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Safety alert: Canada-wide recall for deodorant due to possible benzene

Safety alert: Canada-wide recall for deodorant due to possible benzene

Exposure to benzene can result in cancers and blood disorders which can be life-threatening.
Opinion: Artists' Spotify criticisms point to larger ways musicians lose with streaming — here’s 3 changes to help in Canada

Opinion: Artists' Spotify criticisms point to larger ways musicians lose with streaming — here’s 3 changes to help in Canada

A Spotify boycott wouldn’t fix the working conditions of most musicians. Fostering a more equitable, community-based music culture requires changing how we listen to music and support its production
Ask Ellie: Consider one-sided connection a lesson

Ask Ellie: Consider one-sided connection a lesson

I’m mid-50s, he’s 15 years older; both divorced with older teenagers at home.
Opinion: Family Day imagery neglects family caregivers' care work; it needs to be valued

Opinion: Family Day imagery neglects family caregivers' care work; it needs to be valued

It’s time to complete the picture and recognize public expenditures on supports for family caregivers as social investments in the well-being of individuals, families and communities
B.C. egg producers donate 50,000 dozen to food banks

B.C. egg producers donate 50,000 dozen to food banks

BC Egg chairperson is excited to donate local eggs, so everyone can access great protein source
BC SPCA teaches kids empathy to help stop bullying

BC SPCA teaches kids empathy to help stop bullying

Focusing on empathy development with pets can be key in helping young people understand the consequences of bullying, according to the BC SPCA
Ask Ellie: Good sex after 70 is about openness, adapting to aging bodies

Ask Ellie: Good sex after 70 is about openness, adapting to aging bodies

Sex can be enjoyed into age 70 and older, through openness, creative solutions, and educating oneself through research and good health checks.
Pilates instructor challenges stereotypes about people with disabilities

Pilates instructor challenges stereotypes about people with disabilities

A person with a physical disability does not automatically suffer from a lack of physical ability, says Pilates instructor Norah Myers.
Hey, Colleague: My working-from-home 'colleagues' are stressing me out

Hey, Colleague: My working-from-home 'colleagues' are stressing me out

Hey, Colleague: Practical advice on careers and maintaining a work-life balance.
Ask Ellie: Work on yourself and the rest will follow

Ask Ellie: Work on yourself and the rest will follow

New ways to consider jobs and career-building have similar approaches to your relationship and personality needs
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