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Take a quick spin through the year that was.
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Learning a lesson isn't always a straightforward endeavour. I'm talking about the slow-burners -- the Groundhog Day lessons we encounter over and over that take years (or a lifetime) to fully get and integrate into the core of our being.
"It was such an opportunity that we weren't able to grasp."
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It's been quite a year, Canada.
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These solutions won't break the bank either.
HuffPost Canada bloggers bring unique and thoughtful perspectives to the events that shape our world, adding an important depth to the online discussion. So to toast the end of another year, we look back at some of the most notable blogs we published in 2015.
Looking at the traffic numbers to HuffPost Canada's business and finance coverage, it’s clear readers know what stories matter to them: The unemployment rate, inflation, the value of the loonie are al...
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All in all, these weight loss winners lost a combined total of 2,242 pounds.
From the "orange surge" to the Tory exodus.
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In tough times, we support each other.
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"You are home. Welcome home."
"Everyone’s been really excited to make things happen."
Invision for the Television Academy
A year provides ample opportunity for political pratfalls. And a federal election adds to the pile.
2015 was far from the year of breakups.
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And once again, Harry came out on top.
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The moments that reminded us slowly — but surely — this industry is moving in the right direction.
From Lupita Nyong'o to Jessica Chastain, there was no shortage of stunning ensembles on the red carpets this year.
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Was anyone safe from this year's breakup bug?
The top hits from 2015 in less than four minutes from this sweet-sounding couple.
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It was a year to make old guard companies shudder.
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"I want to see us grow. I want to see us expand our reach."
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Find out which names took the top spots this year.
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A little boy's death brought the conflict home.
Apparently, a literary trend has been influencing new parents.
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Remember that time a house sold for millions over asking in a few hours? Yeah.
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It had its ups and downs, but it was a good year, "because it's 2015."
From full-frontal nudity to Fashion Santa, menswear in 2015 was anything but boring.