An Indigenous artist who has collaborated with Vancouver fashion designer Chloë Angus says he will no longer work with her in response to concerns about cultural appropriation and misleading marketing.
The latest:The Canada emergency response benefit (CERB) expires on Sunday, ending the income support program the federal government rolled out during the COVID-19 pandemic to help people with payouts of up to $2,000 a month.
The drama then reached its peak in 2012 when Tosh filmed a skit implying that Dyrdek is a pedophile. Dyrdek angrily responded on Twitter suggesting that he would be fine settling the score the “old-fashioned way.” Tosh continued to troll Dyrdek, writing, “[F]air enough but if you have to beat me up, can we film it and put it on my show so people will actually watch it?”
As COVID-19 cases climb in many provinces, flu season is also on the horizon. Doctors say there’s more interest in the flu shot this year — and there should be. But they’re warning patients to get the shot sooner rather than later. Here’s why.
Maybe this year’s Ig Nobels, the spoof prizes for dubious but humorous scientific achievement, should have been renamed the Ick Nobels.
Peter Nygard’s son says he fears his father will flee Canada before it’s determined whether or not criminal charges can be laid in connection with allegations of sexual assault, leaving no way to bring the fashion mogul back to face his accusers in the future.
Although 2020 has been no “Party in The U.S.A,” Miley Cyrus is here to lighten the mood with her catchy — and pointed — new single. The Disney star-turned provocative pop-princess released “Midnight Sky” (fittingly) at midnight on Aug. 14, 2020, ahead of her forthcoming album, She Is Miley Cyrus, according to Billboard. The single, her first since her 2019 track “Slide Away,” is a disco-tinged celebration of independence that harkens back to eighties pop divas like Stevie Nicks and Debbie Harry, as relayed in a statement to Rolling Stone.
Kylie Jenner may be the youngest member of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, but she’s certainly carved out her own path since October 2007, when Keeping Up With the Kardashians premiered on E!
Newly divorced and edging further into her 40s, Diane Cardwell’s life hadn’t turned out as planned. So one day, out on a reporting trip for The New York Times in Montauk, a beach town at the eastern end of Long Island in New York, Cardwell seized the opportunity when a cottage rental and surfing lesson presented itself.
Virtual try-ons are replacing fitting rooms during the pandemic, The coronavirus pandemic is reshaping the way Americans shop. Stores are reopening but being reoriented to avoid interaction: Fitting rooms are taped off, sample counters are closed and product testers have been put away.