Buzz-word parenting, what to do?

Buzz-word parenting, what to do?

Helicopter parenting. Tiger parenting. Free-range parenting. These are buzz-words we hear all the time that are supposed to describe the “best” approaches for parents to take raising their children. We all want the best for our children and parents happily and eagerly adopt the latest, greatest advice. Even governments enact legislation that promotes one approach […]

We make them, you take them

We make them, you take them

The reality of mothers who give birth in care There is a well-known connection between teen pregnancy and child protection services.  Girls who spend time in the care of child protection services have higher rates of teenage pregnancy and teenage mothers are more likely to have their child taken into care. Teenage mothers who give […]

Including the family in children’s literacy education

Including the family in children’s literacy education

Almost nine million Canadians can’t read well enough to perform everyday tasks   In Canada, two out of five adults – that’s nearly nine million people – cannot read well enough to perform everyday tasks. Reading difficulties start early. It is very well established that children who are not reading well by the end of […]

Providing benefits not burdens

Providing benefits not burdens

“What gets measured gets done”

“What gets measured gets done”

Despite the fanfare, the medical benefits of marijuana remain experimental for many conditions

Despite the fanfare, the medical benefits of marijuana remain experimental for many conditions

Why Canada should invest in emergency care for children

Why Canada should invest in emergency care for children

Pharmacare for kids

Pharmacare for kids

In the fight for kids’ attention, parents don’t stand a chance

In the fight for kids’ attention, parents don’t stand a chance

Why Manitoba needs to invest in its children

Why Manitoba needs to invest in its children

To thrive economically, Manitoba needs young people. Fortunately, our relatively high birth rate — around 1.93 for every 1000 women — combined with favourable immigration trends means that Manitoba’s population will continue to grow.

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