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3 Ways To Raise Socially-conscious, Responsible Kids

3 Ways To Raise Socially-conscious, Responsible Kids

You’ll be hard-pressed to find a counter-argument to the popular adage that says parenting is the most difficult job in the world. Ensuring your child has the basic necessities like food, water and education is hard enough. But raising a ...

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5 Tips For Throwing The Perfect Kids’ Birthday Party

5 Tips For Throwing The Perfect Kids’ Birthday Party

Throwing the perfect, unique kids’ birthday party seems to get more difficult every year, with stakes raised by the best party gimmicks going viral through videos, online inspiration boards, and dedicated blogs. Complicating matters is the increasing push to make ...

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Fun Things To Do On A Rainy Day

Fun Things To Do On A Rainy Day

Budget-Friendly Indoor Activities for Kids By Dinah Wulf When the bad weather strikes and the kids get stuck indoors, how often do you hear the words, “I’m bored”? Before you know it, both you and the kids are stir-crazy – it ...

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Strap On Your Helmet: Family Biking 101

Strap On Your Helmet: Family Biking 101

By Abby Quillen Biking is an unbeatable way to get around town. With the annual cost of car ownership and maintenance estimated at $8,698 a year, traveling by bike can save families big bucks.1 It’s also associated with better overall ...

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How To Get Your Kids Geared Up For Camping

How To Get Your Kids Geared Up For Camping

Did you know that a whopping 62% of Canadians say they are planning to camp this summer? No wonder. Enthusiasts insist that vacations in the great outdoors are a great way to make memories that will last a lifetime even ...

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How To Grow A Great Big Graduation Nation

How To Grow A Great Big Graduation Nation

Each year, thousands of Canadians drop out of high school and this number is especially high for youth in low-income communities. Although the average high school dropout rate is low (7 to 13 per cent), this number skyrockets to up ...

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Keep Your Child’s Vaccinations Up-to-date

Keep Your Child’s Vaccinations Up-to-date

(NC) As part of National Immunization Awareness Week which runs April 25th to the 29th, Ontario’s public health doctor is reminding parents to keep their children’s vaccinations current. “Delaying or refusing certain vaccines increases the risk of disease,” says Dr. ...

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