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Meet the Mompreneur of the Year: Andrea Iervella and SchoolWorx

Andrea has always been one of those moms who couldn't bear to throw out any of her kids’ artwork. So SchoolWorx was born.

Mompreneur 2015 conference another success

There’s no stopping Canada’s mompreneurs!

Meet Canada’s Kindest Kid Na’ama

The votes are in and it’s unanimous: Canada has some pretty sweet kids. We were so impressed by the top three, we wanted to share their stories with you.

 

JK students eligible for free glasses with visit to the optometrist

According to statistics, more than one in four Ontario children have vision problems, yet only one in 10 see an optometrist before age four.  This summer, Eye See…Eye Learn is hoping to change that.

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Healthy Me Week launch a rousing success!

On Monday, June 2, University of Toronto’s Varsity Stadium was filled with students, this time of the much younger variety. About 250 kids in grades four to six gathered for our Healthy Me Week launch event, to learn how to Get Up, Fuel Up and Own Up. TV personalities from...

New vaccination requirements for Ontario

New requirements for Ontario children between the ages of four and 17 mean that three vaccines that were formerly optional are now mandatory.

The Wiggles perform at ParentsCanada’s toy testing event

Australian children’s entertainers The Wiggles are used to playing sold-out arenas filled with thousands of children, but on August 15 they performed to a much smaller audience at our annual toy testing event at SickKids Hospital.

Join the family fun at Kids’ CBC Days

ParentsCanada invites you to bring your kids to attend Kids’ CBC Days, a fun family event hosted by our partners, CBC, on July 18 and 19. 

Healthy Me Week launch event a success!

ParentsCanada is proud to be a founding partner of Healthy Me Week, which celebrates its second year June 2-8. To launch the event, participating media gathered at the Oakville YMCA on May 29 and taught some local students the Healthy Me Week mantra: Get up, Fuel up and Own up.

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