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WATCH: The Dark Side Of Nail Salons

The Huffington Post Canada | Julia Brucculieri | Posted 05.11.2015 | Canada Style

The price of nice nails may not be what you expect.

Young Boys Share Stories About Growing Up Black

The Huffington Post Canada | Joy D'Souza | Posted 05.08.2015 | Canada Living

It's 2015, and racism is far from eradicated. In the short but powerful documentary above from the New York Times, a group of boys between the ages...

These Psychiatrists Dare to Set the Record Straight on Mental Illness

Susan Inman | Posted 04.21.2015 | Canada Living
Susan Inman

Two recent books by high profile psychiatrists provide readers with background knowledge that is essential in shaping our own responses to one of the biggest social problems of our times: severe mental illnesses. Now that psychiatrists are increasingly willing to enter into the messy public arena, it's up to the public to see what we can do with the information they are providing.

Facebook Deal With New York Times: A Power Shift In The News Biz

CBC | Posted 03.27.2015 | Canada Business

The Old Grey Lady of newspapers is reportedly partnering with a brash newcomer in the publishing game — Facebook. In a scoop about itself this we...

Last Week the World of Journalism Suffered Many Losses

Jon Packer | Posted 04.17.2015 | Canada Business
Jon Packer

I sit on the periphery of journalism. A PR guy who needs journalists for business purposes and appreciates a good read, too. So I have been struck that this week the biggest news stories have been, well, about news.

The New York Times Really, Really Likes Squamish, B.C.

CBC | Posted 03.14.2015 | Canada British Columbia

The main fuel stop on the Sea to Sky Highway between Whistler, B.C., and Vancouver is getting international attention as a place to do more than get g...

Gaslight Anthem Singer On Dangers of Drugs And Doctors When In Crisis

HuffPost Canada Music | Colton Eddy | Posted 09.04.2014 | Canada Music

When The Gaslight Anthem's last album "Handwritten" was released, the New York Times crowned vocalist-guitarist Brian Fallon "the true heir to Springs...

What Meditation Can Teach the World

Christine E. Laprade | Posted 09.20.2014 | Canada Living
Christine E. Laprade

Meditation might just offer what the world needs, if only human beings could be gifted with a modicum of mindfulness. And mindfulness is, if you ask me, widely, appallingly underestimated. Not to be confused with self-awareness!

Biased Coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Is Not Journalism

Davide Mastracci | Posted 09.19.2014 | Canada
Davide Mastracci

George Orwell stated, "Journalism is printing what someone else does not want printed. Anything else is public relations." Unfortunately, most North American journalists have acted as PR reps for Israel's ongoing invasion in a variety of ways, some subtle, others explicit.

WATCH: This Is How 'Animal Whispering' Works

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 07.14.2014 | Canada Living

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The Media Needs To Change Their Message About Women in Business

Leah Eichler | Posted 08.23.2014 | Canada Living
Leah Eichler

To give women more opportunities, Invest in Muslim Women funds training centres in India and Pakistan, giving women marketable skills in industries such as fashion. After a training session, the average woman's salary in India jumps from $12 a month to $60 -- a five-fold return that has the added benefit of raising her status in the family as well as in the community.

I Don't Need the New York Times to Tell Me What to Read

Ilia Blinderman | Posted 04.29.2014 | Canada Living
Ilia Blinderman

Recently, the Times' laudably levelheaded public editor wrote about the "Recommended" section's growing real estate. Readers had, according to Sullivan, complained about the move's impinging on their privacy; some noted that they were sufficiently competent to choose the articles they read on their own; others did not want their reading preferences monetized.

I Ran 250 Marathons in one Year. This is What my Body Looked Like Afterwards

Martin Parnell | Posted 03.29.2014 | Canada Alberta
Martin Parnell

An ultra-marathon is a foot race longer than the standard 42.2km marathon distance. The reason why I was so interested in the findings of this study is because I have run a few ultras during my running career...

Why We Need to Break the Silence on Eating Disorders

Andrew Boozary | Posted 02.22.2014 | Canada Living
Andrew Boozary

Are we doing enough about an illness that is silently eating away at both a mother and daughter? Twenty years ago, People Magazine headlined one of their covers with, "Princess Di: Struggle with Bulimia Brings a Puzzling Disease Out of the Shadows." Eating disorders still remain a private battle for millions of young women, and the faces of those affected are changing. We'd be downright wrong to frame it as a "rich, white girl's disease." How do you capture the cost of subjecting millions of women to calorie counting or religious scale stepping?

Ford's 'Rampage' Is Front Page News For NYTimes

Huffington Post Canada | Posted 11.19.2013 | Canada Politics

As the Rob Ford scandal escalated from allegations of crack use to police surveillance to crack confirmation and beyond, The New York Times has been w...

Millennial Life is Not Like Retirement

Jaime Morrison | Posted 01.23.2014 | Canada Living
Jaime Morrison

Millennials face these "trappings of success" and we aren't making six figures. We live in a world where our parents, teachers, and professors of the c-suite generation still hold us to these traditional measures of success. Today post-secondary students are graduating with more than $26,000 in debt, on average. This is a far cry from the rosier prospects that those in the Baby Boom generation saw when they were in their 20s.

Could the Cable T.V. Model Save Online News?

David Martin | Posted 12.27.2013 | Canada Business
David Martin

The newspaper industry has yet to come to terms with the Internet. With decreasing circulation figures and declining ad revenues, daily papers haven't figured out how to turn a profit from their online readership. There have been numerous attempts at getting online users to pay, few of which have worked.

Why Medicine Needs the Humanities More Than Ever

Andrew Boozary | Posted 01.23.2014 | Canada Living
Andrew Boozary

The sciences continue to offer boundless promise for the profession and the sick. It's the humanities that will beg how we get there. In medicine, we are certainly privileged with "front row-seats on life" -- the worry is being glued to an iPhone amidst all that meaning.

SavvyMom Roundup: the Jolie Gene, the Busy Trap and More

Minnow Hamilton | Posted 08.05.2013 | Canada Living
Minnow Hamilton

It was another busy week. We announced our top 75 Most Influential Canadian Mom Blogs, parents were fighting on the sidelines and everyone's talking a...

Seven Reasons to Explore Budget-Friendly Glasgow

Tanya Enberg | Posted 07.26.2013 | Canada Travel
Tanya Enberg

You'll find a fantastic mix of spectacular beauty and gritty urban appeal in Glasgow, Scotland. Meanwhile, the New York Times ranked this laid-back city as the 12th best place to visit in 2012. Here are seven reasons why I love exploring Glasgow and you will too.

How Internet Trolls Make the Boston Tragedy Worse

Jennifer Pellegrini | Posted 06.17.2013 | Canada
Jennifer Pellegrini

I couldn't help but wonder what kind of individual downloads a photo of a cute little girl running a race, then, with the full knowledge that what they're doing is fraud, fobs it off as the victim of a heinous attack? Was it not tragic enough that we knew three people had died, dozens were seriously injured and thousands profoundly affected? It made me angry.

Meet the New Strain of Flu: H7N9

Jason Tetro | Posted 06.14.2013 | Canada Living
Jason Tetro

2012-05-28-GermGuyBanner.jpgMuch like any new offering from Stephen King, which requires time to determine its place in his legacy, the new H7N9 flu requires more than just a few weeks to determine its place in the historical records of infectious disease.

Watching the Watchdog: Some Things I Don't Understand

Tim Knight | Posted 06.12.2013 | Canada
Tim Knight

Tim Knight writes the regular media column, Watching the Watchdog, for HuffPost Canada. Some things I don't understand: What happened to that absolu...

SavvyMom Roundup: Margaret Thatcher According to Russell Brand, and more

Minnow Hamilton | Posted 06.11.2013 | Canada Living
Minnow Hamilton

Hockey Parents, judging parents, Downton Abbey withdrawal, energy shots and Margaret Thatcher all caught my attention this week. 1. This is a classi...

Watching the Watchdog: Will This Man Bring Quality to Online Journalism?

Tim Knight | Posted 06.01.2013 | Canada
Tim Knight

He's young, lean, handsome, well over six feet tall, has dark, curly hair, a smile that makes women go weak at the knees, wants to build a better world and is the son of a famous Liberal Party leader. No, he's not the one you're thinking of. Instead of trying to become the next prime minister of Canada, this one's trying something even tougher.