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Forum For Young Canadians

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Forum For Young Canadians is a one-week high-impact education that happens on Parliament Hill. It teaches teens about about government, democracy and citizenship. Continue reading

Teaching Children Where Their Food Comes From

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Want your children to understand where their food comes from? Join a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) group. Continue reading

3 on 3 in the 613

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Ottawa’s largest 3-on-3 basketball tournament and Urban Jam is happening at Carleton U October 8. Proceeds support heramission.org and ausomeottawa.com. Continue reading

Love Them Apples: Head to Ottawa’s Orchards This Weekend

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Head to a local orchard this weekend to pick apples straight from the trees; you’ll make fresh-picked family memories and get fresh air and exercise too. Continue reading

Free To Learn

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Live and learn? That’s what’s happens for the kids in this family. For them, homeschooling is part of a lifestyle geared to simplicity and creativity. Continue reading

Time Travel at Upper Canada Village

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Upper Canada Village is the perfect spot for some time travel adventure. The bonus? There’s a zipline and aerial park to visit too! Continue reading

1st annual Pyjama-Rama to benefit Pyjama Patrol

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Pyjama-Rama is a fun-filled family pj party slated for Saturday, October 22 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Hazeldean Mall in Kanata. It’s for a great cause. Continue reading

Children’s book helps teach about diversity and inclusivity

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The Barefoot Book of Children takes us on a global trek to realize – despite our different clothes, homes and languages – we are more alike than different. Continue reading

New family drama at GCTC deals with Alzheimer’s

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A powerful family drama is on stage at GCTC (the Great Canadian Theatre Company) from September 20 to October 9.

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