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  • Avoid parenting burnout: Why it’s important for parents to take time for themselves
    Parent burnout is a real thing, and if you don't take time for yourself you may also be hurting your family as a whole, parenting experts say.
    Lifestyle
    Nov 21, 2017
  • B.C. to launch ‘circle of care’ for neurodiverse kids but parents have many questions
    The province has given community agencies until July to tender for initial implementation of the program, and contracts are expected to be awarded in the fall.
    Health
    May 16
  • Parents under investigation after letting 6-year-old son run full marathon
    Ben and Kami Crawford revealed that child protective services made an unannounced visit to their home to question the young boy.
    Trending
    May 11
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  • Researchers say they’ve found the reason why infants die from SIDS
    The groundbreaking SIDS research found that a lack of a specific enzyme explains why some babies dies in their sleep.
    Health
    May 13
  • Family members breaking COVID-19 rules? How to step in
    Psychologist Natasha Sharma checks in with 'The Morning Show' with tips on dealing with family and friends who refuse to follow COVID-19 measures.
    Lifestyle
    Nov 12, 2020
  • As inflation surges, Canadians find creative ways to save, cut costs
    The surging cost of living has some Canadians getting creative with how they cut back on spending and save money as inflation hits its highest level in decades.
    Money
    May 12
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  • Opening weekend for treetop trekking in 1000 Islands
    This was opening weekend for the Thousand Island's location of 'tree top trekking' in Mallorytown.
    Entertainment
    May 15
  • Co-parenting in the COVID-19 crisis
    Lisa and Spencer Rufiange are navigating the COVID-19 pandemic as a team. They are separated but remain close as co-parents of their 10-year-old daughter, Madison.
    Canada
    Mar 26, 2020
  • New parental leave policy that includes fathers will arrive earlier than expected, in March 2019
    The Liberals said that moving the date of implementation up by three months, to March 2019, could benefit more than 24,000 people.
    Canada
    Sep 26, 2018
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