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In the world of online dating, finding the right person — or a person for “right now” — is often just a swipe away. For many people within the LGBTQ community, they have met their match(es) through the dating app Grindr. The app launched a decade ago this month, and since then, it has grown
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This year, the theme of International Women’s Day is #BalanceforBetter. The campaign wants to highlight the importance of achieving greater gender equality through challenging bias and celebrating women’s achievements. Story continues below And, according to Nestpick’s women’s liveability index, Canada is well on its way. Canada was found to have the third highest quality of life for
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If you suffer from migraines, you know firsthand how debilitating they can be. From painful headaches to feelings of nausea and light sensitivity, migraines impact day-to-day functioning. Story continues below While they’re more common in women, an estimated 2.7 million Canadians say they’ve been diagnosed with having a migraine at one point or another — a
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Roughhousing is banned from most Canadian playgrounds, but that may be about to change. At least two Quebec elementary schools are experimenting with supervised “rough play” zones in the schoolyard. Story continues below At Quatre-Vents, an elementary school in Saint-Apollinaire, Que., the “rough play” space is outlined by cones and governed by strict rules. READ
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