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- 08/20/17--04:00: A guide for the best back-to-school backpacks
- 08/27/17--04:00: Back to school: Let the anxiety begin
- 09/01/17--04:00: Emotions play a huge role in the 'Freshman 15'
- 09/07/17--04:00: Time to hit the books for International Literacy Day
- 09/17/17--04:00: Male suicide: Many suffer in silence
- 09/24/17--04:00: How far should you go for friendship?
- 10/06/17--04:00: How to dress for the outdoors without sacrificing style
- 10/08/17--04:00: Age is just a number, according to Dr. Frieda Birnbaum
- 10/15/17--02:00: What we love, what we eat: The difference between pets and animals
What with all the back-to-school messaging everywhere, many kids already feel like they have the weight of the world on their shoulders. Throw in a heavy backpack and they’re not only lugging around a painful load, but a potentially dangerous one too.
In theory, August is a blissful reprieve from the stress of the homework, academic pressure and social scrutiny. Not anymore!
Going to university brings lots of gains – new friendships, knowledge, clubs and freedom.
There’s a crisis in Canadian classrooms – children are going to school hungry.
Wanna feed feed your kids bodies, minds and imaginations? Buy them a book. Or just read to them - books give kids the opportunity to explore, dream and learn, yet 25% of Canadian households don’t have a single book in them. Add to that 30% of grade three students lack basic literacy skills.
Silence is deadly.
Friendship is about giving and receiving but just how far would you go for a friend? A part of your liver? Would you give a kidney?
Instead of staring down at your phone take a moment and look up: It's autumn! Ignore your default mode to curl up on the couch as cool temperatures take over.
Age is just a number – and Dr. Frieda
Birnbaum certainly isn’t counting. She
had twins at the age of 60. At 65 she
reinvented herself and launched a
career as a media psychologist. At 70
she’s about to release her third book,
Shattering the Mold, about stepping
outside of the box, and is planning a
reality TV show with her 10-year-old
We spend hours every week being entertained on social media by fat cats, adorable puppies and silly hamsters. YouTube’s endless stream of cuteness is posted ad nauseam and consumed voraciously.