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Ask Ellie: Ghosting an intimate partner shows weak character

Ask Ellie: Ghosting an intimate partner shows weak character

If a relationship ends without explanation, trust your own strength of character. It’s missing in the other person.
Hey, Colleague: How do I make more non-work friends as an adult?

Hey, Colleague: How do I make more non-work friends as an adult?

Hey, Colleague: Practical advice on careers and maintaining a work-life balance.
Health Canada recalls makeup remover sold in Shoppers Drug Mart

Health Canada recalls makeup remover sold in Shoppers Drug Mart

More than 6,000 bottles of Bioderma Sensibio have been recalled due to the possibility of them causing a skin or eye infection.
When WORDLE is too easy: Top 15 harder (and nerdier) alternatives

When WORDLE is too easy: Top 15 harder (and nerdier) alternatives

So you laughed in the face of “caulk” and “knoll”? These games are for you.
How a Port Coquitlam garage became a workshop for men seeking stylish fedora hats

How a Port Coquitlam garage became a workshop for men seeking stylish fedora hats

Robert Gault has found a following for his handmade stetsons and fedoras and has turned his garage into a studio for making custom hats; does this signal hats are becoming more popular among men?
Ask Ellie: Divorced parents can have a healthy relationship

Ask Ellie: Divorced parents can have a healthy relationship

“Family-positive” attitudes can renew healthy relationships between divorced parents and children.
Decolonizing your teen’s bookshelf

Decolonizing your teen’s bookshelf

The project of decolonization requires readers, young and old, to diversify the stories they consume
Do we have to argue over every darn thing?

Do we have to argue over every darn thing?

Here's what you need to know about conflict resolution from someone who teaches it for a living. 
Mental wellness: Microaggressions lead to health issues, says UBC expert

Mental wellness: Microaggressions lead to health issues, says UBC expert

People who experience microaggressions tend to have serious health and sleep problems, as well as higher levels of inflammation, said Nancy Sin
Ask Ellie: Arguing with self-righteous son is useless

Ask Ellie: Arguing with self-righteous son is useless

When adult children control access, connect with grandkids whichever way’s accepted. Strong opinions are best unmentioned, unless serious problems arise.