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We're deep enough into the current generation of consoles that developers are focused more on building worlds than figuring out the tech, resulting in some great games.
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The year's only saving grace.
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If you're like most people (myself included), you probably have areas for improvement, or opportunities for growth you could tackle. A year end review helps you identify the ones that are most important to you. The key to an effective review is asking yourself specific questions and being brutally honest in your answers.
Betty White was trending on Twitter and it freaked everyone out.
Yup, KFC "finger lickin' good" nail polish was totally a thing this year.
The new year will bring a clearer sense of direction in both substance and style as preparations begin in earnest for the next election cycle.
Bad news: the numbers still aren't good enough.
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Take a quick spin through the year that was.
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.
The variety of titles that came out, be they all-new original works or long-running franchise plays, finally began fulfilling the promise of our new consoles. It was a very good year, and here are 15 of the best games that come out in 2015.
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A year provides ample opportunity for political pratfalls. And a federal election adds to the pile.
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It's the end of the year and, once again, we at the Canadian Federation of Humane Societies are asking: are things getting better or worse for animals in Canada? We've had some significant forward movement -- a number of important new laws and policies were introduced this year that will make a huge difference in the years to come.
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From DSquared2's 'DSquaw' to Zendaya's dreadlocks, 2015 was chalk-full of nonsense and controversies.
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2015 was the year that Canada took over the music world and pop became the new alternative.
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Seriously, it was a good year for Drake.
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I like to conduct year-end reviews of myself. I review my intentions from the previous year. Where did I move forward? Where did I not? Where must I course correct to steer my life and business in my intended direction? I ask myself what I truly want for the upcoming year and I determine my plan of action.
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Before you ask someone to "Netflix and chill," make sure you know what it means.
It's a mixed bag this year.
Fantastic displays of fireworks illuminated night skies early Thursday as cities around the world celebrated the arrival of 2015. Sydney’s pyrotechnic spectacle was broadcast to a billion people while...
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It's been an active year for real estate in Canada. Huffington Post Canada profiled some incredible properties this year. From a ski-in/ski-out home in Whistler, to a sprawling ranch outside Calgary,...
It might get harder to find them as you get older, but that actually makes discovering new bands even more special. So please meet Operators, the best new band of 2014. Admittedly, the trio's primary...
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Stuck for what to do on New Year's Eve? We have you covered. There are lots of things you can do to send off 2014. You could go out for a nice dinner, maybe watch the countdown to 2015 live from Times...
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Canadian politics provided us with plenty of theatre in 2014. The federal government undertook a mission into Iraq, the abortion debate reared its head once more, and polls indicated that Prime Minist...
What a year: 2014 is almost over and as it comes to a close, it's natural to think back on the year that was. But instead of just looking at the big stories that made an impact on the news, we though...
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2014 was a year of strife in British Columbia, particularly with the prolonged labour dispute between the provincial government and public school teachers, and growing opposition against pipeline proj...
Pop star Katy Perry takes the top spot among the stars of social media for the year to date. In a ranking taking into account stars' buzz and followers across 12 social networks, including Facebook,...
Canadian real estate is out of reach for buyers in some cities. The solution? Build smaller. That's how a number of developers are tackling the problem, turning to "micro-condos" in order to help pros...