Many music festival-goers make a lot of very questionable sartorial expressions. Most are harmless, but some are outright tasteless. Like sporting a First Nations headdress, a spiritual and cultural symbol of native culture, as a fashion accessory. Which is why Montreal's Osheaga festival, Canada's top showcase...
France has set a lofty goal of cutting food waste in half by 2025. Selling ugly fruits and vegetables at a 30 per cent discount is one strategy that's already in place, and today the country has enacted another forward-thinking measure to meet its goal: supermarkets are banned from destroying excess edibles and will be encouraged to donate the leftovers
Whistler Blackcomb wants to keep its mountain air fresh: Starting May 30, smoking – including medical marijuana – will be banned everywhere on the resort's property, including on lifts, ski runs, hiking trails and restaurant/bar patios
Plastic bag bans and fees have proven to work in countries around the world – yet when Toronto tried to implement such a strategy in 2012, it was shot down before even having a chance to take off. Now, it's Montreal's turn to consider what is an often a hotly contested action
It isn’t going to be as easy as you had anticipated to snap a selfie at an upcoming summer music festival. Both California’s Coachella Festival and Lollapalooza have banned the use of selfie sticks. Will others follow suit...
If you're a model in high fashion, the pressure to be skinny is immense. And it's immensely unhealthy. A Socialist MP from France has introduced an amendment that looks to ban agencies from using super-skinny models on runways, as well as put an end to pro-anorexia material both on- and offline.
The bloggerverse is ablaze: no longer can their curated selection of affiliate shop links be pinned. Pinterest announced the ban on affiliate links yesterday, which will drastically impact thousands of users who rely on the service to generate commission-based income
Listen up, guys, we know it’s not easy meeting women. And for any of you who’ve been looking for creative new ways to hook up or find ‘the one’, here’s one thing we strongly suggest: Don’t listen to Julien Blanc, the “pick-up artist” who’s promoting violence