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Vicki Hogarth

Associate Editor,

Vicki Hogarth is the Associate Editor at <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> in Toronto and contributes to such notable publications as <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a>, <em>Reader's Digest</em> and <em>enRoute Magazine</em>. She has a Master's degree in English literature from McGill and is currently working on her first book. Follow her on Twitter @vicki_hogarth.
Rob Ford's Rehab Sugarcoats

Rob Ford's Rehab Sugarcoats Reality

If you're middle or lower class in Canada -- the very group of people Rob Ford has always professed to represent -- you can't just go to rehab when you want to go. If you can't afford private treatment, you have to get in line. You will likely spend months before your name makes it to the top of the list, and hopefully when your turn arrives you'll still be willing to go and will still be alive. I ended up getting fast-tracked to my government rehab after I overdosed while on the wait list. It's easy to give up when the pain is unbearable, even when help is just weeks away.
05/01/2014 04:47 EDT
How to (Legally) Stalk Celebs at

How to (Legally) Stalk Celebs at TIFF

<img alt="2013-08-12-blog_spotlight_on_tiff_v01.jpg" src="" width="300" height="70" /> I've watched enough rabid fans make terrible stalking mistakes only to be shut down by security to know exactly how I would track down my favourite celebs if one day I were to lose my press credentials (knock on wood). So you want to meet famous people, too? Forget the TIFF 2013 premiere schedule; you've got much smarter stalking to do.
09/04/2013 12:23 EDT
The Return of the

The Return of the Supermodel

The digital age is bringing back the supermodel one tweet, status update and Instagram photo at a time. In an era where Hollywood stars had supposedly stomped out the supermodel, a handful of girls have still risen to the ranks of superstars. Kate Upton, Coco Rocha, and Cara Delevingne are forcing the spotlight back on supermodels through pure charisma and savvy.
07/09/2013 08:45 EDT