A Leader Looks Back
Former Prime Minister Jean Chrtien on advising Justin Trudeau, tiring of Trump and telling his tales
25 Ways Salt Is Making You Sick
25 Ways Salt Is Making You Sick
Taming The 'What Ifs'
We may not be able to run away from our worries, but how do we keep them from running our lives? In a bid to manage the agonizing, we asked a handful of experts for tips on how to get a grip.
So You're Going Through Menopause
How to talk about the physical and emotional changes with the people who matter, from your partner to your doctor to your trainer.
Wheels Of Change
Marc Hull-Jacquin helps families facing domestic violence move out and move on.
What's Wrong With Me?
THE PATIENT: Arthur*, a 64-year-old retired accountant.
Two Sisters ,Two Cancers ,Two Very Different Treatments
ONE SUNNY SATURDAY morning two years ago, my phone rang as I was walking out to my garden with my coffee and paper. It was my big sister, Karen, from California. “You’re not going to believe this,” she said. “I’ve just found out I have breast cancer.”
In the age of misinformation, evaluating sources and getting reliable journalism is more important than ever.
Having A Laugh
The Baroness von Sketch Show’s Jennifer Whalen on women in comedy, dresses with pockets and taking on edgy material.
Ray Bradbury recalls his family’s zeal for Halloween.
The Waiting Game
What I was really doing when I texted, “Be there in five!”
Welcome To Keno City!
A tiny gold–rush relic 470 kilometres from Whitehorse has 20 residents, two bars and a pizza joint. It’s also the site of one of the territory’s most passionate feuds.
Time to Heal
Retired paramedic Lisa Jennings advocates for first responders with mental-health injuries.
How to prevent and treat those pesky piles.
Talk The Talk
Keep your emotions in check Think like a negotiator Read body language Avoid snap judgments Really listen.
The Great Canadian Baking Show host Dan Levy on oven drama, queer characters and working with his dad.
6 Lifestyle Factors That Increase Your Risk Of Osteoporosis
You Don’t Move Enough “Bone is a living tissue,” says Gareth Sneath, a physiotherapist with the Orthopaedic Therapy Clinic in Toronto.
Celebrate Your Difference
How to turn prejudice into pride.
13 Things You Should Know About Food Poisoning
1 It’s impossible to tell whether beef is ready by looking at it.
Woman Of Influence
Activist and feminist Judy Rebick on childhood abuse, her personal #MeToo and where the women’s movement goes next
The Importance Of Iron
Tracing the connection between the mineral and our well-being
Our top picks in TV, books and movies
If the thought of an organism living off your body makes your skin crawl, relax: most of the time you won’t even notice them (and if you do, treatment is quick and easy)
Jim Lowther pairs members of the military with guitars to combat PTSD
Hydrated And Healthy
The benefits of drinking enough water
Get Smart! - 13 Things Dentists Want You To Know
You only need to floss the teeth you plan to keep! Patients who don’t floss are missing out on cleaning over a third of the surface of their pearly whites.
What makes Canadians so hilarious? Is it our wit, our warmth or our wisdom? We searched far and wide for the answer—check out this collection of wisecracks and judge for yourself.
Coping with negative feedback means knowing which words to learn from, and which to ignore
A Cabin In The Wild
When enthusiasm for home improvements is trumped by opinionated birds and the force of nature
Thank You So Much For Caring
After the death of his wife, a young widower writes an open letter to her medical team