From video games to smartphones, we’ve rounded up 2012’s coolest, most innovative technology gifts that are sure to make any geek’s holiday wish list.
Add a few more smiles Christmas morning with these fun, simple stocking stuffers, all available for under $10.
Showing your family and friends you care should be more joy than stress. These perfectly-tailored holiday gifts will impress everyone on your list while keeping you right on budget.
Find the perfect gifts for the good boys and girls on your Christmas list. These new games, books, and toys for kids of all ages are child, parent and Santa-approved.
Alarm clocks, food, decorations, games – anything in life can be funnier. Take the hilarious path to Christmas shopping with these 15 quirky gift ideas.
The final presidential debate takes place Monday night. Reader’s Digest recently sat down with both American presidential candidates to get the inside scoop on their families, policies, favourite jokes, and more.
Help your children get the most candy ever on Halloween night by passing on these 13+ expert tips, straight from the mouths of kids.
With 5 big films in just two years, including new sci-fi horror Antiviral, the Toronto native and Cronenberg muse proves she’s more than just a pretty, billboard-gracing face.
As doctors fight for the final say, the latest neuroscience is redrawing the boundaries of life and death while revealing a scary truth-that maybe we shouldn’t be so quick to pull the plug.
After decades of child abuse scandals, a new generation of Catholic leaders has vowed to turn things around. Meet the new church of zero tolerance.
We disinfect, we sterilize, we pasteurize. We’ve made bacteria Enemy No. 1, but playing it safe might be what’s making us sick.
Discover the best movies for all your needs this September with these ten movies opening across Canada.
Fashionistas, creativity, and the perfect haircut. September’s bonus reading list has a lot of style.
Seventeen years after the release of her iconic album Jagged Little Pill, the Canadian singer-songwriter takes her new music, her controversial parenting practices, and her baby son, Ever, on the road.
The Oscar-winning actor releases his inner book nerd in the one-man Stratford Shakespeare Festival show A Word for Two.
On his struggle to the top, the Russian wrestler found God, a girlfriend and a new home in Canada.
The former gold medal swimmer uses his big voice to inspire and motivate this year’s crop of Olympians.
The three-time world champion fights for Canada in the 75 Kg class as women’s boxing debuts in London.
Repeat medallist Karen Cockburn jumps for gold at her final Olympics.
Fencer Philippe Beaudry’s father missed out on Moscow when Canada boycotted the 1980 Games. Now his son is living out the Olympic dream.