Families, Parenting and Children

Published on Thu, 09/12/2019 by Domino's Pizza of Canada

Domino’s Pizza of Canada® Once Again Partners with SickKids

Domino’s Pizza of Canada® Once Again Partners with SickKids

Every time a Customer Orders the “SickKids Special Offer,” $2 will be donated to SickKids!

Join Dominos Canada on Sunday, September 15th between 11am–4pm (or while supplies last) to help raise money for SickKids!

TECUMSEH, Ontario --/COMMUNITYWIRE/-- On Sunday, September 15, Domino’s Pizza stores in the Greater Toronto Area will be raising “dough” for SickKids Foundation.

Published on Mon, 08/26/2019 by ABC Life Literacy Canada

Family Services of Greater Vancouver is top winner of the Canada Life Literacy Innovation Award

Family Services of Greater Vancouver is top winner of the Canada Life Literacy Innovation Award

Each of the winners have demonstrated that their program has made a positive contribution to the lives of their adult learners as well as the community, and all serve as a model for other organizations to adapt.

TORONTO, August 26, 2019 --/COMMUNITYWIRE/-- ABC Life Literacy Canada (ABC) is pleased to announce the top and honourable mention winners of the 2019 Canada Life Literacy Innovation Award (LIA). The annual award recognizes organizations that develop and implement innovative adult literacy and essential skills programs in communities across Canada.

Published on Thu, 08/22/2019 by ABC Life Literacy Canada

New financial literacy program available for people with diverse abilities

New financial literacy program available for people with diverse abilities

Like many students, Jenna Martinuzzi wasn't taught how to spend wisely or budget her money in school. So, when her mother suggested she take part in a pilot program designed to teach students with various abilities about everything from how interest works to the basics of daily banking opportunities, Martinuzzi jumped at the opportunity.

Published on Thu, 08/22/2019 by ABC Life Literacy Canada

ABC Life Literacy Canada introduces new Money Matters workbooks for people with diverse abilities

ABC Life Literacy Canada introduces new Money Matters workbooks for people with diverse abilities

Toronto, August 22, 2019 —/COMMUNITYWIRE/— ABC Life Literacy Canada (ABC) is pleased to announce it is adding to its suite of Money Matters financial literacy programs. Money Matters for People with Diverse Abilities is launching nationally with three workbooks available for download at www.abcmoneymatters.ca. The workbooks can be used by anyone teaching financial literacy programming.

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“Ensuring Canadian investment firms and their advisors have regulatory certainty will help them do the right thing – because Canadian investors want this level of protection, and advisors as well as firms want to be able to offer it.”

One in five older Canadians is subject to elder financial abuse and every six minutes, a Canadian is diagnosed with dementia – this according to CARP, the country’s largest advocacy association for older Canadians. However, financial vulnerability is not necessarily linked to age. Anyone – a parent, sibling, neighbour, colleague – can become vulnerable at any age because of trauma, a major life change, or a medical condition. Additionally, those with less financial literacy or knowledge are often vulnerable.

Published on Wed, 07/10/2019 by Healthy Times

Healthy Times Announces Expanded Distribution in Canada and Disrupts Baby Teether Category

Healthy Times Announces Expanded Distribution in Canada and Disrupts Baby Teether Category

Premium organic nutrition brand for babies and kids accelerates North American sales with national grocery and e-commerce distribution in Canada, and debuts new Organic Baby Teethers and Hugga Bear Cookie Snack Packs

Healthy Times, a premium, verified Non-GMO, organic nutrition brand for babies and kids, announced its expanded distribution in Canada nationally and online as part of the brand’s mission to widen access to healthy and nutritious food for children.

Published on Wed, 06/26/2019 by ABC Life Literacy Canada

ABC Life Literacy Canada releases two new Money Matters videos

ABC Life Literacy Canada releases two new Money Matters videos

TORONTO, June 26, 2019 – /COMMUNITYWIRE/ – National literacy organization ABC Life Literacy Canada (ABC) has just released two new videos relating to its Money Matters program – an introductory financial literacy course targeted at adult literacy learners. The videos highlight the success of two program adaptations: Money Matters for Indigenous Peoples and Money Matters for Newcomers and New Canadians.

Published on Wed, 06/26/2019 by ABC Life Literacy Canada

Financial literacy program proving to be effective in minority communities

Financial literacy program proving to be effective in minority communities

“We’ve seen the proven success of financial literacy programs when they’re tailored to the needs of individual communities, which is why we’re excited to be expanding the Money Matters program even more.”

Statistically speaking, new immigrants and Indigenous Peoples are more likely to face financial stress. In fact, some studies suggest that as many as 15% of individuals in Aboriginal communities may not even have a bank account. For newcomers to Canada, the challenge is very different. While a high proportion of new immigrants are well-educated, many struggle to find work, thus hindering their earning capabilities. Enter ABC Life Literacy Canada.

Published on Thu, 06/20/2019 by Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA)

Safety Day Events Continue to Build Safety in Rural Communities

Safety Day Events Continue to Build Safety in Rural Communities

Applications due July 15, 2019 for 2020 Safety Day Events

WINNIPEG, Manitoba, June 20, 2019 –/COMMUNITYWIRE/– Over 15,000 children, adults and volunteers took part in 67 Progressive Agriculture Safety Day® events in Canada in 2018. Since 2002, CASA has been working with the Progressive Agriculture Foundation to support farm safety education for rural Canadian youth through Safety Day events.

Published on Thu, 06/20/2019 by Scouts Canada

Be “Head Safe” this summer with helpful tips to protect against head injury from outdoor experts Scouts Canada and Hydro One

Be “Head Safe” this summer with helpful tips to protect against head injury from outdoor experts Scouts Canada and Hydro One

Recognizing the signs of head injuries and taking precautions to prevent them is essential to enjoying outdoor adventures. That’s why Scouts Canada and Hydro One have teamed up to inspire others to work safe, live safe and play safe.

Summer is finally here, marking the end of school for millions of young people in Canada and the peak season for camping, cycling, paddling, rock climbing and many other sports and adventurous activities. While these activities are fun, it is important to prevent the possibility of injury for kids and adults alike, by keeping head safety tips top of mind.

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