuse unsafe work is a common sense approach to a situation where a person might be maimed for life or worse, dead.

Why We Want To Host The Leaders' Debate

Kenny Yum | Posted 05.20.2016 | Canada Politics
Kenny Yum

We couldn't agree more that the federal election debates need a refresher. So last week HuffPost Canada and Twitter Canada, along with Samara Canada, submitted a proposal to the federal parties that invited them to a debate worthy of a connected and social age.

How New Media Is Changing Ottawa

CP | Jennifer Ditchburn, The Canadian Press | Posted 03.14.2015 | Canada Business

OTTAWA - A slightly fuzzy, zoomed-in screen grab from question period took a brewing controversy for Environment Minister Leona Aglukkaq, and crystall...

Happy 3rd Birthday HuffPost Canada!

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 05.27.2014 | Canada

Happy birthday Huffington Post Canada! This week, Canada’s online newspaper turns three. It’s been three short, amazing years. And we’d like...

How To Stay Sane When Someone You Love Is Depressed

Terezia Farkas | Posted 06.08.2014 | Canada Living
Terezia Farkas

Encourage your loved one to get professional help and be ready to go with him/her to any appointments.In recent years cognitive behaviour therapy is available via Skype. Ask if you can participate as part of a family therapy session. Be willing to adopt any changes that are suggested and make a genuine effort at making it work.


CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 03.27.2014 | Canada Travel

HALIFAX - Nova Scotia RCMP say a woman is facing charges after they say someone became disruptive in an airport terminal and assaulted a police office...

Huffington Asks Canadians 'What Is A Good Life?'

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 01.23.2014 | Canada Living

Somewhere between the dialogues of Ancient Greece and today’s hyper-connected age, we have defined success the wrong way, says Arianna Huffington, c...

Ali's Had a Cough Since 2006

Dr. Raghu Venugopal | Posted 06.24.2013 | Canada Impact
Dr. Raghu Venugopal

Ali is 36 years old and has been coughing for a long time. He has been coughing since at least 2006. I was called because it was suspected that Ali had multi-drug resistant tuberculosis. Médecins Sans Frontières is working with the Chadian Ministry of Health to aid patients like Ali.

Star Power: What This 29-Year-Old Army Vet Would Do to Stop Violence

Craig and Marc Kielburger | Posted 06.04.2013 | Canada Impact
Craig and Marc Kielburger

U.S. Army infantryman J.R. Martinez was only 19 when he was deployed to Iraq, in 2003. Less than a month into his tour of duty with the elite 101st Airborne, his Humvee hit a roadside bomb. The vehicle was thrown into the air, ejecting three other soldiers. Martinez, trapped inside, was engulfed in flames. The skin on his face, arms and hands burned away.

Star Power: Liz Murray's Journey From Homeless to Harvard

Craig and Marc Kielburger | Posted 05.22.2013 | Canada
Craig and Marc Kielburger

Liz Murray's childhood was bleak. Her drug-addicted parents kept a ready-supply of heroin in their family home in the Bronx -- but no food. At 15, Murray's mother died of complications from HIV/AIDS and her terminally ill father moved to a shelter, leaving her homeless. She and her sister ate from dumpsters and rode the subways at night, imagining a better life.

Free the Children Ambassador Demi Lovato Gives Back [VIDEO]

Craig and Marc Kielburger | Posted 05.05.2013 | Canada Impact
Craig and Marc Kielburger

Even before she was bullied, before she became a role model for victims of schoolyard tormentors and those struggling with mental illness, songstress Demi Lovato knew she wanted to give back. Now, at 20, as an official Ambassador for We Day and Free The Children, Lovato has been busy making a difference. Watch and find out what helping others means to Demi Lovato.

Liberal Hopeful Pitches Substance Over Celebrity

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 02.28.2013 | Canada Politics

Martha Hall Findlay believes that lessons from an ‘80s Liberal icon may help the once-mighty party win big again. And no, she isn’t talking about ...

ChangeMaker: Justice Murray Sinclair: An Aboriginal Judge With a Calling

Craig and Marc Kielburger | Posted 03.30.2013 | Canada Impact
Craig and Marc Kielburger

Honourable Justice Murray Sinclair became Manitoba's first Aboriginal Judge. Later Justice Sinclair was appointed co-commissioner of Manitoba's Aboriginal Justice Inquiry. Today, as Chair of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada, he is building a lasting and meaningful legacy for every Canadian.

Behind the Headlines: Should Armstrong's Charity Suffer For His Sins?

Craig and Marc Kielburger | Posted 03.18.2013 | Canada Impact
Craig and Marc Kielburger

The trouble with Lance Armstrong's fall from grace is that he wasn't just a sports hero; he was a self-styled symbol of hope. Which is why we're all left wondering: does his doping confession negate his charitable work? Candidly, we're conflicted. Some of the onus for Armstrong's fall lies on our cultural tendency to elevate celebrities and sports idols to too-good-to-be-true status, then crucify them in the court of public opinion at their every transgression.

HuffPost Canada Style Turns 1: Check Out Our Favourite Stories

The Huffington Post Canada | Sarah Kelsey | Posted 03.11.2013 | Canada Style

What a year it's been! It seems like yesterday that we, the team behind The Huffington Post Canada Style, separated from our sister site HuffPost C...

What's Really Killing Print Journalism

Jim Harris | Posted 12.23.2012 | Canada Business
Jim Harris

Print journalism is changing fundamentally. Three dramatic events last week make the point: On October 18, Newsweek magazine announced it will become a digital only publication in 2013, ending 80 years in print. Newspapers have failed, so far, to acquire the skill sets required for print journalism in the 21st century.

HuffPost Canada Rocks COPA Awards!

Danielle Crittenden Frum | Posted 12.23.2012 | Canada
Danielle Crittenden Frum

Last night I stood in the kind of hip club space I haven't visited since my 20s, jammed with nominees for the annual Canadian Online Publishing Awards. That spirit of course imbues our own upstart site here at HuffPost Canada, which was nominated for no fewer than eight awards. You can imagine how proud I was, as the former Managing Editor of Blogs here, to see our talented writers walk away with both the Gold and Silver awards for Best Blog in the daily and weekly newspapers, and broadcasters category.