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Canadian Living July/August 2019

The Canadian Living Magazine for helpful articles on food, cooking, health, relationships, family and lifestyles in Canada.

Country:
Canada
Language:
English
Publisher:
TVA Publications Inc.
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IN THIS ISSUE

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better than ever

“I found a difference in the way my face looked after the first week I used Revitalift. It really helped to diminish the look of fine lines around my eyes.” Lisa, 44 Lisa is a former stay-at-home mom who has moved from the country to become a working professional in the city. After years of putting everyone else first, she realized her skin was showing signs of neglect. She was excited to integrate the Revitalift Triple Power LZR line into her routine — a simple step that made her feel like she was finally doing something for herself. After only one week, she noticed a younger-looking, more vibrant person in the mirror, with smoother, tighter skin and improvement in the look of fine lines around her eyes, helping her find her newfound…

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canadian living

VICE-PRESIDENT, TVA PUBLICATIONS Lyne Robitaille CONTENT DIRECTOR Geneviève Guertin EXECUTIVE EDITOR Suzanne Moutis ART DIRECTOR Caroline Collin GRAPHIC DESIGNERS Patricia Gagnon, Karine Blanchet EDITORIAL OPERATIONS & ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER Olga Goncalves Costa EDITORIAL FEATURES EDITOR Marianne Davidson CONTRIBUTING ASSISTANT EDITOR Sarah Dziedzic CONTRIBUTING COPY EDITOR Fina Scroppo CONTRIBUTING PROOFREADER Madeleine Lavin CONTRIBUTING RESEARCHER Christina Zisko TEST KITCHEN CONTRIBUTING FOOD SPECIALISTS Michelle Diamond TO EMAIL ONE OF US: FIRSTNAME.LASTNAME@TVA.CA ADVERTISING SALES, TORONTO 416-733-7600 (press 4) GENERAL SALES MANAGER Patricia Heckmann SENIOR DIRECTOR, MEDIA SOLUTIONS Jérôme Leys ADVERTISING COORDINATION TEAM LEADER Maddie Belanger ADVERTISING COORDINATION MANAGER Janice Clarke ADVERTISING SALES, MONTREAL 514-598-2880 (ventespublicitaires@tva.ca) SENIOR DIRECTOR, MAGAZINES & NEWSPAPERS Kimberley Rouse SENIOR ADVISOR MAGAZINES & NEWSPAPERS Annie Bergeron SALES EXPERT MAGAZINES Nathalie Beaulac, Vickie Bouthillier, Manon Labelle, Lucie Lacroix, Stéphanie Magnan COORDINATORS Mélina Delorme (on leave), Rosina De Rose, Maria Perrotti QUEBEC CITY AND REST OF QUEBEC 418-688-9330, ext. 7500 GENERAL SALES MANAGER Nathalie Langevin ADVERTISING SALES, USA AJR media group…

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fresh summer

One of the best things about living in a region with four distinct seasons is that we never get tired of seeing them arrive. The crisp air of fall invigorates, every year, and we rub our hands together with glee at the thought of lighting the logs in the fireplace; we witness that first snowfall and, each time, we get a warm, fuzzy feeling while looking forward to the holidays; tiny green shoots poking up through the earth never fail to herald—at last!—that winter is ending; the first double-digit temperatures mean everyone and their brothers don shorts and flip-flops in anticipation of summer. As those dog days arrive, we’re poised to embrace, yet again, all the things we love about midsummer (hello, sun-dresses and drinks on the patio!). This issue, we’re…

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11 tricks, tips and ideas we love this month

1 SUNSET STRIP One of the easiest ways to bring new life into your home when the seasons change, or if you simply feel like switching things up, is by changing out your toss cushions, throws and bed linens. We love these peachy pink textiles that call to mind summer sunsets. 2 GOLDEN GIRL Powder bronzers, which allow for even colour application in a large selection of shades, are perfect for makeup novices and experts alike. No matter how you dust them on, bronzers offer a great glow. For tips on achieving that summertime look with self-tanning lotions and creams, check out our Like a Pro column on page 20. 3 On the line Fostering a greener lifestyle, saving on utility bills and longer wear for fabrics are just some of the reasons to hang-dry…

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sandwich cookies

CREAM CHEESE & SALTED CARAMEL SANDWICH COOKIES MAKES 18 COOKIES HANDS-ON TIME 20 MINUTES TOTAL TIME 1 HOUR Chocolate Chip Cookies ½ cup unsalted butter, softened⅓ cup packed brown sugar⅓ cup liquid honey1 egg1 tsp vanilla½ tsp baking soda½ tsp salt1¼ cups all-purpose flour1 cup semisweet chocolate chips Filling 1 250 g pkg cream cheese, softened2 tbsp granulated sugar½ tsp vanilla¼ cup 35% whipping cream¼ cup store-bought salted caramel sauce Cookies Preheat oven to 350°F. Line two baking sheets with parchment paper; set aside. In large bowl, using an electric mixer, beat butter with brown sugar and honey on medium speed until creamy. Beat in egg; beat in vanilla, baking soda and salt. Stir in flour; stir in chocolate chips. Drop by 1 tbsp, 2 inches apart, onto prepared pans. Refrigerate 30 minutes. Bake, 1 sheet at a time, until cookies…

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at-home hair colour: beauty moments

My first dabble with hair colour was at age 13 with a few liberal splashes of lemon juice to my locks at my bestie’s cottage in Magne-tawan, Ont. By the end of that summer our experimentation had escalated to using powdered drink crystals, which sounds innocent enough but was a rebellious act in my household. My natural colour is light blonde and I was prohibited by my mum to ever alter its flaxen shade. So when I came home from my summer away with blotchy pink hair (that lasted until November), my mum was livid. Fast forward 10 years, I'm an unpaid intern fresh out of school, and my once brilliant blonde was fading, fast. Getting help from a colourist wasn’t in my budget so I went to the drugstore. Before…

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