Building Empathy in an Online World


There’s no doubt that, with the help of social media, some people boast and lie, spread rumours and behave like bullies online. Of course, the same thing could be said about the typical middle school cafeteria. 

March Break Fun for the Family


An overview of family friendly events to keep the family having fun throughout the March Break. 

Calculating the cost of divorce


In Ontario, more than 40 per cent of marriages end before reaching the 30th anniversary, according to Stats Canada. And, this past month, January, has routinely been the preferred month for couples to start down the road to divorce.

Winter camping 101: An essential guide to enjoying the outdoors in winter


Camping is a beloved Canadian pastime, but booking a popular campsite during the peak summer months can be as challenging as catching rare Pokémon.

Teaching children to spend wisely online and elsewhere


What’s the best way to raise kids who spend money wisely? Most experts recommend finding teachable moments. 

Tips to clear up acne and angst


Waking up with a fresh pimple on photo day may be every 14-year-old’s greatest nightmare, but for teens and tweens struggling with acne day in and day out, the condition can be devastating.

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