In recent years Canadians have become more and more averse to rest. A recent global study conducted by Insurance company Aviva suggests that nearly a third of Canadians feel as though they don't get e...
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Take note of these celebrities who are creating a discourse around gender.
The three-time UFC champion shares how he found the self-confidence needed to deal with bullies.
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Body-positive activist Jessamyn Stanley on her journey to self-acceptance.
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The Canadian tennis player makes tough choices on who'd have his back on the court.
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Ever wonder what "donnybrook" or "mixed a batch" means? Nathan Dales and Michelle Mylett of Letterkenny help us understand the show's hilarious slang. Season 3 of Letterkenny premieres July 1st on CraveTV.
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My friends in Calgary and Edmonton were excelling in all areas of their life. I woke up one day and asked myself, "Why not me?"
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It started in New Brunswick in 2005.
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Coming out to your parents as LGBTQ is a deeply personal experience. And when you're the child of an immigrant, there can be layers of cultural complexity that families have to navigate. Some first-generation parents are accepting, while others don't understand and make it difficult for their queer children to just be themselves.
As part of our Born And Raised series, these second-generation Canadians share what it was like for them to come out to their loved ones. Watch the video to learn about their experiences, and how it's changed their relationships with their families.
June is Pride month, and multitudes of rainbow flags can be found flying in cities around the world as LGBTQ communities celebrate their history, love, triumphs and revolutions. What do the colours of the flag mean? Watch this video on the history of the iconic symbol and its significance as the fight for safety and equal human rights for LGBTQ people continues globally.