Janice Biehn, editor of ParentsCanada, offers tips on what to do with your family on March Break.
Winter can be harsh in Montreal so it’s often not top of mind for families to consider for a March break getaway, but we found an abundance of great activities (along with, yes, heaps of snow) to keep kids happily engaged, whether they’re little tykes or easily bored teens. An added bonus: we got to feel a wee bit culturally superior by brushing up on our French.
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"Expecting Sunshine” documentary to be released in 2016 thanks to crowd-funding.
FlightHub reviews all the different things both solo travellers and families can do in Montreal to help inform travellers about attractions within the city. Using this data we ranked our top five favourite Winter attractions for families in Montreal.
There's a saying in my family: Canada is a cold country but its citizens are the warmest.…
ParentsCanada had the chance to catch up with Jane to talk Christmas, hosting parties, and, of course, stinks.
Smashing the old adage that you can’t teach an old dog new tricks… enter the new Jeep Renegade. First impressions will tell you this isn’t your grandpa’s Jeep.
CBC, W Network and YTV have holiday programming that will keep Canadians in the festive spirit all season long.
There's no time like the holidays to bring together your closest friends for a night of fun, a little bit of debauchery and a whole lot of laughs with these adults-only party games.