Ever wonder why some people avoid black cats and broken mirrors?
The musician, writer and proud Newfoundlander on touring Canada, hosting kitchen parties and why he doesn’t give career advice
From the way you eat to the way you walk down a flight of stairs, here’s what it takes to have the manners of a royal.
Lauren McKeon shares an unbreakable bond with her special needs sister that defies stereotypes.
Experts at Oberlin College asked 500 women what they considered the most unpleasant words in the English language. Here’s what rose to the top.
When was the last time you actually used one of these?
To mark Canada’s 150th anniversary, the country’s most beloved space explorer, Chris Hadfield, reminds us there’s no place like home.
The 2017 Toronto International Film Festival screened hundreds of movies over a 10-day period. As always, certain films got overlooked. To help, Reader’s Digest Canada presents four films you need to watch when they screen at a theatre near you.
Since launching in 1976, the Toronto International Film Festival has become the movie world’s kick-off to awards season. Here are 11 movies from the festival with the best Oscar chances.
I’ve always been a major movie buff, but this year, I covered my first Toronto International Film Festival as an accredited member of the press. Here’s what I wish I’d known beforehand about attending an exclusive TIFF party.
Director David Gordon Green, screenwriter John Pollono, and actresses Tatiana Maslany and Miranda Richardson tell Reader’s Digest Canada about the making of Stronger, one of TIFF 2017’s most inspiring films.
After Wally Eamer was shot during an armed robbery in Honduras, his wife and kids fought to keep him from brink of death.
As genius Rick Rosner explains, a high IQ can be a curse as well as a blessing.
New to the good old hockey game? Consider this guide to Canadian Hockey Slang required reading before NHL season kicks off.
Ever wondered what was next on Margaret Atwood’s personal reading list? We recently bumped into the CanLit icon on a cruise through the Canadian Arctic, and asked her which books we’d find waiting to be read on her nightstand.
Academy Award winner Brie Larson’s directorial debut, Unicorn Store, tells the story of a woman who refuses to grow up. Larson and her co-star, Mamoudou Athie, told Reader’s Digest Canada about the whimsical film at a TIFF 2017 roundtable hosted by Nespresso Canada.
When his father is severely injured during a rock climbing trip, a 13-year-old boy is forced to make a choice: stay, or venture out for help alone.
When two-year-old Gardell Martin fell into his backyard creek, his heart stopped. Dead for over two hours, it would take a medical miracle to bring the toddler back to life.
Some terms are considered too improper to be spoken by royalty. Social anthropologist Kate Fox explains which words are banned from the royal family’s vocabulary and the surprising reasons why.
Even some of you francophiles are guaranteed to be surprised by the true origins of these terms mistakenly coined to be products of France.