People love food. The general population loves to eat and share a meal with the people they care about most. Traditionally, you would do so in a restaurant or by getting takeout, but with new developments in digital communications, some businesses are finding the best way to serve great food is purely through delivery. You […]
From the time students enter middle school, they may be hearing about preparing for college from their family members, friends, and teachers. This is an effort to get them to build the best resume possible for acceptance into the school of their dreams, but they may be leaving out one hurdle: those dreaded college applications. […]
It never fails, when you’re a homeowner there’s always a home improvement project or repair that needs to be done. Whether it’s designing your small kitchen, fixing the toilet, protecting your electronics, or something major like needing new plumbing, there’s always something to do. However, planning multiple home improvement projects doesn’t always mean you have to […]
This fall, some elementary and high school students will continue with online learning due to COVID-19. When classrooms went online due to COVID-19, this marked not only a major transformation in kindergarten to Grade 12 education, but a shift in parents’ involvement in their children’s education. Schools communicated primarily online via email and social media […]
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The good news is Canadians are way better informed than we were six months ago on how to slow the spread of the coronavirus: practise physical distancing, wear a mask, avoid large crowds, wash your hands. The bad news we can all now see: Canada’s daily number of COVID-19 cases is on the rise again. […]
Well, I just dropped my son off for his first day of grade one, in care of a teacher whose name I only learned yesterday, and whose face I couldn’t really see since she was wearing a mask and shield. There are 17 kids in his class, which is very small but more than 15, […]
Created by It’s one of 2020’s great ironies: As families, we’re all spending more time together than ever – but, between juggling work, virtual learning and old-fashioned cabin fever, it’s probably not exactly what you’d call “quality time.” (But the way you chaired a conference call while explaining geometry and serving imaginary cake at a […]