Canadian fashion is a product of avid adventurism, outdoor spirit, and long, chilly winters.
These trends have trickled down from runway stars to Instagram influencers, and now it’s your turn to try them out.
Home lasers, LED masks, and zit-zappers have been around for a few years, but they really came into their own at the beginning of the pandemic, when we were unable to visit dermatologists and aestheticians for our usual treatments.
Tata Harper is giving us a glimpse inside her morning routine and letting us in on her skin smoothing secrets.
As a follow up to our Canadian Women in Arts and Culture story, we present an interactive timeline of spectacular women from around the world who made significant contributions to technology and computing.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Nothing is at once so fine and so humble as a well-made pie.
With massive columns propping up an overhanging roof at the edge of the forest, this house, from certain angles, looks more like a temple to sport than a chalet.
Now that COVID has profoundly affected our lives, finding ways to make everyday life romantic, beautiful, and enjoyable is more important than ever.
Here are five women who took their talents and skills and changed Canada for the better and an interactive timeline that pays homage to many more.