14 Cups Of Tea From Around The World

The Huffington Post Canada | Joy D'Souza | Posted 02.17.2015 | Canada Living

Tea is the second most popular beverage in the world (coming right after water), and arguably the most versatile. Whether you're looking to warm u...

Why Victoria's Public Market Is a Find for Foodies

Adrian Brijbassi | Posted 03.10.2015 | Canada Living
Adrian Brijbassi

Olimpia Cisneros is one of those entrepreneurs who you root for -- and she makes it easy to do so because her product is exceptionally good. Cisneros ...

Don't Miss Vancouver's Tea Festival

The Huffington Post B.C. | Sara Harowitz | Posted 10.29.2013 | Canada British Columbia

Whether you're a full-blown tea connoisseur or an apprehensive but curious leaf newbie, you won't want to miss the Vancouver Tea Festival, taking plac...

A Festival Of.. Tea?

The Huffington Post B.C. | Posted 10.25.2013 | Canada British Columbia

Celebrating all things tea, the inaugural Vancouver Tea Festival is taking place in the city's Olympic Village on Saturday, Nov. 2. There will be d...

Tea Etiquette 101: Drinking Tea 'the Proper Way'

Karen Cleveland | Posted 06.24.2013 | Canada Living
Karen Cleveland

How could adding boiling water to leaves get so complicated? Pinkies up or down? Conventions abound when it comes to tea service, but it need not be fussy. In fact, some of the traditions actually have interesting roots.

Some of What I've Learned in the Last Year

Natasha Koifman | Posted 01.16.2013 | Canada Living
Natasha Koifman

It's already November. Soon, we'll all begin looking forward to a new year, forming new hopes and goals around our calendar year. But, it's also a time to reflect on what we accomplished, to bank those new learnings and embrace the person we've become in 2012. Here are some of the things that I learned in 2012 and that I'll carry forward to the next year.

Shad Vallery 2012 - Not Just for Nerdy Kids

Sarena Dharshi | Posted 12.09.2012 | Canada Alberta
Sarena Dharshi

Every July, around 10 Canadian universities scattered across the country play host to 500 students from all provinces/territories and even internationally. Although the program is for open-minded high school students who are not afraid to delve into any subject and become challenged or inspired in ways they never thought possible in one month, I hope to break the stereotype that this is "nerd camp". My program consisted of 56 total Shads and we lived in residence at the university.

Which Security Software Should You Use?

Kevin Lloyd | Posted 11.13.2012 | Canada Alberta
Kevin Lloyd

I get asked this question a lot, and it's a question I love to be asked. I have spent the last ten years trying out just about every security software product available. I have come to the conclusion that you get what you pay for, and not all software is created equal.

Is Tea the New Coffee?

Beverley Golden | Posted 10.31.2011 | Canada Living
Beverley Golden

In many ways, tea is the direct opposite of coffee. Coffee is often linked to hectic schedules and energy rushes in the midst of stress-filled days. Tea is associated with comfort, slowing down the pace and with tradition and ritual. Coffee stimulates. Tea calms.