Lululemon’s First Dog Product Is Actually A Clever TikTok Hack

A funny thing happened when I recently stopped by my local Lululemon boutique to browse. I was naturally accompanied by my rescue pomchi, and, as per usual, he was hamming it up with fellow customers. “If you guys ever made stuff for dogs, I’d be first in line to get one of everything,” I joked to an employee who offered Miso a treat from a glass jar at the registers. “Well, we don’t do that yet — but people love these mini backpacks for dogs,”...

8 Tweets About Zellers Coming Back To Canada In 2023 That Will Probably Make You Chuckle

"Nature IS healing."

The best pet for you based on your zodiac sign

Choosing a pet is not a decision to be taken lightly. You'll need to make sure you'll be sharing your home with an animal that suits your lifestyle, available space, and even your personality type. Naturally aloof people might not want to be constantly hounded for canine kisses, just as cuddly types might be affronted by some cat breeds' haughtiness or a lizard's lack of overt affection. With that in mind, looking at which pets gel well with your zodiac sign can be a good start to deciding which loveable creature you'll be inviting into your life. Ready to get petting? Click through this gallery to discover the best pet for you based on your zodiac sign.

Discover 12 great new restaurants in Canada

This selection whets the appetite! Air Canada recently shared a selection of great new Canadian restaurants, and it’s worth checking out! From Montreal to Vancouver to Toronto, several new establishments have opened their doors to satisfy our taste buds. Discover twelve of them now.

13 Little-Known Facts About Canada’s Most Famous Landmarks

From the CN Tower to the Chateau Frontenac, there's more to these iconic Canadian landmarks than meets the eye! The post 13 Little-Known Facts About Canada’s Most Famous Landmarks appeared first on Reader's Digest Canada.

Harry Styles Fans Banned From Camping Overnight Before Toronto Gigs

Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena put a stop to Harry Styles fans camping for days to see the One Direction hitmaker. Styles returned to the city Monday, performing Tuesday night as well. However, despite fans’ hopes of getting to the front of the crowd to watch the musician perform, getting in line as early as Friday for

12 Times Meghan Markle Paid Tribute to Princess Diana's Iconic Style

The moment Meghan Markle walked down the aisle in a breathtaking gown by Clare Waight Keller for her wedding with Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, she redefined what it means to be a royal and shifted culture as we know it.

What are the biggest turnoffs in the bedroom?

We all have things that get us going and things that instantly kill the mood. Some of these triggers are weirdly specific and unique to us, but some are pretty common. Through a combination of surveys and online comments, we've come up with some of the most common turnoffs that crop up in both serious relationships and one-night stands. Click through the following gallery to discover some of the biggest turnoffs encountered in the bedroom! Are you guilty of any of these bad habits?

15 classic children's books to add to your library

Flip through the gallery for a guide to 15 essential children's books that should be in your library, from Dr. Seuss classics to introductory chapter books and so much more.

Do-it-yourself air cleaners could be a cost-effective solution for classrooms

What do you think of this idea? Quebec classrooms could all be equipped with an air purifier to be assembled for about a hundred dollars per classroom. That’s what this Radio-Canada article explains in which we discover the Corsi-Rosenthal box that was designed to reduce the risks of transmission of COVID-19. The principle behind this […]

Baby's best friend: Best dog breeds to have around infants

Introducing a new dog to a household with a baby or bringing a baby into a home with a dog can be stressful. Dogs come in all shapes and forms, and their personalities are just as diverse. But dogs aren't called man's best friend for no reason. Several dog breeds are more than happy to look after babies and lie down for a session of kisses and snuggles with the little ones. Browse the gallery and check out these incredibly baby-friendly dog breeds.

Today's trending cryptocurrencies: 5 cryptos which are topping search charts.

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Dogs available for adoption in Edmonton

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The sad decline of Japan's street fashion subcultures

Pedestrianized Takeshita Street is a neon-lit strip once celebrated for its funky street art and wacky fashion scene. Today you need to look carefully to find the vintage clothing shops displaying their wares, anything from hand-me-down petticoats and lace-trimmed blouses to brushed velvet top hats and tea party shoes. Wander down Omotesandō Avenue and the contrast couldn't be greater. This wide tree-lined thoroughfare is one of the most exclusive streets in the world. Here, dozens of luxury fashion brands including Dior, Louis Vuitton, and Tod's line the sidewalk, attracting serious high-end fashionistas eager to purchase the very latest designer apparel, whatever the cost. What do these two shopping destinations have in common? They are both located in Tokyo's vibrant Harajuku neighborhood, known internationally as a center of Japanese youth culture and fashion. Harajuku is the birthplace of some of the country's most iconic clothing styles. Since the 1980s this fast-moving fashion mecca has served as a hub for dressed-up kids and it's where Japan’s fashion subculture evolved, including the most recognized —Lo-lita. Far removed from the sexualized Western interpretation of the name, Lo-lita, or kawaii, refers to the Japanese culture of cuteness. The fashion is highly influenced by Victorian and Edwardian children’s clothing, and it's still quite common to see young women adopting this childlike look on Tokyo's sidewalks. Another popular trend is Decora, known for its outrageously colorful and cartoonish attire and matching accessories. But Harajuku has seen better days. With each season styles change, and what was once cool is suddenly crass. Eclectic and original Japanese street fashion has declined, with the crossover to modern designer brands and mainstream fast fashion partly to blame. These days Omotesandō Avenue caters to an ever-stylish but more conservative and less experimental clientele. Meanwhile back on Takeshita Street the whimsical Kawaii Monster Café, a themed hangout where crazy meets cute, does its best to embody the spirit of old Harajuku. Browse the gallery for a look back at the most influential days of Japanese street fashion.

Brampton couple $100Gs richer after winning Lotto 649

A Brampton couple will tackle their home renovations after winning $100,000 in the July 9 Lotto 649 draw. Leonor and Conrado Dominguez say they are occasional lottery players. “I was on my way to pick up my wife from work and stopped to check my ticket on the way. The clerk said to me, ‘why didn’t you tell me it was a big winner?’ I said I didn’t know it was – I was shocked,” Conrado said. When he picked up Leonor he whispered to her that they...

‘Grown-ish’ Star Amelie Zilber Reveals Dream Of Co-Starring With Zendaya

Amelie Zilber already has a huge following on TikTok, but now the social media star has nabbed a role in the fifth season of “Grown-ish”. Zilber sits down with ET Canada’s Morgan Hoffman to talk about her love of acting and why co-starring with Zendaya is at the top of her wish-list.

Genius Hacks That Make Laundry Day Less of a Hassle

Doing the laundry might not be your favourite chore, but these time-saving tricks will definitely make it easier. The post Genius Hacks That Make Laundry Day Less of a Hassle appeared first on Reader's Digest Canada.

20 essential tips for leveling up your skincare game

Flip through the slideshow for 20 essential tips for improving your skincare routine, from a double-cleansing method that will leave your face perfectly clean to essential products like vitamin c serum and retinoids.

How to Clean Your Car Seats Like a Pro

Ride in clean comfort with these tips for how to clean car seats. With minimal effort, your car seats will smell fresh and look like new. The post How to Clean Your Car Seats Like a Pro appeared first on Reader's Digest Canada.

16 beautiful swimsuits for the whole family

It’s an essential item! Get those for right now or next year, at a good price.

Celebrity-approved sunscreens for this summer

Summer is here, and while it's important to protect our skin year-round, we do tend to get more sun exposure during this time of year. Sunlight can be beneficial up to a certain point, but it's very important that you always wear sunscreen (skin cancer certainly comes to mind). Have you ever wondered which sunscreen products celebs use? Well, this is your chance to find out! Many famous faces share their products of choice in this gallery, so click through to discover their beauty secrets!

What your child's teacher wants you to know

Parents place a lot of faith in the educational system when they send their kids off to school each day. But it can be hard to know what's really happening in the classroom. Is the teacher doing their job effectively? How's the child developing in school? Are parents doing the right things at home to help kids learn? You as a parent might have many questions that the teacher, with their expertise, has the answers to. And then there are also things you have no idea about, but that teachers want you to know. What are they? In this gallery, check out what your child's teacher wants you to know.

Black Cat Appreciation Day: The truth about your superstitions

You don't even have to consider yourself a superstitious person to have that weird feeling crawl up your spine when you come across a black cat. Many of us can't help it, as the beliefs associating black cats with bad luck have been around for quite some time—especially as a staple of Halloween. Even today, The Spruce Pets reports that many animal shelters won’t place black cats in homes during October for fear of them being used sacrificially! But it's about time we tackle this weird feeling in your spine and learn more about the plentiful alternative representations of black cats, from history to pop culture, including how in many cultures they're actually good luck! Click through to cross paths with the black cat.

Stars who love thrift shops

These celebrities are styling for next to nothing by paying regular visits to their local thrift store. They're proud of it, too (and why shouldn't they be?). Not only are they getting more bang for their buck, but they're also reducing waste and supporting the local community. They're rarely shopping for red carpet attire, but some of the stuff they find is perfect for dressing down with. To discover about what they buy and what they have to say about it, click through this gallery.

Held's New Fresco II Summer Touring Gloves Are Ready To Go The Distance

Held's proprietary TFL Cool System is one of the defining features of these touring gloves.

10 Risk Factors for Heart Disease (and How to Control Them)

When it comes to preventing heart disease, knowledge is power. Here are 10 factors that contribute to your risk for developing heart disease, along with invaluable tips on how to even your odds. The post 10 Risk Factors for Heart Disease (and How to Control Them) appeared first on Reader's Digest Canada.

Signs your family doesn't care about you

We don't get to chose the family we're born into. Some of us are lucky enough to be welcomed by a supporting and loving family, while others, not so much. What we can do, however—once we reach a certain age and level of financial autonomy—is choose how to deal with our families. If we feel like our family somehow doesn't care about us, and that it has affected other parts of our lives even into adulthood, we can do something about it. But the first step is to recognize that this is indeed the case. In this gallery you'll find a list of signs to look for. Click through and see if you can recognize any of these in your own family dynamics.

You Can Check Out A Puppy With Your Library Book In Vancouver Next Month & It's So Adorable

Puppy cuddles for the win! 🐾

7 Home Remedies for Nausea Relief

Feeling queasy? Whether it's motion sickness, the side effect of a medication or the dreaded flu, these kitchen cabinet cures may provide relief. The post 7 Home Remedies for Nausea Relief appeared first on Reader's Digest Canada.

Bad hygiene habits you didn’t know you had

If you shower most days and brush your teeth regularly, you probably think of yourself as a clean and hygienic person. But there's a good chance that you're overlooking a few areas that can have a significant impact on your long-term health. Click through the following gallery for some common hygiene habits that are actually bad.

Aging in Place: A Guide to Growing Older at Home

Ninety per cent of Canadian seniors want to live in their homes for as long as possible. Here's how to make it happen. The post Aging in Place: A Guide to Growing Older at Home appeared first on Reader's Digest Canada.

Our 25 favorite pasta dishes

Sure, everyone loves spaghetti and meatballs or even mac-and-cheese, and for good reason. They're delicious. But why not expand your palate to include carbonara, tagliatelle or bucatini as well?

BRAUN: Onus on east-end neighbourhood to police ‘dangerous’ dog?

The east end neighbourhood where residents say a mix-breed dog has run amok — and killed another dog — does not rest easy now that the animal is under a Dangerous Dog Order. After three incidents involving other dogs, the dog must now be muzzled and on a leash at all times when taken out. And there are other stipulations (microchipping, dog training) intended to keep people and pets nearby safe. But neighbours in the Coxwell Ave.-Gerrard St....

Summer home decor ideas to inspire you

It is true that many of us decorate our homes with seasonal motives during the holidays, so why not do the same for each season? We want our homes to look and feel great year-round, and indeed there are tweaks in the decor that can make all the difference. In the summer, we want things to be a bit lighter, brighter, cooler, and overall livelier. In this gallery, we show you how to achieve exactly that! Click through and check out these summer home decor ideas.

Dreaming of Home Ownership? A Toronto Realtor Shares Tips for First-Time Home Buyers

Buying a home can be an exciting-yet-intimidating process, but that doesn’t mean that it’s not possible. If purchasing a home is part of your plan, however, it’s important to do your research and think strategically if you want to make the experience as smooth as possible. With this in mind, Toronto realtor Anya Ettinger @aserealty […] The post Dreaming of Home Ownership? A Toronto Realtor Shares Tips for First-Time Home Buyers appeared first on...

Mistakes dog owners make all the time

Dogs are wonderful pets, but training and caring for them can be challenging at times. We want our dogs to feel loved, but also want them to behave and to obey our commands. There are many benefits to owning a dog, but there are also responsibilities, and sometimes we do things we're not supposed to even though we do them with the best intentions. In this gallery, we list some of these common mistakes. Click on and see if you've been guilty of any of these.

Celebrities who married their high school sweetheart

There’s a certain mystical quality about a high school romance blossoming into a long-lasting relationship, one which makes regular daters swoon. It seems nearly impossible, or perhaps a thing of the past, yet it still makes everyone giddy and starry-eyed. Think about it: when you’re young and have yet to experience the world, you often throw yourself into love. There's just you and the person you want to go to prom with. But your life at that point is rapidly changing. Becoming an adult and growing into your own personality, career, your likes and dislikes, is often a journey that happens alone. Finding someone who can remain your partner and grow alongside you, as opposed to away from you, is a rare thing. These days, just maintaining a devoted and happy marriage seems to be increasingly difficult and divorce is rampant. And can you imagine what it’s like for celebrities in the field of love? With people constantly watching and tabloids at the ready, it can be difficult to block out the noise and give your relationship enough attention and affection to stand the test of time. Perhaps that’s also what is so special about celebrities who stuck with their longtime significant others: they have a partner who was there before all the glitz and glamour, before the rest of the world loved them. They know all the awkward and embarrassing stories, and they’re a healthy reminder of the person that remains when the cameras are off. Though any star out there could easily go for an equally-as-famous partner, or take their pick from a pool of people who would jump at the chance to go on a date with them, there is a surprising number of celebs who are still with the same person whose hand they held while walking to class. There are even some celebrities who met “the one” long before high school (and a few who met them shortly after). Check out this gallery to see which lucky stars found their soulmates early, and which eventually parted ways.

Mattress in an East York living room is being rented out in Kijiji ad

An East York resident is trying to rent out a mattress squished in the middle of their living room for $800 a month. The Kijiji ad has had almost 2,000 views in the last month. “I’ve a spacious den room which is ready to be moved in effective September 1st, 2022. I’ll prefer someone who wants to occupy this den room for a longer period. Also, I’m looking for an individual who is quite, clean & respects others living in the apartment. No low...

8 Things You Need To Know For August 17

Including a reader's question about erectile dysfunction & the world's deadliest tree.

Gemini: Your daily horoscope - August 17

Gemini: here are your free predictions for the day August 17

9 Best Laundry Bags For Dorm Dwellers & Apartment Renters

Going off to college often means having to learn some real-life skills like, say, how to do your own laundry — or, more specifically, lugging your laundry and detergent two blocks to the nearest laundromat because in-unit washers are rare, to say the least. Or, figuring out how many clothes and laundry supplies, your back can haul down (and up) a few flights of stairs. Don't even get us started on the folding, re-lugging, and organizing — need...

9 Iconic Zellers Features That Absolutely Must Come Back When The Store Returns In 2023

All aboard the Zeddy Wheel! 🧸🥲

I’m Tired Of Financially Supporting My Mom. Am I A Bad Daughter?

Welcome to Taking Stock, a space where we can take a deep breath and try to figure out what the COVID-19 economy really means for our finances. Every month, personal finance expert Paco de Leon will answer your most difficult, emotionally charged questions about money. This last two years have forced many of us to reprioritize our finances, and there’s no clear road map for getting through the pandemic yet — but Taking Stock is here to help us...

A Week In New York, NY, On A $5,500 Stipend

Welcome to Money Diaries, where we are tackling the ever-present taboo that is money. We’re asking real people how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we’re tracking every last dollar. Today: an intern who makes a $5,500 stipend and spends some of her money this week on bisexual earrings. Editor’s Note: This diary was written in June 2022. Occupation: Intern Industry: Start-Up Health App Age: 24 Location: New York,...

Florence Pugh confirms her breakup with Zach Braff

Florence Pugh and Zach Braff were aiming to keep their breakup private. Florence Pugh revealed in an article for Harper’s BAZAAR that she and and Zach Braff quietly parted ways to avoid comments from strangers online. Pugh also said she’s not okay with the attention on her personal life as a celebrity. View this post […]

Ella Emhoff - much more than 'just' Kamala Harris' step-daughter

Katy Perry presents her new collection

Katy Perry presents a new shoe collection.

Elevate Your Transitional Wardrobe With AllSaints’ New Collection

Crisp leaves, cool breezes, and sweater weather — these three iconic characteristics of fall sound so lovely after a sweltering summer. Add in AllSaints’ new autumn collection, Come As You Are, and you have the whole package. Unlike the brand’s summer Golden Hour Collection, which had airy cotton tees and frayed denim shorts, the brand’s new line features a carousel of transitional pieces to get a head start on next season’s ‘fits. The Come As...

20 foolproof crockpot dump recipes you can try

Crockpots can make cooking lunches and dinners easy, but not when the recipe requires additional boiling, sauteing, browning, or other cooking. Enter the