|9 Simple Ways To De-Stress At Your Desk|
We all have stress at work at one point or another. For some, it’s mild and inconsequential. For others it can have more serious effects, such as triggering health issues like anxiety, physical ticks and skin irritations...
|View from the top: 30 women who rule the world|
View from the top: 30 women who rule the world
|Women's History Month: Celebrating Canada's Forgotten Heroines|
Women's History Month: Celebrating Canada's Forgotten Heroines
|See What Happens When A Homophobic Person And A Gay Person Are Put In A Room And Asked To Hug|
In the style of the First Kiss video that has spawned dozens of parodies, a homophobic person and a gay person were put in front of a camera and asked to hug. After some awkward conversation - especially from the homophobic woman who makes the sign of a cross pre hug - the couples embrace...
|Ladies of Pop: Elgin Skye|
We caught up with the petite, pixie-haired singer at Montreal’s Café Myriad to talk about melody, girl power, and dinosaurs...
|Ladies of Pop: FIVER|
We caught up with FIVER by email during Pop Montréal so she could talk about her new project.
|Ladies of Pop: Motel Raphael|
We caught up with the band Motel Raphael over breakfast at Montreal’s Quoi D’Neuf to talk about what makes a good bandmate, songwriting, and Disney music.
|Ladies of Pop: Caitlin Grieve (Cai.ro)|
We sat down with Cai.ro's Caitlin Grieve in the Pop Montreal lounge as she described the difficulties of choosing the right band name, the Montreal music scene, and Nate’s addiction to sugar.
|Ladies of Pop: Gabrielle Papillon|
During a much needed break in the artists’ lounge at Quartiers Pop, Gabrielle Papillon shared her love of French, the difficulty of being a woman in music, and how she continues to be inspired by her family...
|Ladies of Pop: Kirsten McCrea|
We joined artist Kirsten McCrea at her booth during the Puces Pop DIY crafts fair to talk about feminism’s bad rep, nostalgia, and the meaning of cultural memory.
|Helen Gurley Brown taught us bad girls are better|
Helen Gurley Brown (1922-2012), the longtime editor of Cosmopolitan magazine famous for teaching girls about the joys of sex decades before Sex and the City was even a thought bubble, died on Monday at age 90 in New York, according to a press release by the Hearst Corporation...
|Marilyn Monroe: books and movies|
Marilyn Monroe continues to inspire a generation with the countless books and movies about the starlet's life. See our top picks!
|Female Olympic Champions: sportswomen who made history|
With the 2012 Olympic Games kicking off (that's right...), we're looking back at female sports stars at the top of their game...
|Strong Women - Pam Palmater |
Super Woman has got nothing on Pamela Palmater. We find out why...
|YWCA Women of Distinction Awards|
The YWCA of Toronto will be hosting their 32nd Women of Distinction Awards which will honor seven women who are leaders and inspirations in the fields of business, sports, social justice, healthcare and education...
|Jamie Lee Curtis comes to Toronto|
In a six part lecture series, Jamie Lee Curtis will be making an appearance in Toronto at Roy Thomson Hall on May 14 as part of the Unique Lives and Experiences series.
|Who are the real guardians of the glass ceiling?|
Women are not a rarity in management offices. They just, more often than not, tend to sit behind the PA's desk rather than the manager’s chair. While some women aspire to secretarial greatness (behind every great manager...
|10 black women who’ve changed history|
The evolution of women's rights and equality between black and white citizens are two issues that have often crossed paths in history. We bring you just ten of the black women who changed history...
|Interview with surfer Bethany Hamilton: Soul Surfer movie|
Bethany Hamilton is one of the most inspiring people we know. She lost her arm in a shark attack but hasn't let that stop her becoming a pro surfer and spreading a message of hope across the world.
|UK firms resist the idea of “women’s quota”|
A recent research found out that two- thirds of UK firms resist the idea of having quota for women on the board, despite the fact that the number of females appointed have increased (almost doubled) after “Lord Davies' review”...