A few questions with Halifax artist Élana Camille Saimovici
Why can’t it be you? The driving force behind success
SUCCESS = career + money ... or does it?
Should I stay or should I go? A look at graduate retention
A conversation with Canadian Armed Forces veteran and health ...
Generational value gaps shifting as individualist thinking warps view ...
Success: Two women. Two lives. One take.
Five questions, 10 answers: let's make prejudice, inequality history
Money. Happiness. Family. How do we define success?
HEATHER HUYBREGTS: Older, wiser, sleepier - A look back at the evolution of a relationship
New Kit Kat ditches refined sugar, uses leftover cocoa pulp instead
Fargo will not return to Calgary for fourth season, production will move to Chicago
CHRIS KNIGHT: The Art of Self-Defense gets dark comedy right thanks to Jesse Eisenberg's performance
LISA MARTIN: The lasting joy of reading-reading-reading with children
CALUM MARSH: Amidst a battle between fads and tradition, finding success in the ice cream business is about quality — plain and simple
The best ice cream in Toronto probably wouldn’t have survived if it wasn’t for a fudge recipe. Ed Francis’s mother’s fudge wasn’t the cheap stuff you make with icing sugar. It was real stovetop fudge, the kind you need ...
The little show that did: Schitt's Creek star shocked by Emmy noms 'rolling in'
Eugene Levy described Schitt’s Creek as “the little show that could” to the Toronto Star — and it was the little show that did . The Canadian comedy series, with a small American cult following, caught the attention of the ...
CHRIS KNIGHT: Disney's new live-action Lion King prompts one mane question: Why?
It may be the king of the jungle and the apex predator of Disney’s 1990s animation renaissance, but The Lion King can’t catch a break. If the tech boffins behind this new “live-action” (actually computer-generated) remake ...
Un-BEE-lievable: A Canadian investigation found a lot of tainted honey being imported into the country
Fake honey — often diluted with various syrups (e.g. beet, corn and rice) for economic gain — looks just like the real deal. Unfortunately for consumers, if you can’t see the fraud, the more likely a particular food is to be ...
When I think of muffins I think of those big, moist mouthfuls of sweetness, full of fruits and nuts, cinnamon, nutmeg – you name it. But lately, I’ve had a hankering for muffins that still have that lush, full-bodied mouth-feel, but on ...
TRISTAN HOPPER: Why diamonds cost way more than they’re worth
In this episode of Everything Should Be Better , Tristin Hopper explains how a company convinced the world to spend two month’s salary on a diamond engagement ring. Watch the video, or read the transcript below. Let’s review some ...
Celebrating National Hot Dog Day
Meet the Queen of Wien: Janet Riley, former president of the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council, now v-p of communications at Maple Leaf – and someone whose admonishment of a spectator who threw a hot dog at golf star Tiger Woods a few years ...
Science of summer: Monarchs come roaring back — for now
Monarch butterfly numbers are looking strong for the second year in a row after many years of overall decline. But these are complicated little animals, and it is too early to break out the champagne. First, the good news. There’s an ...
SCOTT LEAR; How to exercise in the summer without heat exhaustion
With a kilometre to go, triathlete Sarah True was pulled from the 2019 Ironman European Championship in Frankfurt, Germany, due to heat exhaustion. She was in the lead by seven minutes after having swum, biked and run nearly 225 kilometres. The ...
2019 Polaris Prize: Haisla rappers Snotty Nose Rez Kids among those on short list
Ten artists have been shortlisted for the 2019 Polaris Prize, representing one of the most diverse selections in the prize’s 13-year history and an even split between male and female artists. Genres range from rap to electronic, noise rock to ...