Single Mothers

Black Children Need Better Parents, Not Schools

Ike Awgu | Posted 03.09.2014 | Canada
Ike Awgu

The Toronto Star and other publications have touted the success of Ontario's Africentric school system. The problem is, one would expect higher test scores and improved behaviour from students who attend such a school, as the program will self-select parents who care more about their children and are engaged in their education. The fact is, as confirmed in countless studies, that the collapse of the black family within a segment of the black community is the primary reason so many of our children fall through the cracks of society, to be broken against the hard, unbending steel of racism, prejudice, failure and depression. No amount of "specialty schools" can change that.

What Happens When Mom Earns More

r/ally | Posted 08.11.2013 | Canada Living
r/ally

When the Pew Research Center released their report on Breadwinner Moms, the results of their survey were nothing short of controversial: In 40 per cent of households in the United States with children under 18 years, mothers were the ones who were bringing in the money -- either as the sole or primary breadwinner for the family.

One Single Mother's Rocket to Business Fame

Shannon Skinner | Posted 03.16.2013 | Canada Business
Shannon Skinner

2012-06-18-ShannonSkinner.jpg It was while working in brand marketing for packaged goods companies that Sandler, a single mother of four young children, felt there was a lack of the kind of market intelligence she desired, so she opened her own company...

Rachel Mendleson

Canada Jobs And The Long View On Single Mothers, Retirees and Youth

HuffingtonPost.com | Rachel Mendleson | Posted 10.05.2011 | Canada Business

Since the bottom fell out on the world’s economy in 2008, investors have pored over Canada's monthly job gains and losses, searching for a glimmer o...

Mothers and Daughters: Can Your Mother Give You a Happy Life?

Emily Zinnemann | Posted 08.22.2011 | Canada
Emily Zinnemann

Mother and daughter relationships are complicated, in no small part because we are all growing up together. Any mother who does the best she can is good enough -- more than good enough.