Katie Dupuis, Editor-in-Chief

Katie Dupuis, Editor-in-Chief
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Katie Dupuis is a veteran of the magazine industry in Canada. With two little girls at home she is deep in the parenting trenches, and has a passion for supporting other moms and dads with top-notch content.

What Not to Say to a Single Parent During COVID

When my marriage fell apart 18 months ago, I felt a lot of big things: grief, grief and more grief, fear, relief, worry (oh so much worry), hope, sadness, anger…I could go on and on. And in the months that followed, I felt like I was on...

These Education Apps Have Extended Their Free Trials

As much of the country continues to learn from home, we’re all looking for ways to engage our kids in something other than YouTube and TikTok (well, that’s my house at least. If I have to watch another compilation of people dressed up as Teen Titans characters,...

An Adventure in Fatherhood in Quarantine

It's an adventure in fatherhood in quarantine. Read on for how one dad is using the time at home with his kids to teach life skills.

Making the Most of It: Celebrations in Isolation

Even in physical distancing, there we will always be life events to acknowledge. So how can we celebrate while remaining physically distant? We've got the goods!

Rock Art Cacti

Perfect as an afternoon craft project and to give as gifts, these rock art cuties are a fun way for kids (and parents) to flex their creative muscles.

5 Ways to Help Kids Stay Connected During Physical Distancing

We’ve rounded up five from-a-distance ways to help your rugrats stay connected. Together apart, y’know?

Tear-Jerker Timelapse: Watch This Baby Age, From 0 to 18

Watch the daughter of Dutch filmmaker Frans Hofmeester age from 0 to 18 and just try not to cry. We dare you.

Nostalgia Meets Family Time at McDonald’s Canada Family Nights

There are some things that are ingrained in your memory from your earliest years.

5 ways to throw an outdoor winter birthday party

An outdoor winter birthday party can be just as fun as a summer one. Sure, it might be a bit colder, but there's still plenty of fun to be had. Here are our fave ideas.

A New Tradition

At the end of a difficult year, our editor-in-chief Katie Dupuis is starting a new tradition with her girls -- one that has deep roots in her memories.