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Warts And All

How to get rid of these unsightly skin growths

2 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
June 2018

Safety Measures

Vancouver community advocate Sarah Blyth is helping to curb drug-related deaths

3 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
June 2018

Master Chef

How Jean Paré, author of the Company’s Coming books, taught our country to cook

5 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
June 2018

Battling The Tick Boom

Due to our changing climate, the parasites are on the rise in Canada—and you no longer need to be in the wilderness to risk getting bitten. Here’s what you should know about taking on the disease-carrying critters.

8 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
June 2018

Royal Watching

Historian Carolyn Harris on Prince Harry’s wedding, the Queen on TV and the family’s changing attitudes

2 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
June 2018

Safety Measures

Vancouver community advocate Sarah Blyth is helping to curb drug-related deaths

3 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
June 2018

Giving Lifts

Retired trucker Margaret Foster Hyde pairs long-haul drivers with dogs in need of a ride.

3 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
May 2018

Stalked By A Polar Bear!

After crash landing in the frigid waters of the Davis Strait, Russian helicopter pilot Sergey Ananov must battle severe hypothermia, crushing fear and one very persistent predator.

9 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
May 2018

Me, My Mom & Sears

For Megan Murphy, mourning the end of the famed department store is about much more than nostalgia for sensible slacks and sales ladies with perms.

5 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
May 2018

Planting the Seed

New at the gardening game? Held back by memories of failed veggie patches past? Author and organic gardening teacher Emily Murphy weighs in on what you’ll need to turn your black thumb green.

3 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
May 2018

Ramadan Revisited

After I moved away from my family, observing the Islamic month of fasting became painfully lonely— until I found a new community that made it feel like home again.

7 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
May 2018

Caring For Comet

When her husband leaves for a three-month expedition through northern British Columbia, Donna Kane must stay behind to nurse an injured gelding. What she learns during quiet moments with the horse transforms them both.

10+ mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
May 2018

The Ocean's Unexpected Heroes

Humpback whales are known to put themselves in danger to save the life of another species. Is it animal altruism, or is something else at work?

9 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
May 2018

Cultivating Confidence

How to overcome betrayal and rebuild trust.

6 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
May 2018

50 Secrets Hospitals Don't Tell You

What patients need to know for their own well-being.

10 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
May 2018

Strongest Together

Come From Away creators Irene Sankoff and David Hein on their hit musical, telling an iconic story of hope and becoming honorary Newfoundlanders.

3 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
May 2018

Foot Pain Explained

How to avoid shoe related problems.

2 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
May 2018

13 Things You Should Know About Planning A Wedding

13 Things You Should Know About Planning A Wedding

2 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
May 2018

Screen Test

After being diagnosed with breast cancer in the same week, two Ottawa sisters are raising money for state of-the-art equipment that will help women like them.

3 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
January/February 2018

My Address Book

The time-worn log on the table in my front hall may not be as convenient as a smartphone, but its history can’t be deleted.

3 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
January/February 2018

Modern Motherhood

Workin’ Moms creator Catherine Reitman on being imperfect, tackling controversial topics and focusing more on dads.

2 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
January/February 2018

Wants You To Know

Wants You To Know

2 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
March 2018

Senior Advisor

Nonagenarian author Harry Leslie Smith on his second career as a political activist, protecting universal health care and caring for refugees

2 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
March 2018

How To Banish The Winter Blues

If you suffer from seasonal affective disorder—or if the darker, colder months just get you down—there are many ways to brighten your mood.

7 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
January/February 2018

In Tick-Tock Shape

In Tick-Tock Shape

2 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
March 2018

Work Perks

Check out these exceptional employee benefits!

3 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
January/February 2018

World Of Medicine

World Of Medicine

1 min read
Reader's Digest Canada
March 2018

What's Wrong With Me?

THE PATIENT: Robert, 67, a veterinarian

3 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
January/February 2018

That's Outrageous!

PECULIAR PRODUCE

1 min read
Reader's Digest Canada
March 2018

What Your Dog Is Really Thinking

Reading a pup’s body language requires experience and expert guidance. Zazie Todd, a dog trainer and founder of the blog Companion Animal Psychology, weighs in on how to decode Fido’s behaviour.

2 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
March 2018