A first-year student at the University of Calgary in Canada simply wanted to get in contact with a woman he met at a bar, but what he got was much more than he bargained for.
Carlos Zetina, a student at the University of Calgary, is one of those people. On Thursday, Zetina apparently hit it off with a woman named Nicole at a campus bar, and helped her and a friend get home from a night out.
"To be an Olympian is not flattering for any partner that’s with you. It’s a really selfish part of your life."
The royal sisters sat down for an exclusive interview with British Vogue for the magazine's coveted September issue.
"Ellen's dying wish was that women of size make her death matter by advocating strongly for their health and not accepting that fat is the only relevant health issue."
The stylist wore a striped jacket and pant combo by Canadian label Smythe during a recent appearance.
A line of women's apparel featuring sexist and derogatory descriptions about women has been pulled from Walmart Canada shelves.
"I was screaming at them ‘You sent her home. Why did you send her home?’ They just had no answers."
"I hugged her, I cried, and I still thank her every day. Because honestly, in that matter, two seconds makes a huge difference.”
Maternity photos are powerful and intimate, but perhaps none moreso than those belonging to Christa Couture. The 39-year-old Canadian singer-songwriter and storyteller is adding “trailblazer” to her list of credits thanks to her powerful maternity photos representing women with disabilities. In a recent piece for CBC Parents, Couture, who’s leg was amputated as a teen due to bone cancer, says she was toying with the idea of a photoshoot to celebrate her third pregnancy. “There aren’t a ton of one-legged people out there, true, but it wasn’t just that I didn’t see any amputees in maternity photos — I didn’t see any kind of disability.” Couture writes. “It turns out maternity photo shoots, like the rest of the depictions of women readily available, abound with thin, white bodies.
The Smythe "Duchess" blazer, a favourite of the 35-year-old royal, is getting a candy-coloured makeover for an important cause.
The vintage football tie that former Toronto mayor Rob Ford wore while admitting to using crack cocaine has made its way to eBay.
Star gazers were treated to a colourful display over the weekend as the northern lights lit up the skies across the country. But for one lucky couple, the aurora lit up their wedding photos, too.
Dreamboat Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau has warmed our hearts once again. Giving a powerful speech alongside wife Sophie at Hamburg's Global Citizen Festival, the political duo pushed for the empowerment of women.