Military kid seeks votes to perform SAR Tech tribute song on JunosFun-filled activities for Family Day WeekendCadet undergoing treatment for Leukaemia marches in NijmegenQuebec takes top spots to raise childrenSummer camp aims to give tools to military children living with a parent with an Occupational Stress Injury

Military kid seeks votes to perform SAR Tech tribute song on Junos

With the help of your votes, Country music artist, Jason Price’s heartfelt song, “That Others May Live,” could be performed at the 2019 Juno Awards. Price has entered his song, dedicated to the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) Search and Rescue Community (SAR), into CBC’s national songwriting competition Searchlight. Price saw it as the perfect opportunity to share...
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Fun-filled activities for Family Day Weekend

Hit the pause button on life in the fast lane and take a moment to enjoy some quality family time this Family Day. Started by the government of Alberta in the early 1990s, Family Day is a public holiday recognized in the Canadian provinces of Alberta, Ontario, Saskatchewan, British Columbia and New Brunswick. This will be...
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Cadet undergoing treatment for Leukaemia marches in Nijmegen

This summer, as more than 200 Canadian Armed Forces members made their way to the Netherlands for the internationally renowned Four Day Marches Nijmegen, their contingent included, for the first time, a cadet. Alex Wishart, from Portage la Prairie, AB, not only became the first Canadian-cadet ever to take part in the marches with a contingent...
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Quebec takes top spots to raise children

Affordability and safety are just some of the reasons why eight Quebec cities have nabbed the top spots on MoneySense’s Canada’s Best Places to Raise Kids 2017. Released earlier this month, MoneySense assessed Canadian cities by considering their safety, affordability, the percentage of the population under 15, and arts and recreational activities offered, as some of...
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