Life & Love

Dear E. Jean: My boyfriend’s mother constantly talks about his ex-girlfriends. She praises their beauty, charm, and achievements; tags them in posts on Facebook; and always “loves” their updates and photos. (She ignores mine.) She makes sure both my boyfriend and I are informed—on a daily basis—about his exes and their well-being. And the latest
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garmin.com $1,850.00  The Garmin MARQ Series Captain watch has the classic good looks of a mechanical tool watch, including a ceramic regatta timer on the bezel, paired with the high-tech gadgetry of a modern smart watch.  Dad can send texts, stream his favorite music, and mark his sailing speed, all without looking like a character
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By Heather Corcoran Jun 1, 2019 Christian Harder The 1960s. In the golden age of Hollywood where glamour reigned supreme, decorating ones’ home to feel as luxurious as a high-end hotel was de rigueur. And that aesthetic continues to inspire the interiors of homes today. After all, who doesn’t love a velvet couch in the
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Dear E. Jean: This is probably the most indelicate etiquette question you’ve ever received, but here it goes: My husband and I have been married eight years, run a business together, and are good parents. He’s my best friend, and I love him! But the dude just won’t shower. This has been a problem for…um…ever.
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After a five-year-engagement and months of wedding planning, hairstylist-to-the-stars William “Jordan” Blackmore and his heiress fiancée, Andi Potamkin, jetted off to Utah in a private plane to tie the knot. The stylish couple’s ultra-lavish $1 million desert wedding took place in a gorgeous hideaway resort in Canyon Point, just a stone’s throw away from the
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(Photo: iStock/SeppFriedhuber) Usually, when scientists talk about the front lines of climate change, it calls to mind small island nations at risk of being flooded by rising sea levels. But when Environment and Climate Change Canada released Canada’s Changing Climate Report (CCCR) on April 1, it emphasized that Canada’s North has started melting. In other words, climate change has hit home. It’s
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(Photo: Getty Images) More than 100,000 students participated in a province-wide walkout on April 4, and on April 6, around 10,000 teachers, students and parents showed up to protest at Queen’s Park. They were all rallying against Premier Doug Ford and Education Minister Lisa Thompson’s proposed cuts to education—especially an increase in class sizes and a decrease in the number of
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Dear E. Jean: My fiancé says I am mean, am messy, and get mad too easily, so he withholds his affection. We’re both 31 and have been engaged for a year. I’ve told him my housekeeping standards are so high that if our house is not super-organized, I just say screw it. If tumbleweeds are
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