Dani-Elle Dubé, Global News

Dani-Elle Dubé

Global News

Toronto, ON, Canada

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  • Global News
  • Ottawa Sun
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Past articles by Dani-Elle:

The best, cheapest cellphone plans in Canada in 2019

Looking for a new cellphone plan that doesn't break the bank? Here's what Global News found in its quest for Canada's best cellphone plans. → Read More

5 essential tips to help you beat holiday belly bloat

Here's how to win the belly bloat battle this holiday season. → Read More

Generation Z and the (achievable) dream jobs they want

Generation Z is just starting to enter the workforce now, so what can employers and fellow employees expect of the incoming cohort? → Read More

Should kids wear life jackets or personal flotation devices? What one viral video is teaching parents

A video showing a grandfather warning others about ineffective child life jackets is serving as a major teaching lesson for parents on water safety. → Read More

Want healthy skin? Stop these 8 bad skin care habits now

Your skin care routine might be hurting you more than helping, experts warn. Make sure to stay clear from these bad habits. → Read More

More men are getting plastic surgery – here’s what they’re getting done

There's a steady increase in men wanting plastic surgery procedures done, and Canadian experts explain why. → Read More

Several reported biking fatalities in June has Canadians talking bike safety

With fatalities in Quebec, Ontario and Alberta this month alone, are Canadians doing what they can to reduce the number of deaths due to cycling? → Read More

Cataracts don’t just happen in older populations – younger people get them too

June is Cataract Awareness Month and experts want Canadians of all ages to keep up their eye health. Here's what you need to know about cataracts. → Read More

Canada’s summer job outlook: Indeed Canada reveals this year’s most wanted jobs

Indeed Canada reveals what Canada's summer job market looks like, as well as the top 10 most wanted summer jobs in the country. → Read More

One-third of young Canadian women can’t afford menstrual products, report finds

A poll of 2,000 women by Plan International Canada finds that "period poverty" is a real issue in Canada, and the organization wants to bring it to light. → Read More

Hate your job but can’t quit? This could be why

How worth it is it to stay in a job you hate? It depends on what may be keeping you there. → Read More

9 signs your employer may be going out of business – and what you should do

Should you stay until the end, or get out as soon as possible? Career experts give their take on what you should do should your company be on its way out. → Read More

Looking for an in-demand job in Canada? Try being a dental hygienist or barista

Indeed reveals the list of 10 jobs that are seeing a spike in demand – and many of them are in the healthcare and food and beverage industries. → Read More

Common mistakes parents make when giving their child a time-out – and how to fix them

time-outs remain a go-to tool for many parents while some say it doesn't work. Parenting experts discuss the new ways of giving time-outs today. → Read More

How much is too much protein – and can over consumption hurt your health?

Some fad diets really put an emphasis on meat, but is that healthy and are you getting the most benefits out of protein with these diets? → Read More

Meghan Markle’s wedding disaster – how to fix it and 5 other wedding-day dilemmas

Wedding days rarely go according to plan. Here's what you and your spouse can do should you run into these common wedding problems. → Read More

What cracking your knuckles actually does to your bones and joints

Is cracking your knuckles harmful to your bones and joints or is it just an annoying habit? Here's what an expert says. → Read More

Meeting your in-laws for the first time? Here are the dos and don’ts

Whether your Prince Harry and Meghan Markle or a commoner, meeting your in-laws for the first time can be scary. Here's how to make a good first impression. → Read More

Multiple sclerosis in Canada: Understanding why MS rates are the highest here

Canada has the world's highest rate of MS, yet it remains a mystery to many. Here's what you need to know about it and why it's known as Canada's disease. → Read More

Reality check: Is being ‘hangry’ a real emotional response?

Is being "hangry" just a fun word the internet made up, or is there actually something happening in your body when you starve it? → Read More