Family Day

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This Is What Family Means To Us

We are very fortunate that we live in Canada, more so Toronto, where we feel it is a progressive, open, accepting city. It is legal for gay people to live freely, marry whomever they love, and start a family. We are a family, just like any family out there. It is not OK to harass anyone based on their sexual orientation or for any other reason.
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Canada Family Day Top Destinations 2015

Family Day is right around the corner and is, of course, all about spending time with loved ones and taking advantage of the long weekend. What better way to do that then to take a quick mini-vacation! Here's a look at the top five most popular domestic destinations over the holiday weekend, along with some fantastic things to do in each city.
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On Family Day, Improve Your Fitness Together

Start with one family walk or run per week. During the holidays, when everyone is at home from school or work, add another one in. Have someone volunteer to make a schedule and stick it to the refrigerator door or entrance to your home. Don't discourage anyone from getting out on their own but save one special walk or run as a family.
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Worst Family Day, Ever

While most British Columbians will be off work for the province’s first-ever Family Day holiday on Monday, thousands of workers aren't getting a long weekend. When Christy Clark announced the creatio...
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B.C. Announces New Holiday

VANCOUVER - Dust off the skis, get out the toque and find the hiking boots — B.C. officially has a holiday in February.Family Day will now fall on the second Monday of every February starting in 2013,...
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The Kids in Jerusalem Are All Right

This is a space for both Israeli and Arab students to coexist at school and at home. The conversations at Project Harmony in Jerusalem usually start organically because, after all, the campers were born into the conflict: sixty years of failed peace treaties, losses on both sides, destruction of lives and heartbreaking stories.

How to Con Your Parents into Listening to You

The thing is, most of the time teens are fine with not being listened to by their parents. But here's the problem: What happens when you really need them to? You see, all your training in getting them to ignore you isn't going to come in handy. You're, like, the kid who yelled woof! Or barked, or something.