Tag: children

Parent Workshop Wrap-Up: Untying the Legal Knot

We would like to thank our parents for attending last night’s workshop on “Untying the Legal Knot.” It was a great session and an opportunity for parents to ask questions and to learn more about the legal issues that are encountered during separation and divorce, to demystify […]

Parent Workshop Wrap-Up: Creating a Warm and Respectful Parent-Child Relationship Through the “Éducoeur Method”

Parent Workshop Wrap-Up: Creating a Warm and Respectful Parent-Child Relationship Through the “Éducoeur Method”

We would like to thank our parents for attending last night’s workshop on “Making Discipline as Simple as Child’s Play.”  It was a great session and an opportunity for parents to ask questions and to learn about the “Éducoeur method” (French only Website). We would […]

Finalists Announced for the 2017 Canadian Children’s Book Centre Awards

Finalists Announced for the 2017 Canadian Children’s Book Centre Awards

Looking for some beautifully written and illustrated books to read with your tot or maybe some great reads for your teen? The Canadian Children’s Book Centre (CCBC) recently announced the finalists for their eight major awards for Canadian children’s books. The nominated books exemplify some […]

Snapchat Maps Putting Youth At Risk Of Predators

Snapchat Maps Putting Youth At Risk Of Predators

A new map feature of the popular Snapchat photo-messaging app has some police and privacy advocates concerned that predators could use the app to get a dangerous amount of information about children. Snap Maps allows users to display their location on a map and share […]

Violence and maltreatment: Are Quebec’s youngest children safe from harm?

According to the latest report published by the Observatoire des tout-petits , “Violence and maltreatment: Are Quebec’s youngest children safe from harm?” there has been a steady rise in the maltreatment of young children aged 0-5 in Quebec since 2007.  In 2015-2016, the Directors of Youth Protection in […]

Concussion & Brain Injuries in Canadian Children and Youth

Do  you know the top 5 sports and recreational activities responsible for concussions and other brain injuries? The Public Health Agency of Canada’s Concussion & Brain Injuries in Canadian Children and Youth Data Blog features an interactive open-source tool that provides an interactive snapshot of brain […]