Monthly Archives: July 2017

Everything you need to know about August’s eclipse of a lifetime

Katrina Clarke | July 28, 2017 | CBC Life On the morning of August 21, a dark shadow will cross over North America. The temperature will drop, people will see stars and a fiery halo will appear in the sky. … Continue reading

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We’ve got your summer adventure fix right here

Katrina Clarke | July 14 | CBC Life Camping…  in the snow… gave me a whole new appreciation for Canada’s beauty, and as you can imagine, for Mother Nature’s extremes. After a few beers on a warm Vancouver evening, I … Continue reading

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Women’s orgasms are even more fascinating than we fathomed

Katrina Clarke | July 6 |CBC Life Some women tense up, others moan and some… sneeze? The female orgasm is a complex physiological process that involves everything from muscle contractions to flushed skin to hormone release. And while most women’s … Continue reading

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Divorce selfies, conscious uncoupling and the rise of the amicable divorce

Katrina Clarke | July 5, 2017 | CBC Life Corinne Krepel-Bernatt and her then-husband, Adam, were in their 40s, together for half their lives, parents to two young kids, when they realized they were great friends but not in love. … Continue reading

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More millennial couples are opting to elope

Katrina Clarke | July 3, 2017 | CBC Life Kyle and Sara Locke said “I do” 16,000 kilometres from home on a beach in Bali, surrounded by zero family or friends. It was exactly what they wanted. As millennial brides … Continue reading

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