Monthly Archives: October 2013

Girls fuel outrage and inspiration

I don’t often shout back at the TV, despite the vast volume of material it broadcasts that I find vile or banal. But last week I couldn’t help myself. The object of my fury wasn’t Fox News or Sun TV, … Continue reading

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Canada’s anthem back in the hot seat

Jian Ghomeshi calls it common sense. But will the government listen? Last week, some of Canada’s most notable women (including Informed Opinions Honorary Patrons, Senator Nancy Ruth and the Rt. Hon. Kim Campbell) launched a formidable campaign advocating that gender-neutral … Continue reading

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New partner puts chocolate in the mouths of expert women

Warning: this post contains an unabashed product endorsement. It’s the one thing I try not to leave home without: Cocoa Camino Mint chocolate. But there I was, stranded in the middle of a snowstorm in Toronto without my stash. So I … Continue reading

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