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Astrology for kids: What to expect from Leo

Born between July 23 and August 22, Leo is a fire sign that is big-hearted and loves to be the centre of attention.

As a parent, it’s ok to ask for help

Whether it’s your first child or your fourth, taking the time to call in your village is a must. Here’s why.

25 Quick-Fire Questions with Sarah Nicole Landry of The Birds Papaya

As an influential voice in the body confidence space, Sarah Nicole Landry (aka The Birds Papaya) brings people together by sharing honestly about her journey of divorce, self-worth, living beyond your body and love. We caught up with the super-popular influencer to ask 25 rapid-fire questions about her career,...

5 Screen-Free Ways to Use Your Smartphone This Summer

Smartphone use isn't all bad, folks! Here are five non-screen ways for your brood to get fun out of your phone this summer.

Are kids forgetting how to play?

Do schoolyard bans and parental paranoia have a lasting effect on our children and how they play?

10 Amazing Indigenous Children’s Books to Add to Your Child’s Library

In honour of National Indigenous History Month, we've rounded up 10 incredible Indigenous children's books about Indigenous culture, by Indigenous authors or acknowledging the Indigenous experience in Canada. With the recent discoveries of unmarked graces at residential school sites across the country, adding these books (and so many others!)...

#UnsilenceTheConversation: Breaking The Stigma Around Miscarriage and Infant Loss

Growing your family can be a beautiful and exciting time, but it’s not always an easy road. An average of one in four pregnancies will end in miscarriage, but this loss is often felt in silence as a couple’s grief goes unspoken. Sometimes, this is because friends and family...

Astrology for kids: What to expect from Cancer

Born between June 21 and July 22, Cancer is a water sign that loves nostalgia, staying home, their family and friends.

How to talk to your kids about traumatic events

Despite our awareness that the world does not feel quite as safe as it did when many of us were young, there are still ways for us to help our children feel protected and safe.

40 must-do summer activities

Summer time and the living is easy. Well, maybe not so easy with kids, but hopefully a bit more laidback. Behold, your essential summer activities checklist. (If we could add a checkmark emoji, we would.)

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