We tell our kids to do their best and have fun, so why doesn’t that logic apply to parents, too?
Help your child deal with the pressures of standardized testing.
Canada’s growing diversity should mean racism is a thing of the past, but that doesn’t seem to be the case. What can parents do to promote acceptance of all colours, cultures and creeds? QUITE A BIT.
My daughter in Grade 5 has brought home a letter from school saying that they will be starting a sex ed unit. What should I expect and how should I handle her questions?
Whether they’re just starting preschool or approaching Grade 12, experts agree it’s never too late to start investing. Here’s how.
Talking to your kids about what they see on TV is important.
The best way to deal with this situation is to talk to your kids about it.
Despite decades of advancements in gender equality, stereotypes persist in today’s media. From overly sexualized female characters on big and small screens, to rampant stories of misogyny in the daily news, parents are navigating a minefield. how can we teach girls – and boys – to tell truth from fiction?
In this digital age, the birds and the bees need a little updating.
With the myriad of financial considerations affecting the lives of Canadians, ensuring that we bring up our kids with the necessary level of financial literacy – the knowledge, skills and confidence to make responsible financial decisions – is absolutely essential.