Monday, May 7, 2012

The Variety Of Women Magazines In Canada

With so many magazines on the market, it is easy to find something geared specifically to all kinds of interests and demographics. For instance, women magazines continue to be very popular with all kinds of readers. Magazines geared toward women vary from health to fashion to celebrities. There are many women magazines targeted to teens and baby boomers as well as families and self-help. Many of these are Canadian magazines that either originates in the country or that are targeted to Canadians all over the world.

In fact, Zoomer, the voice of the Canadian Association of Retired Persons, targets Canadians over 45 with information on various subjects such as beauty, culture, fashion, grooming, health, longevity, personal finance, sex and travel. Along with fun and informative views on pop culture, fashion, food and wine, Zoomer also features policy advocating on issues relevant to those who are retired or reaching retirement age as well as serious discussions on aging. Many well-known writers such as Sally Armstrong, Arthur Black, Marni Jackson, John Lorinc, Gordon Pape and Elizabeth Renzetti bring their views and expertise to the table.

Women with a penchant for fashion may enjoy one of Canada's premier fashion magazines, Flare. Within its pages, women can find beauty tips for hair makeup and skin along with health and fitness information. Celebrity profiles accompany fashion news from both Canadian and international designers and one can find out where to shop for those new products reviewed in the magazine. Furthermore, every month Flare offers giveaways and grab bags to many lucky readers.

Other women magazines such as Hello, keep readers in touch with their favorite Canadian and international celebrities. This glossy, oversized weekly takes readers inside celebrity lives with lively, upbeat stories and colorful photos inside their homes. This magazine also follows the lives of royal families all over the world, particularly the British royal family. Those who like to be up close and personal with the glitterati may most enjoy Hello!

One of Canada's most popular women magazines is Chatelaine. This monthly focuses more on everyday living with food and drink recipes for a special occasion or any other time. It also features health and wellness advice and in-depth features of women telling their personal stories along with advice on taking care of the home on all its fronts. Pop culture aficionados can find the latest information in books, films and shows while fashionistas can get ideas on beauty, fashion and home decor.

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