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Parent Profile: Meet Bruce Sellery

Personal finance expert, keynote speaker and news anchor Bruce Sellery calls Toronto home. Read on to find out his favourite pockets of the city. 

 

 

Make March Break Memories on Lake Rosseau

Now is the time to make memories together.Bring the whole family to JW Marriott The Rosseau Muskoka for March Break or Easter.  

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10 Sugar Bushes To Visit As A Family

There’s nothing sweeter than Canadian maple syrup. What better way to celebrate the arrival of spring than introducing kids to how this iconic Canadian treat is made. Check out the maple syrup activities at these 10 sugar bushes and celebrate the arrival of spring with a sweet, sticky treat.

March Out Of The City For A March Break Staycation!

Looking for some quieter family time, but still want to enjoy the great outdoors? Hockley Valley Resort is a year-round destination specializing in family fun, just 45 minutes north of the GTA.

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8 Winter Activities To Do As A Family In The GTA

There are lots of great winter activities across the GTA to keep everyone busy, like these family-friendly spots.

6 Family-Friendly Holiday Events To Check Out In Toronto

For so many of us, this is the time of year we look for different and festive experiences to share with family and friends. We’ve rounded up some of Toronto's most anticipated holiday offerings, to celebrate the season. 

Parent Profile: Meet Lynzie Kent

Local mom Lynzie Kent sure juggles a lot. She's the creative director of an event planning company, the lead singer of a band, a TV show host, wife and mom. 

6 great places to go apple picking in the GTA

Is there a nicer way to spend a fall weekend with kids than visiting an apple orchard? Think pick-your-own, wagon rides, petting zoos and playgrounds, with a backdrop of beautiful fall foliage and crisp, autumn air. And don’t forget the apple treats!

Amber Mac’s Top 5 Tips for ‘Smart’ Summer Fun

Summertime doesn’t have to mean a vacation from learning and exploration. Tech expert Amber Mac shares her top five tips for smart summer fun that will help fight brain drain while your kids are out of school.

Movies For Mommies: Because Grown-Up Time Is Important Too

To be at our best, moms need to be able to recharge their batteries. Self-care can be as simple as taking time for a manicure or spending an hour at the gym. But with a tot under 12 months in tow, it can be hard to get that break. Enter Movies for Mommies.

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