You're not with each other physically, but the family can still come together.
Associate Editor, HuffPost Canada
Connor is a writer, cultural critic and an associate editor at HuffPost Canada. His writing on arts and culture has appeared in BuzzFeed, VICE, Canadian Art, Vanity Fair, and FASHION Magazine, among other places. He's chronically bad at writing bios. You can find him on Twitter at @nopecon.
It's an additional measure that you can take to protect others around you.
04/06/2020 19:00 EDT
Their entertainment is important, but so is your health.
04/06/2020 12:55 EDT
You can thank them later.
03/30/2020 18:59 EDT
"I love and miss my beautiful family and friends."
03/30/2020 13:39 EDT
The internet provides (and no, we don't mean screen time).
03/27/2020 20:37 EDT
Baking can be a great form of self-care.
03/27/2020 11:03 EDT
In the space of a week, Club Quarantine has become an essential distraction from the loneliness of social distancing.
03/20/2020 19:03 EDT
Her music is bringing people together amid their social distancing loneliness.
03/19/2020 15:41 EDT
In the "time of coronavirus," should you be screening your dates?
03/13/2020 14:38 EDT
Plus, some other, research-backed ways to keep calm and carry on.
03/12/2020 23:30 EDT
And for younger generations, the effects of gender stereotyping are even worse.
03/06/2020 15:19 EST
The internet can't decipher her reaction.
03/05/2020 13:45 EST
Lauren Speed was surprised when other Black women supported her interracial relationship.
02/28/2020 16:30 EST
When your royal duties are ending, why not become a one-hit wonder?
02/28/2020 12:36 EST
Research continues to reveal the downsides to consuming dairy.
02/27/2020 15:01 EST
The winter brings long nights and darker moods.
02/21/2020 19:06 EST
His parents started preparing him a long time ago.
02/21/2020 13:39 EST
Life might be like a box of chocolates, but your gifts don't need to be.
02/07/2020 16:32 EST
"Dumb and Dumber," but make it British.
02/07/2020 13:10 EST
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