The holiday season is a time to gather and celebrate with family. In recent years, families have become more and more diverse, particularly regarding faith. For example, data from the Pew Research Center indicates that 46 per cent of Jewish
Made-for-TV movies often depict holiday shopping in the best possible light. The story’s protagonist wanders into the town centre and easily finds everything on his or her list at a series of perfectly decorated local boutiques that have nary a
Individuals must juggle many different responsibilities on a daily basis. Those with full- or part-time jobs, children, spouses or partners, or aging family members that require assistance, will often find they are pulled in different directions. In many cases, work
By: Marylene Vestergom Consider two and a half minutes jammed packed with stunts with athletes flying through the air, including intricate pyramids resembling a carefully designed game of Jenga. While you're at it, throw in a few jumps and tumbling moves
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By Jane Muller We’ve just had a discussion amongst our team at City Parent as to what our Halloween costume theme will be this year. There’s an annual competition in the office that we share with staff of other Metroland publications.
By Patrick Ens The back-to-school shopping rush can be an extremely stressful time for kids and adults alike. Children want the newest phones, shoes and clothes for their first day – and adults will often do everything they can to
By Jane Muller A recent bout of spring cleaning fever revealed a stash of Mother’s Day cards crafted by my boys when they were younger that had been tucked away in a drawer. The sentiments expressed, the “penmanship” and the artistry were
By Christine Davis Since the use of child car safety seats became law in the mid-1980s, they’ve been filling landfills as they become damaged, expired, or no longer needed. In 2017, not-for-profit organization Green Propeller Recycling Limited conducted research showing that car
With the holiday season fast approaching, eBay Canada offers the following insights on Canadian consumers, specifically parents. GIFTS CANADIANS ARE WISHING FOR THIS YEAR The top types of gifts Canadians would like to receive are ones that are thoughtful (32%) or useful
By Christine Davis Between new clothes and school supplies, parents can spend a small fortune getting their kids ready to go back to school. Shopping thrift is one way to save without sacrificing quality or style. Offering thousands of new items every weekday,
Many of us take for granted the things that make a house a home. Much more than just four walls and a floor, we pride ourselves on our homes and consider them a personal reflection of who we are.