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How to become a greener family one step at a time Green Families Surveys show that Canadians consider the environment and climate change to be their number one concern. But worrying about the environment and actually [...]
Have you ever dreamed of traveling through Europe with your children? Host of The Parent Report radio show, Joanne Wilson decided to make her dream a reality. As the first part of the six part series, [...]
One of the greatest gifts we can give our children is the love of music. Fortunately it doesn’t require expensive lessons and instruments to do this. Singing, even speaking in a sing-song voice to children is [...]
Ideas on how to pack a green lunch for your child. Green Lunches At one time, school lunches created a mountain of garbage every single day. Not so anymore. With a little thought and planning, packing [...]
Are you concerned about your teen’s friends? You may be wondering if the time has come to speak up and express your concerns. Teens & Bad Friends If your teen is getting into a little trouble, [...]
How to reduce your family’s exposure to electro pollution. Electro Pollution Over the past several years there have been concerns raised about electro-magnetic radiation. While there hasn’t been anything conclusive, there is growing concern over what [...]
How teaching our teens to drive can bring us closer to our kids. Teen Driving If there is one thing most teens long to do, it’s learn to drive. And since learning to drive requires the [...]
How many toxins are babies exposed to while in the womb? Toxins in Utero By now, we’re well aware that smoking and drinking during pregnancy are real no-no’s. And because of mercury, avoiding a lot of [...]
If you’re the parent of a teenager, you’ve probably caught yourself lamenting over the fact that you never seem to see your child anymore…not because she’s out with friends, but because she’s spending time alone. Teens [...]
Why it’s so important that children wear helmets. Helmet Safety and Head Injuries Children aged 0 to 4 years, and teens 15 to 19 are at the greatest risk of suffering from a traumatic brain injury, [...]
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