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Could these trends in period products mark the demise of tampons and pads?

Katrina Clarke | June 29, 2017 | CBC Life You know the scene: You’re going about your day, oblivious to what’s going on inside your uterus, and – bam. You got your period. Easing the woes of women on their … Continue reading

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With #deleteuber and #grabyourwallet trending, we ask: Do boycotts work?

Katrina Clarke | February 21, 2017 | CBC Life Hudson’s Bay is in the crosshairs of a Trump boycott – but does it matter? With the Grab Your Wallet campaign against Trump products gaining steam in the United States and news that some companies, … Continue reading

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Canadian Designers: The challenge of making a name in Canada

Katrina Clarke | October 29, 2016 | Toronto Star When Marie-Eve Emond started designing clothes, she wanted her friends to actually be able to afford them. But that wasn’t easy. “I wanted to have the highest quality possible,” said the … Continue reading

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‘Best restaurant north of 60’: How mining companies use gourmet food, suite-style rooms to attract new recruits

Katrina Clarke | September 7, 2014 | National Post Prosciutto-wrapped asparagus, lemon pepper-dusted sea bass and beef tenderloin marinated in garlic, ginger and scallions are just a few of the delicacies Executive Chef Allan Bedard serves up nightly. But the customers … Continue reading

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