Summer Fun

28 Delicious Ways To Cook And Serve Steak

The Huffington Post Canada | Joy D'Souza | Posted 06.30.2016 | Canada Living

Grill, baby, grill!

Think Second-Hand To Save On Your Summer Adventures

Shawn McIntyre | Posted 06.29.2016 | Canada Business
Shawn McIntyre

Like many, I know summer is here when my calendar starts to fill up with a variety of activities -- barbecues, sporting events, patio time, family road trips, picnics and cottage time. Who doesn't want to take advantage of this time of year before the Canadian winter takes hold again? But, there's a hitch -- cost.

23 Recipes To Try The Next Time You Go Camping

The Huffington Post Canada | Joy D'Souza | Posted 06.17.2016 | Canada Living

Including ice cream!

Autism Friendly Attractions For Toronto Families

Julie M Green | Posted 06.15.2016 | Canada Parents
Julie M Green

Nowadays, businesses are not only more aware of autism, some are willingly offering special accommodations. They are meeting families where they're at -- so kids like mine can enjoy what's on offer along with everybody else. The following autism friendly attractions is by no means exhaustive, and I would love nothing better than to see this list grow.

21 Healthy Snacks To Pack For All Your Summer Events

The Huffington Post Canada | Joy D'Souza | Posted 06.15.2016 | Canada Living

Eating healthy has never looked (or tasted) this good.

If You Live in the Beaches, Don't Complain About the Noise

Peter Worthington | Posted 10.01.2012 | Canada Living
Peter Worthington

While one can be sympathetic with Kate Wise's desire to live quietly and peacefully in her condo on the boardwalk off Toronto's Woodbine beach, it's also puzzling why she chose to live where it was obvious people would gather in summer. Just as we can talk about the weather without having the power to change it, so people will continue coming to the beaches regardless those who want solitude. That's just the way it is.

School Is Out... Now What?

Sara Winter | Posted 09.15.2011 | Canada
Sara Winter

Even the smallest connected moments are the seeds by which everything else grows. Rethinking the way we interact with our kids as they grow older is both exciting and a challenge, so work in small blocks of time with manageable goals.

School's Out: One Teacher's Take on What to Do With Kids

Zein Odeh | Posted 08.30.2011 | Canada
Zein Odeh

Learning over the holidays should happen spontaneously and naturally. It should be a situation where the child is intrinsically motivated to learn something new. Tap into a child's interests and encourage them to explore what inspires them most.