Month: March 2020

Workers are risking their health to fulfill our online orders. And how do we know these packages are virus-free? The lure of my idle browser window is overwhelming. It blinks and beckons me to buy all of the hand-poured candles,  luxury loungewear and leggings that cost more than the average person’s monthly utility bill. But
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Who qualifies and how to apply for COVID-19-related financial support. Given the health recommendations to stay home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and with schools and child care centres closed, many working moms and dads suddenly find themselves stay-at-home parents, without their usual sources of income or ability to work. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has
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Image: Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE Kanya Rashi is the sixth astrological sign in Vedic astrology. The sign is represented by a maiden and corresponds to the Virgo zodiac sign of western astrology. According to astrology, individuals born under Kanya Rashi are recommended to have names beginning with the sounds of”Pa,” “Tha,” “To,” and “Sha.” In
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There’s a lot on a parent’s to-do list, and playing with your kid doesn’t always make it to the top. But play is important for your kid’s development, and getting down on their level to goof off for a few minutes can actually shave some of the stress off your day. It’s a win-win. We
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Many experts point out significant concerns about amber teething necklaces and bracelets. Here’s what you need to know. When your baby or toddler is teething, sometimes those wee teeth poke through without a lot of drama, but other times you’re in for night-time wake-ups, all-day fussing and one cranky kiddo. No wonder you start looking
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In partnership with Royal Roads University  Photo: Stocksy Parenting is a balancing act; add continuing education to an already toppling list of lunch prep, birthday parties and temper tantrums, and it could feel as though the scales have tipped. But as many parents who went back to school know, the time and effort is well
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All those favours from Grandma come at a cost. Louise Soares* knew that childcare options were notoriously scarce in her part of the city. After failing to find a daycare solution that worked for both her toddler and kindergarten-aged kids, she turned to the grandparents. Soares’ parents and in-laws had been helping with the kids
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