A new survey of more than 1,500 ParentsCanada readers shows that almost three-quarters consider themselves role models for healthy living for their children. But many face challenges such as cost and lack of time when it comes to being active, eating well and managing a healthy lifestyle.
Nearly twenty years after the introduction of the M-Class – a vehicle that revolutionized the luxury SUV market – Mercedes has decided rebrand all the SUVs in its line-up so they all start with the letter G.
But picnics are making a comeback - instead of jockeying for position on the patio, go find yourself a patch of grass. You'd be surprised how many foods are perfectly portable.
Children with autism often have difficulties communicating, tantrums, and aggression issues, and they don’t stop on Mother’s Day. Along with everyday parent duties, many also deal with sleep disorders, bedwetting for years and cooking special diets.
Besides concerts, recording, and raising two boys under three, she’s also teamed up with President’s Choice to introduce Babylicious, a mom and baby dining event across Toronto that encourages moms to bring their babies to restaurants.
Parenting is no easy task, and getting a helping hand here and there is always welcome. One sure-fire way to make things a little more stress-free is to introduce smart home technology to your life.
This is a full-on musical with clever and exhausting choreography, beautiful musical arrangements for a small on-stage ensemble, and even some panto-inspired moments from a scene-stealing Wicked Witch of the West.
Spring has sprung! Time to come out of hibernation and embrace the fresh air. Try ditching these indoor activities for some new outdoor ones.
One of the best parts about TIFF Kids is the ability to see short films from around the world, often with the filmmakers in the room. The collections are always a diverse offering yet adhere to a theme. This year’s Learning from Me program brings together two documentaries and three narrative films under the umbrella of how elders and children can come together to learn and teach each other.
Dr. Leonard Sax thinks so, and it’s time parents take note.