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SENĆOŦEN leader MENEŦIYE Elliot teaches a forgotten language to the next generation

In the wake of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, First Nations parents and activists work to erase the legacy of residential schools and look to the future.

Fallon Melander of Wikwemikong First Nation helps native students in Toronto understand the law

In the wake of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, First Nations parents and activists work to erase the legacy of residential schools and look to the future.


Emilea Saadeh helps First Nations people in Edmonton on a path to healing, one friend at a time

In the wake of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, activists work to erase the legacy of residential schools.


Canadian children answer the call to welcome Syrian refugee children

  There's a saying in my family: Canada is a cold country but its citizens are the warmest. (My parents immigrated from humid sub-tropical Pakistan.) The sentiment is evident in a new video released by World Vision Canada (WVC). When they put out a call they were creating a welcome video...

Black’ish creator Kenya Barris talks about parenting today

Kenya Barris’ childhood was different from the one he’s created in his hit sitcom black-ish, but there are similarities, too.

American Crime screenwriter and director John Ridley on the mystery of parenting. Series premieres tonight

Ever wonder how well you know your children? In the new seriesAmerican Crime, screenwriter and director John Ridley has the answer: You don’t. In the end, parenting is a mystery and you try to teach your kids to be good citizens and keep them safe.

Donal Logue talks about inspiring his teenage sons to be charitable

Donal is as committed to philanthropic causes as his character is to fighting crime.

Alana de la Garza on teaching her kids about real vs fake

Best known for portraying a district attorney on Law & Order, this fall she plays a detective in Forever (on CTV), about an immortal medical examiner. “It’s a bit like House meets Highlander.”

 

Orlando Jones talks about sharing his Southern roots with family

Orlando Jones was living in Los Angeles when he got the call to play Captain Frank Irving in Sleepy Hollow (Mondays, 9 p.m. on Global). The popular TV series about a town haunted by a headless horseman films in North Carolina. It was a bit of a homecoming for the Southern U.S.- born and bred actor. 

 

Dr. Oz on parenting today

He’s no wizard, but Dr. Oz shares his wisdom on living healthy in the 21st century.