Passing the torch: Olympians’ stories aim to inspire kids

By Marylene Vestergom By sharing stories of Canadian athletes, the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) hopes its new multimedia series “Pursue”

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Food in a Jar: A great takeaway

Smores in a Jar Mix 1 sleeve graham crackers (about 10 crackers or 1 1/2 cups of crumbs) 6  Peeps

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The Chef Du Jour: How to throw a Delicious Cooking Themed Birthday Party

By Pam Molnar  Does your son or daughter enjoy spending time in the kitchen preparing food for the family? Maybe

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Now that I’m a parent, Facebook is work.

By Malia Jacobson On a recent family trip, I impulsively deleted my phone’s Facebook app to free up space for

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UNICEF index tracks well-being

UNICEF Canada’s One Youth recently launched the Canadian Index of Child and Youth Well-being, a new tool to track progress

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Affording the cost of your kid’s sports

Kids like to play and that’s a good thing. Playing promotes health and fitness and being part of a sports

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Loving fully in an unfair world

By Kathryn Streeter Today, a bird slowly died in front of my children. The impact against our sliding glass doors

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The importance of play

According to the Lego ‘Play Well Report’, families that play more are happier, but even children say they are too

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Screen time tips

By Christian Bennefeld Whereas children’s television watching used to be the topic of heated debates among parents and educators, today

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The brain + body equation

By Christine Davis The benefits of exercise are many and new research from ParticipACTION now shows that students who exercise

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