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Birchbox Officially Launches in Canada

Birchbox Officially Launches in Canada

When we first heard about Birchbox, we fell for the idea of filling in our personal skincare deets and the surprise of five deluxe samples sent straight to our door each month for the price of what one sample usually...
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Why We Should All Say No to Julien Blanc

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
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14 inventions que vous utilisez mais ne saviez pas qu’elles étaient canadiennes

Les Canadiens sont les créateurs de plusieurs inventions qui simplifient le quotidien. Que ce soit pour guérir un lendemain de veille ou pour divertir la belle-famille au chalet, voici 14 inventions canadiennes qui facilitent l'existence
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25 endroits au Canada à visiter avant de mourir

Nous n’avons qu’une vie à vivre et qu’un seul Canada, et nous souhaitons nous assurer que vous profitez à fond des deux. Voici 25 endroits exceptionnels dans notre pays exceptionnel que vous devriez rayer de la liste avant que vous soyez vous-même rayé
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21 Headlines We Want to See on BuzzFeed.ca

Buzzfeed.ca doesn’t exist, of course, but how great would it be to have an online directory of lists dedicated purely to all things Canuck? Here are 21 headlines we’d love to see on our very own, localized version of Buzzfeed
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Welcome to the World of Furusiyya

When you think about Canadian sports, you likely go straight to hockey, lacrosse, or downhill skiing. Well, that might be about to change. Since Canada made a splash overseas at the FEI Furusiyya Nations 2014 Cup jumping final this past week, horse jumping in our country is set to take a huge leap forward
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Germany Has Officially Abolished Tuition

While we’re heading towards record tuition fees here in Canada, Germany just saw the last of its 16 states completely abolish tuition – including those for international students. Maybe it’s time to re-consider going for that Master’s degree after all
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A Survival Guide for the Impending ‘Worst Winter Ever’

Just when we thought last winter was as bad as it gets, comes news that this year’s is supposed to be even more intense. But that doesn’t mean you can’t adjust your young professional lifestyle to cater to the cold months ahead, even if that means fleeing the country for a little while
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PARKLUXE 2014: Uniting Nationwide Designers for the First Time in Western Canada

The non-profit arts and fashion organization, PARK (Promoting Artists | Redefining Kulture) will host its fourth instalment of PARKLUXE on October 4 at the Riverwalk Plaza in East Village. The event will showcase nationally recognized, sophisticated designers to an Albertan audience while celebrating their collective talents for the first time on a Western Canadian stage
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13 Ambitious Projects in Canada That Were Bailed On

Not even the most lucrative developers are a match for height restrictions, supply shortages, and budget freezes. Or, you know, the Great Depression. Case in point: These 13 ambitious Canadian building projects that never saw the light of day
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