Let’s face it — even on the best of days, life is hectic. The job, the commute, kids’ lunches and sports, the dog needs walking and the car has a flat. And recently, a new wrinkle: you’re worried about your parents.
With a baby on the way, the idea of renovating your home might be the last thing on your mind. Most parents-to-be have probably thought about designing a charming nursery, but upgrading other key areas like the kitchen, flooring and bathroom will be beneficial for the whole family.
Steps to help you discover the insurance policy for your growing family.
There are many reasons millions of people from all over the world come to Canada – opportunity, new beginnings and a welcoming place to raise a family. Finding the right community to raise a family will depend on each family’s particular needs.
Back to school doesn’t have to mean back to the bank.
Janice Biehn, editor of ParentsCanada magazine, talks about what your child's allowance can teach them.
During these times of economic uncertainty, teaching kids to be financially literate is more important than ever.
Raising a family costs money, but with some planning, you can spend yours wisely.
There are lots of different ways to save for your children's and grandchildren's future. BetterLivingTv.ca explores one option that provides flexibility and may be right for you.