Whether you are giving a gift to someone or just treating yourself, here are five candles that don’t merely smell delightful, but also look the part.
Here, we’ve assembled five of our favourite art exhibitions held across Canada—classic and contemporary, beautiful and necessary—in 2019, and two exhibitions still on view into the new year.
Leila Getz is one of the best-known names in the classical music scene in Canada, and her goal as head of the Vancouver Recital Society for the last 40 years has been to elevate the young and talented.
Canadian duo Julia Jamrozik and Coryn Kempster have salvaged four massive concrete breakwaters from Lake Erie and relocated them to Jamestown, New York, creating a monumental play structure for the small town.
If you want to know someone, ask them about their politics. But if your goal is to understand someone—how they think, what they value, how they view the task of moving through this life—ask them what’s in their liquor cabinet.
From high-performance to low-emission, almost every corner of the industry was represented, but here, we’re only interested in the pinnacle of engineering and craftsmanship.
In contemporary design, the magic aura and mysterious history of black quartz has been harnessed and brought into the kitchen.
Raw dynamism hums from coast to coast, and the undeniable calibre of these up-and-comers is proving the Great White North is a fashionable force of panache and confidence.
The Spinning Chandelier, a spectacular public art work by Rodney Graham, was illuminated and set in motion for the first time.