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Make 2014 the Year You Commit to Getting Financially Fit and Healthy

Jane Blaufus | Posted 02.28.2014 | Canada Living
Jane Blaufus

This New Year as you make your resolutions, commit to making one that will get you healthy and fit -- financially. While setting personal resolutions have become second nature, the New Year should also be the time each of us sits down with family. Talk about what your financial goals are in 2014 and what you need to have in place to ensure that your family is protected and aware.

What Dads Want on Father's Day

Sharon Vinderine | Posted 08.13.2013 | Canada Living
Sharon Vinderine

We conducted one survey asking dad what he hopes to receive for Fathers Day and one survey asking mom what she believed her husband wanted for fathers day and with over 600 responses, believe it or not...you actually agreed on something for a change!

"Daddy, Where Do Babies Come From?"

Brandon Hay | Posted 06.25.2013 | Canada Living
Brandon Hay

Sooner or later, and usually at the most inappropriate time, some version of The Question ("Where do babies come from?") will emerge from your child's lips. Whatever the inspiration, our responses as Black Daddies tend to oscillate between evasion and deliberate vagueness ("Go ask your mother....").

Bad Daddy vs. Father Of The Year

Tetsuro Shigematsu | Posted 12.30.2012 | Canada British Columbia
Tetsuro Shigematsu

Buy your kids only the toys that you were deprived of as a child. For me, that was Star Wars. My childhood lightsaber was a cardboard wrapping paper tube. Two whacks and it went flaccid. My kids on the other hand have every lightsaber imaginable, from the telescopic cheapies, to official lightsaber replicas with authentic LucasFilm® sound effects. Sure they cry when I wallop them too hard, but painful is the path of the Jedi.

Am I Dad Enough?

Joshua Ostroff | Posted 08.15.2012 | Canada Living
Joshua Ostroff

The Mommy Wars flared up again last month in time for Mother's Day, thanks to that insta-infamous Time magazine cover of the pretty blonde provocatively breastfeeding her almost-four-year-old beside the inflammatory headline: "Are You Mom Enough?" It talked about attachment parenting, but mostly in the context of mothers.