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The Tragically Hip's Gord Downie releases a multimedia project, Secret Path that documents the death of Chanie Wenjack, the Indigenous boy who died trying to run away from a residential school. You can listen to the 10-song album, read the illustrated graphic novel or watch the hour-long special on Sunday, October 23 at 9:00 p.m. (9:30 NT) on CBC.
Whether you prefer tart or sweet, grab a bushel and head to a pick-your-own apple orchard before the season closes. Then, make this free-form apple galette that's topped with a crispy, oatmeal streusel.
In the podcast Modern Love, adapted from The New York Times column, Sarah Paulson discusses modern love and Dash Mihok of "Ray Donovan" tells a story about fatherhood.
Netflix Canada will be streaming scary movies and shows until Halloween. From Scream Queens to Poltergeist, grab a cozy blanket and turn down the lights (or not).
Anna Wintour costume for kids.
Halloween is just around the corner and kids are (arguably) the most excited to dress up. If you're struggling to find costume ideas, don't stress! We've rounded up some of the best Halloween costumes for trick-or-treating.
Waffles blow my mind.
Adventure is out there!
Surprise! I'm Superman.
All eyes on me.
This costume is a blast!
In the name of the moon, I will right wrong and triumph over evil!
The cutest Squirtle in the Pokemon world.
Fighting crime, one hop at a time.
The coolest droid in the galaxy.
Look at my tail! Isn't it neat?
Winter is coming—and with it comes dry, cracked skin that needs an extra dose of hydration. Try one of these body lotions for a little relief.
We all know that moisturizing is key if you want to make sure your skin is hydrated all winter long. But not all body lotions are created equal. Here are six products that will keep your skin soft, smooth and flake-free as the weather gets cooler.
Rocky Mountain Soap Co.
For a portable option, look no further than Rocky Mountain Soap Co. This body butter is packaged like deodorant, making it easy to apply and even easier to travel with. It’s also 100% organic and made by a Canadian company.
Rocky Mountain Soap Co. Unscented Body Butter, $14.50, rockmountainsoap.com.
Lotus Aroma’s Velvet Body Lotion is great for sensitive skin. Essential oils and botanical extracts pair with shea butter, sea buckthorn oil and moringa for a non-greasy cream that maintains hydration.
Lotus Aroma Velvet Body Lotion, $18, yesswellness.com.
This moisturizer is thick and creamy—and though you have to work it into your skin a little bit, it’s well worth the effort. Coffee seed extract, pomegranate, green tea and shea and cocoa butters work hard to keep your skin smooth and hydrated. Bonus: When I used this product it even helped tone down redness.
Frank Body Cream, $22, frankbody.com.
The Ultra Rich Body Butter by Skinfix is specially formulated for those with chronic dry skin. If you have flaking, dry and rough skin you need a product that will help to heal the skin barrier. Shea butter and coconut oil form the deeply nourishing base that helps to lock in moisture—and offers you some sweet relief from dry skin.
Skinfix Ultra Rich Body Butter, $18, skinfixinc.com.
You don’t have to spend a lot to keep your skin soft and smooth. Try Vaseline Intensive Care Advanced Repair Lotion to keep your skin moisturized.
Vaseline Intensive Care Advanced Repair Unscented Lotion, $7, well.ca.
Kiehl’s Crème de Corps is a cult favourite. Rich, non-greasy and super hydrating, this lotion is formulated with cocoa butter and beta-carotene for a hefty dose of lubrication and vitamin A.
Kiehl’s Crème de Corps, $38, kiehls.ca.
Curl up with a warm cup of tea (or coffee!) served in one of these pretty mugs.
$22, PaperBerryPress, etsy.com
Set of 4, $20, kitchenstuffplus.com