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Gardening with Ever | Our friend Ever is back, reminding us to appreciate life’s little moments—and to find joy in our own backyards. Whether on your patio or in your kitchen, dig into spring and reconnect with nature with a fresh gardening project. Let your little ones help and watch a new season bloom. Find more ways to keep kids engaged IndigoKids.
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Sofia Muzychka
There’s nothing more nurturing than making bread but the process becomes extra special when you share it with a child. One of our favourite authors passed along this video of her son baking a popular No-Knead Bread Recipe from The New York Times. Try it with your own kids. Not only will you end up with a homemade loaf but you’ll teach them some math in the process.

Kids Baking | No-Knead Bread Recipe c/o The New York Times

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Sharon Forzley
Terry Eldridge
Céline Varin
Micki Bry
Tera Lowrie
In light of current circumstances, our stores are temporarily closed but we are open to support you, our Indigo community, 24/7 on indigo.ca. Join us as we share ideas for how to stay connected when we all need it most.

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Geanine McGrath
Christina Hill
Erin Peters Anderson
Tracy Smith
A note from our CEO and Chief Booklover.

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Wendy Freund Summerfield
Elvie Freeman
Tyrone Parsons
Kaitlin Leigh Tropper
Tracy Durocher Burns
Now more than ever, books can unite us. While CBC’s annual battle of the books has been postponed, Canada Reads aims to unveil the stories that can help bring the country together through words and ideas. All this week, CBC Radio will be featuring content about the five shortlisted books and we spoke to the authors behind them. [ Indig.ca Link ] #CBCCanadaReads

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Noreen Dwyer
Janet Miller
Karen Cook
Raquel Dawn
Catherine Walker-Stol
Happy International Women’s Day! For even more inspiration this March 8, meet four Canadian entrepreneurs raising the bar in business—and beyond! [ Indig.ca Link ]
#InternationalWomensDay #IWD2020

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Spring forward with a new read that’ll keep you booked all season long. Whether you’re looking to get lost in a new fantasy series or a stunning piece of historical fiction, head off on a literary adventure without ever leaving your comfiest reading chair. What are you currently reading?

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Rick Cortes
Amanda Smiths
Rick Modien
Kirstin Anne
Debbie Pitt
“Making your own meals is one of the best ways to personalize your wellness—yet when life gets crazy, it’s often the first thing to go,” writes Alexia Brue and Melisse Gelula, authors of the Well+Good cookbook, which features 100 healthy and approachable recipes from well-known wellness champions (think Venus Williams, Padma Lakshmi, Marie Kondo, and more).

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Beverly Patterson
Shandra MacNiven
Books have the power to transport and inform us. From gripping historical fiction about Norway’s 1621 witch trials to heartwarming reportage from the Mosul Zoo in Iraq, immerse yourself in the history and culture of different countries with every story. Where will your next literary adventure take you?

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Lindsay M. Quinn
Jordan Walker