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Keeps you up-to-date with the family-friendly programs, services and events North of Toronto.

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Family Sized Blender

Family Sized Blender shares the triumphs (and adversities) of raising six kids who are part of five different families. Creative director Jason Thomson takes readers into the exhausting, yet exhilarating adventures of a great big blended family.

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In The Kitchen With Julie

Join our food editor, Julie Van Rosendaal, as she navigates mealtimes and creates delicious dishes in her home kitchen in Calgary, Alberta, with her husband, 7 year old son, large dog, and extended circle of family and friends.

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Toddler Tales

Toddler Tales tackles the trials and tribulations of life with a toddler. Laugh and cringe with Managing Editor Amy Bielby as this new mom documents raising her baby girl (and how she grows along with her).

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The ABCs of Teens

The ABCs of Teens takes readers on an alphabetical romp through the teenage years. Editor Janice Biehn shares her experiences raising two daughters, ages 13 and 16, as they navigate high school and what lies ahead.

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Latest Blog Posts
  • Butter Basics

    Butter Basics

    Your butter questions, answered - salted or unsalted? And how to soften it quickly when you have the urge to bake?

    By Julie Van Rosendaal
    Posted April 11, 2016
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  • Have Kids, will Travel: Jack London Historic Park

    Have Kids, will Travel: Jack London Historic Park

    Jack London State Historic Park is a beautiful, educational destination and makes a perfect afternoon trip for families.

    By Julie Van Rosendaal
    Posted April 04, 2016
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  • Soup Sisters Call-out for Kids' Recipes

    Soup Sisters Call-out for Kids' Recipes

    This fall, the Soup Sisters are releasing their third cookbook - a compilation of recipes contributed by Canadian kids. If you're between the ages of 8-16, they want to hear from you!

    By Julie Van Rosendaal
    Posted March 30, 2016
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  • Lemon Meringue Pie

    Lemon Meringue Pie

    Lemon meringue pie is a favourite around our house - and perfectly wintery-springy for celebrating Pi day on 3.14!

    By Julie Van Rosendaal
    Posted March 12, 2016
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  • How to Pack a Winter Picnic

    How to Pack a Winter Picnic

    Winter is a great time to pack a picnic - here are some tips to make your food good to go, whether you're heading out to skate, ski, snowshoe or just experience the great (cold) outdoors.

    By Julie Van Rosendaal
    Posted March 07, 2016
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  • Chicken Fingers on a Stick

    Chicken Fingers on a Stick

    Chicken satay are really like chicken fingers on a stick - minus the crunchy coating.

    By Julie Van Rosendaal
    Posted February 22, 2016
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  • Creamy Coconut Cake

    Creamy Coconut Cake

    One of my favourite cakes to make for special occasions is creamy coconut, with toasted coconut on top. For coconut lovers!

    By Julie Van Rosendaal
    Posted February 14, 2016
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  • Cream Scones

    Cream Scones

    When I have cream in my fridge that's starting to reach its prime, I bake a batch of scones.



    By Julie Van Rosendaal
    Posted February 07, 2016
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  • Earls Tuna Tostadas

    Earls Tuna Tostadas

    This week, Earls launched a new series of cooking videos, starting with their already famous tuna tostadas. They're easy to make at home!

    By Julie Van Rosendaal
    Posted February 01, 2016
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  • Painted Sugar Cookies

    Painted Sugar Cookies

    We've been baking these painted sugar cookies since we were kids - paintbrushes are far easier to handle than icing bags, there's far less mess, and the "paint" bakes on to a smooth, colourful sheen - perfect for giving or hanging on the tree!

    By Julie Van Rosendaal
    Posted December 21, 2015
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